|Phase||Ingredients for ~150 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||Cocamidopropyl betaine||30||45 gr|
|A||flat mineral water||47,9||71,9 gr|
|A||neroli water||20||30 gr|
|A||aloe vera powder||0,5||0,75 gr|
|A||lactic acid||0,5||0,75 gr|
|A||fragonia essential oil||0,5||25 drops|
|A||grapefruit seed extract||0,6||0,9 gr (30 drops)|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
The recipe can be prepared with Cocamidopropyl betaine in both liquid and powder versions.
If you are working with a liquid surfactant, follow the dosages and instructions given in the recipe.
If you are using a powdered surfactant, first prepare the required amount of solution following the instructions below:
Liquid Cocamidopropyl betaine can be easily obtained from Cocamidopropyl betaine powder by mixing one part powder + 2 parts flat /distilled water.
• to get 10 gr of liquid Cocamidopropyl betaine mix 3.3 gr of powder + 6.7 gr water
• to get 25 gr of liquid Cocamidopropyl betaine mix 8.3 gr of powder + 16.7 gr water
• to get 100 gr of liquid Cocamidopropyl betaine mix 33 gr of powder + 67 gr water
The preparation is a very simple process:
In a bowl, add the ingredients one by one in the order given by the recipe, mixing after each one. The resulting solution is transferred to the dedicated container. pH: 4.5-5
The result is a solution suitable for intimate hygiene, containing a mild surfactant that does not irritate the mucous membranes, and suitable ingredients for such applications. It smells nice. It can be used daily in the hygiene routine. Not recommended for internal washes.