Our Clear Conditioning Shampoo contains Cocamidopropyl Betaine which is derived from Coconut Oil. This same ingredient helps prevents static (fly away
Country Of Origin: United States
Shampoo. This is a ready to use base. It can be used “as is” or it can have color and fragrance incorporated prior to packaging.
Points of Interest:
Our Clear Conditioning Shampoo contains Cocamidopropyl Betaine which is derived from Coconut Oil. This same ingredient helps prevents static (fly away hair) making it perfect for hair products. Paraben Free.
Color: Clear, Transparent
Maximum Fragrance: 2% (Follow IFRA Guidelines)
Maximum Heating Temperature: 120º F
Note: Click on “Read More” for important information about “Maximum Heating Temperatures” and “Maximum Fragrance Levels”.
Recommended Crafter's Choice Color Additives:
Liquid Dye, Bismuth Oxychloride, Pearlizer & Foam Booster
Clear Viscous Liquid
Accepts Most Water Soluble Additives
Country of Origin:
Room temperature. Air tight container.
Best Used By:
One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing:
One year from manufacturing date.
Maximum Temp Note: If a base is heated over “Maximum Heating Temperature” for greater than 5 minutes the current preservative system can be rendered inactive and additional preservative is required to prevent the growth of mold, bacteria and fungus. If more than 5% additives are incorporated into the base, the current preservative system will be diluted and additional preservative will be required.
Maximum Fragrance Note: Some fragrance and essential oils may thin, thicken and/or cloud this base. You will want to conduct performance testing to ensure your final product performs as you desire.
We do not recommend adding vegetable or fruit oils/ butters as they will significantly decrease your lather. Aggressive stirring will cause bubbles. Upon use, if your bubbles must be clear. Colored bubbles are an indication of too much color. Each fragrance reacts differently in the base.
|California Prop 65 Statement: ||This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.|