OK, so I’ve read every post and thread in here about how to make your own homebrews, but I still have a couple of questions. A couple of things are not too clear when reading the threads, for instance:
· What specifically are the oil-soluble ingredients?
· What specifically are the water-soluble ingredients?
· Specifically, these:
A couple of different methods are listed for mixing the ingredients. Which one is preferred?
· Mixing the carbomer/methycelluose with the water-based ingredients?
· Mixing the emulsifiers with the oil ingredients?
· Mixing the carbomer/methycelluose with the oil ingredients?
· Do you mix all the water ingredients at once?
· Do you mix all the oil ingredients at once?
· Which is preferred: methycelluose or carbomer?
Any help would greatly be appreciated, as I wish to “waste” as little ingredients as possible.
I does kind of depend if you would like to make a spray or a gel. The spray is easier to make. All you do is dump in ther liquids and voila... Here is the order I put them in and have no problems.. ISO,IPP,IPM,OA,PG,DMSO... BUT if you want to gel it then talk to Chemo. I never deal with the cabomer or anything. I like the spray.. Another good thing about the spray is that you can meter out ANY dose you want very accurately which I find very usefull. But to each his own.. TTY