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    Sulphate free shampoo with sodium lauroyl sarcosinate

    SHAMPOO FORMULATION with Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS:This is a Sulphate free shampoo with natural surfactants. It is a clear shampoo; you can add colour or use a fragrance with transparent colour for more clear (similar to water) shampoo.• Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate: Anionic surfactant which is mild and has good foaming properties.• Coco glucoside: Non-ionic surfactant which increases the mildness of the shampoo. Decyl glucoside can be used but the foam will differ.• Coco Betaine: Amphoteric surfactant which boosts foam and also helps in increasing viscosity.Conditioning ingredients:• Glycerine(optional) is a humectant which adds moisture to the hair.• Polyquat 7: It is a cationic conditioning agent which reduces frizz and…

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    Hair-repairing & Moisture-boosting HAIR BUTTER

    Hair Butter Formulation HEAT PHASE COOL DOWN PHASE Method1: Measure out your heated phase ingredients in a heat proof container.2: Using either a bain-marie or double boiler, gently melt your ingredients, stirring occasionally until completely liquid.Remove off the heat and allow to cool at room temperature until it is no longer warm, then transfer to the fridge (this can take up to 2 hours).When the butter is firm, use an electric whisk to whip the butter until it has increased in volume and has a light, airy consistency resembling whipped cream.3: Once the butter has been whipped, add your cool down ingredients4: Whisk again to ensure all the ingredients are…

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    Moisture-boosting, sealing & detangling Hair Cream formulation.

    Hair cream can be applied to both wet or dry hair and can be used before or after heat styling for added moisture. WATER PHASE OIL PHASE COOL DOWN METHOD1: Measure out your water phase ingredients in a glass beaker 2: Measure out oil phase ingredients in a glass beaker.3: Gently melt both phases in separate over low heat using a bain-marie or double boiler, stirring occasionally.4: When both phases are completely liquid, pour the oil phase into the water phase. 5: Immediately blend with an immersion blender until the mixture forms a homogenous consistency. 6: As the emulsion cools it will continue to thicken and resemble a cream.7: Once…

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    Natural Shampoo

    How to Make Your Own Natural Shampoo The time has come to gather your ingredients and craft your own nutrient-rich all-natural shampoo right in your own home. This is a simple recipe that only requires a few important ingredients, which are listed below: Ingredients you will need include: Phase A:  xanthan gum (5g),  glycerin (10g), distilled water or hydrosol (80g), Geogard (2g), dl-panthenol (5g),  Phase B: coco glucoside (50g), coco betaine (40g), grapeseed oil (2g),  Phase C: patchouli essential oil (2g), Rosemary Essential oil (1g), Citric Acid solution ( Make up a solution with ¼ teaspoon citric acid in ⅕ c distilled water. Stir it until fully dissolved and then use as necessary) and pH strips Phase A: Start by mixing…

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    Flaxseed Gel for Curly Hair & dry hair

    For those with naturally curly hair, you’ll want to have a flaxseed gel in your hair care arsenal. Why? Because it offers the perfect balance of moisture and definition. #flaxseeds are rich in vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, which can nourish dry, damaged hair. How to make your own DIY gel at home.  1½ cups purified or distilled water 3 to 4 Tbsp. flaxseeds (depending on how strong of a hold you’re looking for; the more flaxseeds, the stronger the hold) Fine-mesh strainer, cheesecloth, or pantyhose (work with what you got) Measuring cup A jar with a lid Essential oils (optional) ¼ to ½ cup Aleo vera (optional) Place the…

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    Beeswax Pomade

    Hair pomade is a waxy substance used for hair styling purposes. … Hair pomade provides more shine but less hold, giving the flexibility to reshape throughout the day. Pomade doesn’t dry out and won’t harden on your head, pomade holds your style in place, but your hair remains supple. Beeswax locks in moisture, smooths down fly-aways, promotes easier styling, and encourages the growth of new hair. Without leaving a greasy residue, it maintains a firm hold on hairstyles but is easy to wash out. To make conditioning, softening, shine-enhancing pomade, begin by melting 2 Tbsp. Beeswax pastilles in a double boiler. Once they have liquified, stir in 3 Tbsp. of a preferred Carrier Oil until it is thoroughly incorporated into the wax. Remove the double…