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rain

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Moisturizing Shampoo Bar

for dry to normal hair

Oils
(by weight)

* Castor - 6oz.
* Coconut, 76 degree - 15 oz.
* Hazelnut - 10 oz.
* ojoba, 6 oz.
* Palm, 3 oz.


NaOH = 5.4 oz. BY WEIGHT

Total Liquids = 15 FLUID oz.

YIELD: APPROX. 3 LBS. CURED & DRIED.

HINT: Use 1% Silk Protein at trace for extra conditioning and shine! Click here for instructions on making cold process soap safely at home.
 

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Jinxaire said:
Thank you! Do you have suggestions for a conditioning bar?
I've actually been wondering that too. If you come accross a recipe post it here please. :)
 

dantango

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I've made a shampoo bar that I like, but want to know more about 'shampoo bars.' I'm particularly interested in producing a bar that leaves as little residue as possible.

This may mean NOT making a 'conditioning' or 'moisturizing' bar.

What, basically, IS the difference between 'soap' and 'shampoo?'

What recipe's would you suggest for a basic soap or shampoo that is mild, but very cleansing, leaving little or no oils on the hair or skin?
 
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