Advice for lysolecithin using cold process, please

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Advice for lysolecithin using cold process, please

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Good afternoon. (I'll do my best to translate this into German. :sunny: ) I would like to make a very light day cream with 8% oil and 2% lysolecithin, cold or warm process (<45 degrees C). Do you all recommend the SkinChakra method? Or is there a better technique? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tHYkJnB0f4 Thank you.

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Re: Advice for lysolecithin using cold process, please

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Perhaps you will find some inspiration in this article from 2008. We have worked with information based on studies of Prof. Kleinsorgen.
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Danke, Heike.

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Re: Advice for lysolecithin using cold process, please

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Heike hat geschrieben:
5. November 2021, 18:03
Perhaps you will find some inspiration in this article from 2008. We have worked with information based on studies of Prof. Kleinsorgen.
I`ve tried this method and it's really simple. Form me it felt less time consuming compared to Lanolin-based W/O emulsions.
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