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First Defense CoQ Conditioner

10/18/12

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First Defense CoQ Conditioner Thinner Version for Pump Bottles

In this formula, we utilized our Organicals First Defense complex for botanical antioxidant protection. Hair and hair color can sustain damage due to environmental stresses such as sun, etc. The combination of this fabulous botanical cocktail and CoEnzyme Q10 offer solid protection for freshly colored hair. Studies show that 80% of the population has colored hair, making this an excellent choice for retailers.

DL Panthenol strangthens strands, while a combination of BTMS Emulsifying Conditioner and Cetearyl Alcohol offer excellent emolliency and cationic conditioning. Our favorite combination of natural antioxidant oils adds natural appeal and outstanding performance to this product, softening dry processed tresses.

Hydrolyzed Soy Protein replenishes lost lipids, softens hair for greater manageability, and binds moisture. Basic instructions and advanced ingredients give this formula a skill level of Experienced.

 


Ingredients:

Phase A  
80.44% Distilled Water or Purified Water
2% DL Panthenol
2% Organicals First Defense
2% Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate Preservative
1% Liposome CoEnzyme Q10
 
Phase B
2.27% BTMS Emulsifying Conditioner
2.27% Cetearyl Alcohol 30/70
2% Cyclomethicone
1% Wheat Germ Oil
1% Rice Bran Oil
1.02% Meadowfoam Seed Oil
 
Phase C
2% Hydrolyzed Soy Protein
1% Essential Oil Fragrance



Directions:

1. Combine A with mixing and heat to 170F.
2. Combine B with mixing and heat to 170F.
3. Add B to A with high shear mixing.

4. Continue mixing occasionally until cooled to 110F.
4. When cooled to 110F, add C with mixing.


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