|Phase||Ingredients for ~250 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||Sodium coco-sulfate||15||37,5 gr|
|A||Cocamidopropyl betaine, powder||2,5||6,3 gr|
|A||flat mineral water||70||175 gr|
|B||castor oil||3||7,5 gr|
|B||silk protein||1||2,5 gr|
|B||lime essential oil||0,7||1,8 gr|
|B||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Fruit de juin||0,5||1,3 gr|
|B||lactic acid||0,7||1,8 gr|
|B||fine salt||1||2,5 gr|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
The ingredients of phase A are added to a heat-resistant glass, one by one. Be careful when handling the surfactants, avoid inhalation! The glass is placed in a water bath, heating the contents until the surfactants melt. Mix often to avoid clumping of the surfactants. Remove the beaker from the water bath and place it in a bowl with cold water, stirring regularly, until it cools to body temperature. If small lumps of surfactants are still visible, try to disperse them by crushing them on the wall of the glass with a teaspoon; the remaining small lumps will dissolve by the next day.
Phase B ingredients are added one by one, thoroughly mixing after each. Mix slowly, avoiding excessive foaming. The shampoo thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated container.
The result is a consistent, well foaming shampoo with a pleasant fresh scent. It is suitable for normal or slightly dry hair. For dry, damaged hair, it is also recommended to use a conditioner.
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