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Super Conditioner for Damaged Hair



Published May 1, 2005
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Phase A
Deionized water
82.91
Tetrasodium EDTA
0.10
Glycerin 96%
2.50
Guar hydroxypropyl trimonium chloride
0.50

Phase B
Suga Quat S-1210
3.50
Glyceryl stearate
0.50
Behenyl alcohol
2.00
Stearalkonium chloride
1.50
Siltech F-1000
1.00
Siltech FVC
5.00

Phase C
Kathon CG
0.05

Phase D
Carrubba frag. D1083
0.30

Phase E
Citric acid (25% solution)
0.14

Procedure
Combine phase A and heat to 75°C. Heat phase B to 75°C. Slowly add phase B to phase A with agitation. Add phase C. Cool to 30°C and add remaining phases.

More Information
Viscosity Target: 1,000-7,000 cps. Typical Properties—Lab Control: adjust pH to 4.5-5.5 as needed; pH: 5.18; Viscosity: 1,200 cps- RVT #2@20 RPM.

More Information
Colonial Chemical, Inc., 225 Colonial Drive, South Pittsburgh, TN 37380
Tel: (423) 837-8800; Fax: (423) 837-3888; Website: www.colonialchem.com


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