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Creating Silicone-Free Conditioning Shampoos
By George Deckner
Silicones have been widely used in 2-in-1 conditioning shampoos since the launch of Pert Plus by Procter and Gamble in 1987. They provide exceptional wet comb properties, and they don’t negatively impact foam. Typically, a high molecular dimethicone is used in combination with a cationic polymer as the conditioning agent. Read More
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