Gentle Shampoo


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Stage 1: (above 70°C)
30% Sugar Detergent
1% Essential Oils of your choice

Stage 2: (room temperature)
64% Boiling Spring Water
1% Cellulose

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
3% EcoChic Conditioning Agent
1% Preservative Eco

Total 100%
Grape Seed Oil
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Method:
Stir the essential oils into the Stage 1. Stir the Stage 2 ingredients together until thickened, then add to the Stage 1 mixture. Cool down to below 40°C and stir in the Stage 3 (heat sensitive) ingredients thoroughly. Bottle and label.


4 Responses

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

May 05, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry.

If you type in the search bar ‘Rinse-off Cleansing Lotion’ you should be able to find the recipe.

Please see below response from our Research and Development team;

“You could try using Guar Gum as the thickening agent. The EcoChic is included as a conditioning agent but you could try Phytokeratin instead. Take a look at the website listings to see if the suggested alternatives work for you.”

Georgia
Georgia

May 05, 2020

Hi Thank you for you reply, Ive only just see it
The link you sent for the rinse off cleanser is not working, i did try putting rinse off cleanser in the search bar but it doesn’t come up either

I wondered if I could replace cellulose and Ecochic in the mild shampoo recipe under sugar detergent or for a body wash

Thank you

Georgia

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

April 22, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry, please see the below response
from our Research and Development Team;

“If you go to the recipes section of the website and look in the cleansers section, you will find recipes there. This one, for example;
https://www.aromantic.co.uk/blogs/recipes/rinse-off-cleansing-lotion
If you use the website to compare the functionality and suitability of Sugar and Beta T, you will see that you could easily substitute the Beta T for Sugar in the recipe.

As to your question for replacing cellulose and EcoChic, I’m sorry, but the question is far too vague to answer. For what purpose are you wanting to replace them? We have a range of different thickeners because they work in different ways. Some work better with detergents or surfactants. Some give different stability against acids. They all feel different to each other so it really depends on what you are making, what the other ingredients are and why you think those two products don’t fit what you need.

Happy to help if you can define the question and requirements more clearly for us:) "

Georgia Low Louchiey
Georgia Low Louchiey

April 22, 2020

Hi how can I make a facial cleanser using the sugar detergent ? also can i replace the cellulose and Ecochic agent with any thing else for either hair or face ?

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