|Phase||Ingredients for ~ 250 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||avocado oil||20||42 gr|
|A||emulsifier Varisoft||6||12,6 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||31,4||66 gr|
|B||Lauryl glucoside||30||63 gr|
|C||Cocamidopropyl betaine, powder||5||10,5 gr|
|C||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Fruit de Juin||1||2,1 gr (~70 drops)|
|C||lactic acid||1||2,1 gr|
|C||cosgard preservative||0,6||1,3 gr (42 drops)|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
The ingredients of phases A and B are put in two separate Berzelius beakers (for phase A a large glass of at least 250 ml must be used).
Place the glasses in a water bath and heat until both reach a temperature of 70°C, stirring occasionally.
Add phase B over phase A, slowly but in a single motion, meanwhile the mixer should already work in the composition of phase A. Mix for 3 minutes. Avoid excessive aeration and foaming during mixing. If the mixer no longer copes, switch to manual homogenization.
To accelerate the cooling process, place the composition over a bowl of cold water and continue to stir manually for 3 more minutes.
To the composition cooled to body temperature, add the Cocamidopropyl betaine powder, mix slowly and leave to rest for a few minutes. Add the rest of the ingredients from phase C, one at a time, mixing after each one. The shampoo thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated container. pH: 5,5-6
The result is a creamy, “low poo” shampoo, formulated with a fairly high percentage of vegetable oil and a conditioning agent with the function of emulsifier and conditioner. It is suitable for dry or rough hair and dry or normal scalp. Foams moderately and is not stripping.
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