|Phase||Ingredients for ~250 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||Lauryl glucoside||30||75 gr|
|A||Decyl glucoside||5||12.5 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||41.2||103 gr|
|B||aloe vera gel||20||50 gr|
|C||lactic acid||0.8||2 gr|
|C||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Mandelíne||0.4||33 drops|
|C||grapefruit seed extract||0.6||50 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Add the ingredients of phase A to a glass and mix slowly, thoroughly. If the Lauryl glucoside is whitish and viscous, it must first be fluidized in a hot water bath until it becomes completely translucent.
In another beaker, add the phase B ingredients, one at a time, and mix.
The solution of phase B is added progressively (in 4-5 portions) over phase A, mixing slowly and thoroughly after each addition. Avoid excessive foaming.
At the end, add the rest of the ingredients from phase C, one at a time, mixing after each one. The resulting shampoo is transferred to the dedicated bottle. It will clarify the next day. pH: ~6
The result is a gentle, delicate and pleasantly scented shampoo, which is suitable for children, but which can be used by the whole family. The surfactants used are very well tolerated by the skin, and the aloe vera gel together with panthenol provide a number of benefits to the hair and scalp. The fragrance oil is an exclusively natural one, developed especially for babies, children, people with sensitive skin and does not contain any allergens; we included it in a small percentage, the scent is not intense.
Shampoo your hair as usual, massage your scalp a little, and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. For young children, we suggest diluting the portion of shampoo in the palm of your hand with a portion of water, the shampoo being quite concentrated; shampooing twice in a row is not recommended.
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