How To Make DIY Shampoo

Posted on 23 Sep 00:38 , 0 comments

With a handy ready made base, making your own Shampoo has never been easier.

Make your own personalised Shampoo.

Liquid Shampoo Base is perfect for adding your own fragrances and colours to.

It holds mica pigments in suspension throughout.

It is unscented, with some slight clear to yellow colour. Certified 70.21% Organic Ingredients

To make your own shampoo: Simply add colours and fragrances if desired, bottle up and you are good to go.

Make sure you add DYES if you wan  to colour it rather than pigments which will settle to the bottom over time

 

Additives to Your Soap Bases:

  • Click HERE for the DIY Shampoo Base
  • Click HERE for 125ml bottles to package into
  • Click HERE for 250ml Bottles
  • Click HERE for Dyes to colour your shampoo - *Soap Dyes: Better than the Pigments (which will settle)
  • Click HERE for fragrances
  • Click HERE for printable adhesive paper for labels

 

PRODUCT BENEFITS:

  • Allows production of an Organic certified*shampoo, if the converter/filler has organic certification.
  • Blended with gentle surfactants, that are approved by the Soil Association**, to provide masses of creamy lather.
  • Free from SLS, SLES and parabens.
  • Vegetable origin, enriched with Aloe Vera
  • Has a natural clear to translucent pale yellow colour.
  • No thickening required.
  • Fully formulated base, only requiring addition of organic fragrance or essential oils, with slow stirring. Pre-heating is not essential but warming to 25– 40oC may speed up dissolution.
  • Can be adapted for different hair types through selection of the additives.

*ORGANIC CERTIFICATION:

Shampoo Base has organic certification from the Soil Association (UK)** to state it contains 70.21%  Organic ingredients. Soil Association organic certification ensures the integrity of the products in relation to the environmental impact of their farming and the long-term sustainability of the crops. No chemical fertilizers or pesticides are permitted in the growing of the crop. The same stringent controls apply in the extraction and refining of the oils from the crop, for example no bleaching or chemical distillation is permitted.