2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-82502013000200011
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Abstract: Rising global demand for natural products whose production is harmless to the environment has stimulated the development of natural cosmetics and, within this category, organics (95% organic raw materials). The image of environmentally friendly production is one of the strongest attractions of organic products. Lip balm is a cosmetic product similar to lipstick whose purpose is to prevent lip dryness and protect against adverse environmental factors. The product's characteristics are: resistance to temperature… Show more

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“…The difference between the melting point peak of ozokerite and alkenones may be viewed as not significant, as it is less than 1 • C, but the change in product hardness is noticeable. When looking at product hardness, not only the waxes but the interaction among all ingredients should be taken into account, as an interaction may modify product softness [35]. At elevated temperature, all lip balms were softer starting at Week 1.…”
Section: Lipstick and Lip Balm Stabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The difference between the melting point peak of ozokerite and alkenones may be viewed as not significant, as it is less than 1 • C, but the change in product hardness is noticeable. When looking at product hardness, not only the waxes but the interaction among all ingredients should be taken into account, as an interaction may modify product softness [35]. At elevated temperature, all lip balms were softer starting at Week 1.…”
Section: Lipstick and Lip Balm Stabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As this cosmetic form undergoes softening and deformation at temperatures over 50 °C, the chosen oven temperature was the highest in the stability study. The samples were stored in duplicate . The given characteristics were assessed on days 3, 7, 15, 30, 60 and 90.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Temperature variation test was carried out to evaluate stability of emulsion according to Fernandes 18 with some modifications. The emulsions were stored at 4 in a fridge , 27 at room temperature and 40 in an oven for 35 days after stabilization.…”
Section: Temperature Variation Testingmentioning
confidence: 99%