|Phase||Ingredients||%||Quantity for a 130 gr mold|
|A||Sodium cocoyl isethionate||50||65 gr|
|A||Sodium coco-sulfate||20||26 gr|
|A||flat water||10||13 gr|
|B||black cumin seed oil||8||10,4 gr|
|B||nettle powder||5||6,5 gr|
|B||clary sage essential oil||1,3||55 drops|
|B||rosemary essential oil||0,7||30 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
If you have a mortar on hand, crush the Sodium coco-sulfate beforehand to make it as smooth and homogeneous as possible.
Add the surfactants and the water to a Berzelius beaker or another heat-resistant container (be careful not to inhale the surfactants!). Place the glass in a water bath, mix slowly, thoroughly, until a homogeneous paste is formed.
Remove from the water bath and add the rest of the ingredients one by one - phase B - mixing after each.
The composition thus prepared is transferred as quickly as possible to the prepared mold, before solidification begins.
Leave to cool and harden on a flat surface for at least 4 hours. Remove from the mold and place on a napkin or small grill. After 48 hours it can be used.
The result is a good foaming shampoo, with a pleasant smell, enriched with ingredients that contribute to the healing of the scalp. Washes well without being stripping and has an extra conditioning effect given by keratin. It is suitable for any type of hair, especially for greasy hair, hair affected by dandruff or a scalp with problems.
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