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If you buy conditioner at a drug store, you get a plastic bottle, mostly full of water. Just like bottled water, that's wasteful of energy shipping the water ...
My recipe is 2/3 cup water. xanthan gum and guar gum: 1/4 tsp each for gel; 1/8 tsp each for conditioner 1 tsp canola oil I got the ...
I like to mix this in a clear jar, so you can see how the mixing process is going, and can put the lid on and shake. A ...
Next add the oil (1/2 tsp) and mix it in. You want it mixed in well enough that you don't see a layer of oil sitting on the ...
You can use the conditioner or gel however you like: leave it in or rinse it out. You may find it works a little differently from what you ...
One of the nice things about making your own is that you can adjust it to your liking: To make it thicker and more of a gel with ...
We naturally have oil in our hair, but we wash it away with shampoo. Hence the need for conditioner to re-coat hair with something smooth and slippery. You ...
Instead of the gums, some recipes for hair gel I saw use gelatin. I prefer to avoid putting extracts of dead animals in my hair, but it should ...
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