Hair Care Products- Shampoos and Conditioners: in this 194 page e-book Susan Barclay Nichols (Swift of Piont of Interest) includes more recipes for shampoo and conditioners than we could count, and everything you need to know about making and tweaking your own hair care recipes including the chemistry of our hair, how shampoo and conditioner works, and ingredient profiles, including sections on proteins, humectants, silicones and silicone replacements, thickeners, cationic quaternary compounds, and surfactants. Learn to make daily use, conditioning, or clarifying shampoos; leave in, intense, light, liquid, or solid conditioners; and styling products like anti-frizz sprays. Learn how to modify these products for your hair type and tweak the recipes to suit the ingredients you can find locally.
Proceeds for this E-book go to a number of youth charity programs collectively known as Rated T for Teen
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Reply from Bramble BerryHi Natasha! I'm sorry this book wasn't your favorite. We appreciate your feedback, and I'll be contacting you personally to find out what you would have liked to have seen in this book. You may also like this Argan Oil Shampoo, which uses ingredients like argan oil and carrot extract.
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Hi Tina! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. I’m sorry to hear you were not satisfied with the recipes in this E-Book. I will be contacting you personally to get more information about what would information would have made this book more valuable to you.
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