review of shampoo hair formula
So I have couple of problems.
I have created a shampoo for all recipe as described below:
30g cocobetaine (asm 30%)
3,5g SCI (asm 84%)
2g decyl glucoside (asm 50%)
2g keratin proteins
to 60g distilled water.
The first major problem is the dilution of SCI. At first I tried dilution in water. Never worked. Then I put the mixture of 30g coco and 35g SCI in boiling water bath and blend with a coffee mixer and it started to dilute. However, I had to change that coffee mixer to a high intensity blender, which helped the situation but it created a massive foam. HELPPP
Do I leave the mixture in water bath and SCI will dissolve in cocobetaine as time passes or do I need to use all these kinds f blending ways?
Do you think is best to use another anionic surfactant and get it over with?
My current available options are Texapon SLES and SLSA.
The second issue is regarding the liquidygel-like effect that I want to create.
Do you think that the addition of proteins and polyquat at that amount, will make a difference or should I use a different approach?
The mix of surfactant blend gives me a 13% ASM in total of the final product so I thought this is good for all hair types..
generally, what do you think of my recipe.
p.s. I try not to use a lot of ingredients.
Thank you all for taking the time to read it!
Hope I find my answers here!!!
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