Creating rinse-off conditioners with silicone substitutes: Altering the formula to include dimethicone substitutes (part five) 

Welcome back to this multi-part series on creating rinse-off hair conditioners with silicone substitutes. In part one, we took a look at how we might create a basic formula, choosing ingredients and preservatives. In part two, we analyzed the formula to see what each ingredient brings to the conditioner party, then took a look at…

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