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DIY: Honey Hair Conditioner


Today we’re going to be doing something for dry and brittle hair using a natural ingredient that we LOVE so much! Its amazing in food and guess what, it is brilliant for your hair and even skin. We are making a Hydrating Honey Hair Conditioner! 

The reason we use honey is that its a natural moisture absorbing and retaining component. This conditioner is perfect for use after a clay mask or even regular shampooing to ensure your scalp and hair are healthy. Honey also has another important benefit, which is that its antibacterial and helps with scalp health. 

We put this together simple conditioner with some Lilac Fragrance Oil and Sparkle Gold mica and voila, you’re done! Do try it out and let us know if it works for you as well :)

P/S: although the cream base contains preservatives; honey can go bad when 'touches' water = when you scoop it out of jar. Therefore its advisable to discard this within 2 months of use or keep it in fridge for 4 months shelf life.


Duration:

Preparation Time : 5 minutes
Total Time : 20 minutes 

Ingredients: (makes 200g Hair Conditioner)

  1. 200g SoapLab’s Shea Olive Cream Base 
  2. 2g Polyquat
  3. 1g Honey 
  4. 1.5g Lilac Fragrance Oil 
  5. 1g Sparkle Gold Mica 
  6. 6g Glycerin 
  7. 10 sprays of Rubbing Alcohol
  8. 200g storage jar 

How to Make 

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Visual Guide 

  1. In a mixing container, put in 200g SoapLab’s Shea Olive Cream Base. Add in 2g of Polyquat that has been diluted with 4g of glycerin to the container.

  2. Using a pipette, add in 1.5g of Lilac Fragrance Oil into the mixing container. 

  3. Next, add in 1g Sparkle Gold Mica that has been diluted with 2g of glycerin and has been premixed beforehand. 

  4. Add in 2g of Honey. Again, do use a pipette if you feel the need to.   

  5. Using a normal baking spatula, mix cream, mica and oil all together until colour looks equally dispersed throughout. 

  6. Get your disposable piping bag and transfer all of the hair conditioner into it. This will make an easy transfer from mixing container to storage jar.  

  7. Spray storage jar with Rubbing Alcohol in order to provide a sterile environment for your hair conditioner.

  8. Fill hair conditioner until it reaches the brim of the jar. Do not overfill as it will spill and overflow when you screw your cap on. 

  9. Screw on the cap and this hair conditioner is ready for you (: 


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Caution!

  1. Always test the product on your skin for allergic test first. Click here to find out how to do so
  2. If you are selling this product, advice your consumers to do allergic test first
  3. Make sure all your utensils and work surface is clean and sterilise as dirty area and utensils can reduce shelf life of scrub
  4. Do not add in any Fresh ingredients that can spoil easily as this will reduce the shelf life of product unless specified in recipe. Click here to find out more
  5. If applying on face, avoid citrus based or sandalwood essential oil as Malaysian weather will cause your skin to be easily sun burnt. Wear sun protection if add these Essential oils.
  6. If you have any questions; please don't hesitate to contact us here via FB messenger or via WhatsApp at 0126643817
  7. If you would like to join our Skincare & Soap Making Class Click here
  8. If you would like to have these readymade (PRIVATE LABEL/OEM) for you, email sales@soaplabmalaysia.com For Free Quotation.


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