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Fenners Complete Formulary

Fenners Complete Formulary

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Working formulas: official and unofficial preparations generally used or requiered in the practice of pharmacy and the business of chemist, manufacturing pharmacist, manufacturer of propietary medicine, physician, perfumer etc
Working formulas: official and unofficial preparations generally used or requiered in the practice of pharmacy and the business of chemist, manufacturing pharmacist, manufacturer of propietary medicine, physician, perfumer etc

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PART V.TOILET PREPARATIONS
AND PERFUMES.
The formulae for preparations which are used for the Toilet andPerfumes would of themselves fill a large volume. In this work,therefore, a few only of those most important and most likely to be usedby druggists and pharmacists can be given, and our readers arereferred to the more elaborate works on this subject for furtherinformation if desired.
BANDOLINE.
Bandoline is intended to be used as a fixer for the hair and for othersimilar uses. Several different kinds may be made, as shown in thefollowing formulas.
4175. Rose Bandoline
.—Best Flake Tragacanth 1 ounce av., RoseWater 13 fl.ounces, Cologne Spirit 3 fl.ounces. Mix the Rose Water andCologne Spirit and macerate the Tragacanth in the mixture for severaldays, stirring frequently, then squeeze through a coarse muslinstrainer, let stand two or three days and again squeeze through muslin.This makes a white translucent preparation; if desired it may be coloredpink or red with solution of carmine.
4176. Quince Bandoline
.— Quince seed coarsely powdered or bruised
1
 / 
2
ounce. Orange Flower Water 13 fl.ounces, Cologne Spirit 3 fl.ounces.Make in the same manner as the preceding. In either of these formulas.Distilled Water may be used instead of Rose or Orange Flower Waterand 1 ounce of any kind of bulk perfume added in place of 1 ounce of the Cologne Spirit directed. By using hot Water the operation may begreatly hastened.
Fenner’s Complete Formulary - Part V - Toilet Preparations and Perfumes - Page 1The Southwest School of Botanical Medicinehttp://www.swsbm.com
 
4177. Bandoline Powder
.—The best Bandoline Powder is preparedfrom Quince Seeds, although it is not so light colored, and does not yieldso much liquid as that prepared from Tragacanth.The following formulas may be used: Quince seed, in fine powder, 4ounces, Bulk Perfume (Upper Ten or other) 2 fl.drachms. Mix them welltogether. This is put up in packages of about 1 drachm, which willmake 3 or 4 ounces of Bandoline when added to Water.Tragacanth, in fine powder, 4 ounces. Acacia, in fine powder, 1 ounce,Bulk Perfumes 2 fl.drachms. Mix and use as the foregoing.Powdered perfumed soap also makes a good Bandoline Powder, a fewgrains only should be mixed with a few drops of Water when wanted foruse.
COSMETICS FOR THE COMPLEXION.
In a general sense the term Cosmetic may be applied to preparationswhich are used to soften, cleanse, purify or beautify the complexion,hair, teeth, etc., but in this connection, the preparations only which areapplied to "beautifying" the complexion will be noted. The preparationscontaining insoluble substances are best made by grinding themthrough a paint mill, but very good preparations may be made byrubbing them fine in a mortar as directed in the formulae.
Liquid Cosmetics.
These are mostly preparations containing some insoluble ingredientswhich are intended to beautify the complexion, making the skin whiteor of a flesh tint, and covering tan, freckles, etc.
4178. Oriental Cream
.—Calomel 2 ounces av., Sub-Nitrate of Bismuth1 ounce av., Carbonate of Barium, or Oxide of Zinc,1i ounce av.. Watera sufficient quantity. Rub the powders in a mortar with successiveportions of Water, allowing the precipitate to settle, and pouring off theWater several times to wash out the impurities and make a smoothpreparation; finally, pour the precipitate into a pint bottle and addenough distilled or filtered rain water to make a pint. This preparation is
Fenner’s Complete Formulary - Part V - Toilet Preparations and Perfumes - Page 2The Southwest School of Botanical Medicinehttp://www.swsbm.com

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