Potential duplication for Puritan’s Pride Hair Thickener & Conditioner (part two)

Yesterday, we reviewed the ingredient list for this product, Puritan’s Pride Panthenol Hair Thickener and Conditioner. Today, let’s think about which ingredients we can use for a potential formula. Where’s the 1% or lower point in this ingredient list? Let’s review the ingredient list… Water, Cetrimonium Chloride, Mineral Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol and Ceteareth-20, Lanolin,...

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Hey $10 subscribers! The new e-zine is here! My favourite class formulas

You asked, I’m sharing! Here are some of my favourite formulas from my classes! Some are fairly straightforward and great for beginners; others are more complicated and suitable for those who want to take their formulating to the next level. We use all kinds of butters, oils, silicone substitutes, emulsifiers, surfactants, and more. I’ve even...

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Potential duplication for Puritan’s Pride Hair Thickener & Conditioner (part one)

In the October 2018 duplicating post, Lisa asked about Puritan’s Pride Panthenol Hair Thickener and Conditioner. Let’s take a look at this to see what it’s all about! Add New Body to Lifeless Hair! Pamper your hair with Puritan’s Pride Hair Thickener & Conditioner. After continuous use, your hair will have more body, feel stronger, and look...

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Where’s the emulsifier in the duplication of Evan Healy Blue Lavender Cleansing Milk? 

A few people in this post – Potential duplication of Evan Healy Blue Lavender Cleansing Milk (part four, the formula) – wanted to know what was the emulsifier. In the original formula, we find two anionic emulsifiers in the form of sodium lauroyl lactylate and sodium stearoyl lactylate. Copied from part one of this duplication… Sodium...

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