Aloe Vera Gel
Posted in the Pharmacology Forum
San Salvador, El Salvador
#1 Nov 14, 2011
Hi, I'm planning to have fun with a little experiment, I will attempt to make natural aloe vera gel.
I will use natural aloe vera which I'll process in the blender, then I will add natural antioxidants.
I only have one doubt and maybe more doubts will pop up in the process, that is why I'm opening this discussion, to get some guidance.
my current doubt is...
how can I make the gel thick?
I read something about Carbomer 940 which is a water soluble polymer used to "produce wide range of viscosities and flow properties."
how would i go about using carboner 940 or which other approaches can I try?
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