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Old 08-02-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default A protein BASE conditioner?

Okay so before I joined here, I had the 'base' thread about the product bases booked marked, and that is where I got most of my bases that I now use/love from.

I however have not been able to find a protein rich conditioner base - I'm not shocked as most protein conditioners tend to be formulated by larger companies.

But I am wondering if anyone has seen a protein rich BASE conditioner that maybeee has Hydrolyzed Keratin and other proteins in it? I ask for a base because I like to buy in bulk, and scent however I want. =D
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Old 08-02-2012, 06:49 PM   #2
 
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If you dnt care about silicones I highly recommend TRESemme split end remedy hydrolyzed keratin is one of the first five ingredients I believe
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Old 08-02-2012, 07:13 PM   #3
 
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Mill Creek Botanicals Keratin Conditioner- hydrolyzed keratin is the second ingredient.

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Old 08-02-2012, 09:25 PM   #4
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If you dnt care about silicones I highly recommend TRESemme split end remedy hydrolyzed keratin is one of the first five ingredients I believe
I actually do try to avoid cones. And mineral oil ^^;;

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Mill Creek Botanicals Keratin Conditioner- hydrolyzed keratin is the second ingredient.

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I have been curious about this DC actually, but I am not sure why there is sodium hydroxide in it...I am worried what that may do to my hair with heat, and over time.
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Old 08-06-2012, 12:14 PM   #5
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Holy crap, ingredientstodiefor basically just answered my prayers LOL

Organicals Intense Reconstructing Creme


A natural (well fairly natural some of those ingredients I need to google first) PROTEIN Reconstructing creme conditioner BASE....That I can buy in a bulk size for a good price, and scent however I want T__T OMGGG...


The ingredients look great, I love that the hydrolyzed keratin isn't high up on the list, because I've used the other things to make my hair stronger (horsetail, nettle, etc) and they work veryyyy well.

I am so excited to try this.....and they have a pomade now, that I NEED to have....aRAHAJFAJFASFAF! I love their products ^___^
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If you dnt care about silicones I highly recommend TRESemme split end remedy hydrolyzed keratin is one of the first five ingredients I believe
I actually do try to avoid cones. And mineral oil ^^;;

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Mill Creek Botanicals Keratin Conditioner- hydrolyzed keratin is the second ingredient.

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I have been curious about this DC actually, but I am not sure why there is sodium hydroxide in it...I am worried what that may do to my hair with heat, and over time.
Sodium hydroxide is very commonly used in cosmetics as a ph adjuster. It is also an ingredient in commercial soap, commercial dyes for clothing and fabrics and paper.
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Default Conditioner base without proteins?

Hi Guys,

Do you know of any conditioner bases without any sort of proteins in them? Thanks!

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Do you know of any conditioner bases without any sort of proteins in them? Thanks!

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