If you are interested in the cosmetic raw materials gold, silver and platinum, you will want to know the mixing ratio in which the raw materials are used. From experience, we recommend using about 10 – 100 grams of our cosmetic raw materials per 1000 liters of product for a visually appealing effect.
But how much is 10 – 100 grams? And how will the final product look like?
With flakes and powders made of gold, silver or platinum, you can add a visual value to your skin care products that will draw the customer’s attention directly to your skin care line. To give you a better idea of how flakes and powders can look in for example a serum, we have prepared various mixing ratios for you:
Gold Flake No. 5 in a serum
In the vessels you can see from left to right how 10 g, 50 g and 100 g of our Gold Flake No. 5 per 1000 liters of serum visually differ.
(For the samples we used the gold composition gold 985. An overview of all available compositions can be found here.)
Gold Powder No. 7 in a serum
In the vessels you can see from left to right how 10 g, 50 g and 100 g of our Gold Powder No. 7 per 1000 liters of serum visually differ.
Gold Powder No. 14 Extra Fine in a serum
In the vessels you can see from left to right how 10 g, 50 g and 100 g of our Gold Powder No. 14 per 1000 liters of serum visually differ.
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You’ll be thrilled to see how easy it is to add visual value to skin care products with cosmetic gold, silver and platinum, and how suddenly a lot more customers will be interested in your products.
As you can see in the video, all GoldCosmetica flakes and powders can easily be mixed into your cream or serum using a blunt mixing tool.
With most gel-like formulations, the gold remains in suspension even without stirring. In liquid formulations, on the other hand, the gold sinks to the bottom as soon as you stop stirring.
To guarantee an even distribution of the cosmetic raw materials gold, silver and platinum in the final product, we recommend keeping the product in constant motion during the filling process.
A slow stirring motion prevents flakes and powder from settling to the bottom and ensures even distribution among the vessels.