|Phase||Ingredients for ~250 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||Lauryl glucoside||30||75 gr|
|A||Decyl glucoside||10||25 gr|
|B||rosemary water||40||100 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||9,9||24,8 gr|
|B||lactic acid||2,5||6,3 gr|
|B||emulsifier Condisoft||4||10 gr|
|C||bergamot essential oil||1||2,5 gr|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
In a heat-resistant glass, mix the phase A surfactants slowly, thoroughly. If the Lauryl glucoside is viscous and whitish, the phase must be heated so that the contents are fluid and translucent.
Phase B is prepared in another heat-resistant beaker: mix the water with the lactic acid, add the conditioning emulsifier. Place the glass in a water bath and heat until the emulsifier is completely melted, stirring in the meantime. Remove the beaker from the water bath and allow the solution to cool to body temperature.
Combine the two phases: over the phase A surfactants, gradually add the phase B solution. Mix slowly and well.
Phase C ingredients are added, stirring after each addition.
The shampoo thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated bottle and will be clear the next day. pH: 5,5 - 6
The shampoo cleanses the scalp well, without being excessively stripping. Contains ingredients with conditioning and purifying effect, while balancing sebum secretion. It is suitable for greasy scalp and normal or dry hair. It has a pleasant, invigorating scent, it can be used by women and men alike.