How can we adapt our formulas to be more natural? Share your thoughts!

Originally posted to Patreon on Dec 2, 2017 at 4:59am In this series so far we started by taking a look at a few different ways we could define the word “natural”. then we looked at some gelling agents that might be considered more natural than our carbomers., and we concluded the other day by taking...

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How can we adapt our formulas to be more natural? Creating an ECOcert emulsifier using the HLB system

Originally posted to Patreon on Dec 4, 2017 at 5:21am Yesterday, we took a look at some of the all-in-one ECOcert emulsifierswe can use in the potential duplication for the Josie Maran Whipped Body Butter, but we could make our own emulsification system using the HLB system as we did in part two of that duplication.In general,...

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How can we adapt our formulas to be more natural? Emulsifiers

(originally posted on Patreon on Dec 1, 2017 at 5:00am) In this series so far, we’ve tried to define what “natural” or green might be, and we took a look at some replacements for gelling agents. Let’s take a look today at some emulsifiers we could use in place of Simulsol 165 or Polawax. Before I...

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Subscriber exclusive: Duplicating the Deva Curl No-Poo Decadence Zero Lather Ultra Moisturizing Milk Cleanser (part three)

Thanks for joining me for part three of this duplication. Please check out parts one  and part two  to see how we arrived at this theoretical recipe!To complete the recipe, we need to figure out how much water we need. As every recipe should equal 100%, we add up all the ingredients, then subtract from...

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