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  • #22626
    inertia
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    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detanging and conditioning properties.

    5. my diy history: just fyi I have always been a craftsy and creative person whether it was knitting, trying to tat, cooking, home repair stuff like laying flooring if you can find decent information on how to do it I will most likely be willing to do so. So the diy toiletries and cosmetics was right down my alley to begin with. So really there are a lot of reasons why I started to do this but that is not the question… I start the diy about three years ago when I started doing hoop dancing. I was buying cold processed soap from the farmers market. It’s not necessarily cheep to buy and I have skin rashes and skin sensitivities that seemed to pop up around the time I was being diagnosed with the two autoimmune disorders I was diagnosed with, which was 6 years ago. I sort of wondered if it was something I could learn to make myself because my skin liked it better than the regular store bought stuff… which lead me to find the soap queen videos on youtube. I decided to try it… and it was all downhill from there I read some books… after I got the hang of that I saw she had a video on the lotion… and thought I had most of the stuff just needed to buy a couple more ingredients. so I did but I had a mishap and bought the cetearyl alcohol 50/50 and it didn’t work… then I was frustrated because I was trying to find more information on emulsifying waxes info until I found Susan’s blog and shortly after found Marie’s blog. at that point it was a goner. after I got the hang of that I was thinking I might as well make conditioner it is much like making lotion… after I got the hang of that I figured I might as well start trying shampoo wich the first batch of that was a disaster so I figured okay why don’t I start with bubble bath which I don’t use ever but I thought it is something I could make on occasion from my nieces. So I started paying with surfactants because it is very different than making lotion based stuff. When I decided to stop chemically straightening my hair last year and then later that year just learn to take care of it curly I started trying to formulate more kinds of products for my hair… so how long have i been making hair stuff not sure somewhere between maybe 1 and a half years….

    #22627
    inertia
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    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detanging and conditioning properties.

    #22628
    inertia
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    this is really messed up its submitting but not showing up

    #22629
    inertia
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    anyways:

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detanging and conditioning properties.

    #22630
    inertia
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    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    #22631
    inertia
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    i try to post what I said again and It tells me I already said it.

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    #22632
    inertia
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    5. my diy history: just fyi I have always been a craftsy and creative person whether it was knitting, trying to tat, cooking, home repair stuff like laying flooring if you can find decent information on how to do it I will most likely be willing to do so. So the diy toiletries and cosmetics was right down my alley to begin with. So really there are a lot of reasons why I started to do this but that is not the question… I start the diy about three years ago when I started doing hoop dancing. I was buying cold processed soap from the farmers market. It’s not necessarily cheep to buy and I have skin rashes and skin sensitivities that seemed to pop up around the time I was being diagnosed with the two autoimmune disorders I was diagnosed with, which was 6 years ago. I sort of wondered if it was something I could learn to make myself because my skin liked it better than the regular store bought stuff… which lead me to find the soap queen videos on youtube. I decided to try it… and it was all downhill from there I read some books… after I got the hang of that I saw she had a video on the lotion… and thought I had most of the stuff just needed to buy a couple more ingredients. so I did but I had a mishap and bought the cetearyl alcohol 50/50 and it didn’t work… then I was frustrated because I was trying to find more information on emulsifying waxes info until I found Susan’s blog and shortly after found Marie’s blog. at that point it was a goner. after I got the hang of that I was thinking I might as well make conditioner it is much like making lotion… after I got the hang of that I figured I might as well start trying shampoo wich the first batch of that was a disaster so I figured okay why don’t I start with bubble bath which I don’t use ever but I thought it is something I could make on occasion from my nieces. So I started paying with surfactants because it is very different than making lotion based stuff. When I decided to stop chemically straightening my hair last year and then later that year just learn to take care of it curly I started trying to formulate more kinds of products for my hair… so how long have i been making hair stuff not sure somewhere between maybe 1 and a half years….

    #22633
    inertia
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    lets see if it will show section 4 now

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by inertia. Reason: mistake
    #22635
    inertia
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    UGH!

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    #22636
    inertia
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    It doesn’t seem to want to post section 4…

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    6. one of the reasons I am so adamant about making my own stuff is so I am not buying 20 different products to figure out what is best… so I try not to buy store bought things… only if it is something I haven’t used before and I want to get an idea of what it is and if it is something I want to try to make.

    #22637
    inertia
    Participant

    I give up

    #22638
    inertia
    Participant

    please just let me post this last thing

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: susan’s post INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    6. one of the reasons I am so adamant about making my own stuff is so I am not buying 20 different products to figure out what is best… so I try not to buy store bought things… only if it is something I haven’t used before and I want to get an idea of what it is and if it is something I want to try to make.

    #22641
    BelindaSK
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    Sounds like you’re having technical difficulties. 😝 Are you putting emojis in your posts? That is what usually does it for me. This forum seems to like some of them but hate others. So I just take them out and that seems to work. If you can take a screenshot and post under the Technical difficulties thread (or create a new one), Marie will forward it to her tech person.

    Your DIY journey sounds a lot like mine! I liked doing crafty stuff but couldn’t seem to find something that would stick, until I found lotion making. Then I was a goner! From there it was CP soap, then conditioners, then shampoo…..Marie and Susan are both very bad influences on my wallet, as are my fellow Bees here on the Forum!! Haha! But, when I want to play I have a lot to choose from!

    If you’re interested in Clean Locks, see if Windy Point or Voyageur will get it for you. I can’t remember if Connie got it through them or she ordered it straight from ITDF. She’ll have to chime in on that question.

    #22647
    inertia
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    let’s see if the last my original post will post now

    4. Conditioner concentrate: it’s what both suppliers I could get it from in Canada call it… on Susan’s blog she calls it Incroquat CR: http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.ca/2009/07/cationic-quaternary-compounds-incroquat_30.html INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) PEG-40 Castor Oil (and) Stearalkonium Chloride though if you buy it from saffire blue (which I have resigned not to shop at anymore because they screwed me over really badly last year they don’t have any of the peg 40 in it where as the other supplier does have it so when I run out of the stuff from sb and start using the one from creations from eden I will have to see if it makes a difference. I include it because Stearalkonium Chloride has detangling propertis and I pretty much wanted detangling and conditioning properties.

    6. one of the reasons I am so adamant about making my own stuff is so I am not buying 20 different products to figure out what is best… so I try not to buy store bought things… only if it is something I haven’t used before and I want to get an idea of what it is and if it is something I want to try to make.

    #22648
    inertia
    Participant

    Anyways lets try this again…

    4. The conditioner concentrate is what Saffire blue and Creations From Eden Call this from Susan’s Blog Incroquat CR There are lovely benefits to it like the deetangling which is high must for me… damn tangles are one of the reasons it took me so long to leaving my hair curly.

    6. really I was a goo hoarder before I started making things… I was always trying to find the best goo… bu I rarely buy anything anymore because I am happy with what I am making… and it is better because I can tweak recipes the next time I make instead of having multiple versions of all the goo that you could buy… so my bathroom cupboards are a lot cleaner…. but I still have a goo back log

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