16
Jun
2015

Homemade Shampoo with Conditioner

Making your own homemade shampoo with conditioner is not hard at all. All you need to have are right combinations of ingredients. You can just buy a ready made shampoo anywhere but it’s more fun to use the one that you have made. Shampoo is very important since consumers need it everyday for their personal hygiene. And not only that, shampoo has a huge income potential that you can sell it to spas,hotels or resorts.

There are many types of shampoo for different purposes: herbal, anti-dandruff, for kids, for pets, or for falling hair. But for this project, we will make shampoo with conditioner. This kind of shampoo has made a big impact in the market because of its 2-in-1 approach.

You can start your own homemade shampoo by following the steps below.

Materials (makes 1 liter):

130 grams surfactant
793 grams de-ionized water
1 grams FD&C dye as colorant
4 grams stabilizer
5 grams PQ-7 as conditioner
1 grams M-50 as preservative
40 grams CDA as foam booster
8 grams PK771 as pearlizer,
1 grams TDTA as chelating agent
13 grams SHQ-60 as moisturizer
4 grams fragrance
5 grams industrial salt

Steps in Making your own Shampoo with Conditioner

Step 1. Gather the materials needed to make shampoo with conditioner.



Step 2. Prepare clean plastic basins, plastic containers, the weighing scale, and a small beaker.

Step 3. Then weigh all the dry and liquid raw materials.

Step 4. You must first dissolve the surfactant in 700 g of de-ionized water using a plastic container or basin and ladle.

Step 5. Stir the water continuously in one direction for about 30 minutes until all the surfactant is dissolved. Make sure that there is no residue left in the container. Set aside.

Step 6. Put de-ionized water in two separate plastic containers Dissolve the chelating agent and industrial salt in two separate plastic bowls with de-ionized water. Stir and then set aside.

Step 7. Get the dissolved surfactant solution and add the other raw materials in the specified order. Make sure that each chemical is completely dissolved before adding the next one.

Step 8. First add the foam booster. Stir until dissolved and then add the preservative.

Step 9. Follow this with the conditioner, moisturizer, chelating agent, pearlizer, fragrance, colorant, and finally the industrial salt solution.

Step 10. Wait for the bubbles to subside. You may cover the solution with cloth. Then use a beaker to pour the shampoo in individual bottles.

Source: entrepreneur.com.ph

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