|Phase||Ingredients for ~250 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||Lauryl glucoside||30||75 gr|
|A||Decyl glucoside||15||37,5 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||17,58||44 gr|
|B||rosemary water||30||75 gr|
|B||chlorophyll powder (optional)||0,02||the size of a peppercorn|
|C||BHA natural salicylic acid||2,5||6,3 gr|
|C||laurel essential oil||0,3||25 drops|
|C||geranium essential oil||0,3||25 drops|
|C||lactic acid||1,7||4,3 gr|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
In a glass (heat-resistant) mix well the phase A surfactants. If the Lauryl glucoside is whitish, the composition must be heated in a water bath until it becomes completely translucent and clear, and then left to cool.
In another glass, mix the ingredients of phase B.
The phase B solution is gradually transferred over phase A and mixed slowly, thoroughly.
Then add the phase C ingredients one at a time, mixing well after each.
The shampoo thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated bottle. pH: ~ 5,5
The result is a shampoo formulated with ingredients that help improve the condition of the scalp affected by dandruff and inflammatory processes. Contains purifying, anti-inflammatory, exfoliating and balancing active substances. It is generally suitable for any hair type. Dry, damaged or brittle hair requires a conditioner after shampooing.