Recipe for Goats Milk Hair Conditioner

by Tammy
(Olean, NY)

Do you have a good recipe to share for the goats milk conditioner?

ANSWER: Hi Tammy. Thank you for your question. Yes, I do have a good goats milk conditioner recipe that I will share with you. In the conditioner recipe you can substitute distilled water for the beer or milk or both. I use beer in all of my hair formulations. It isn't a necessity.

(Makes about 12 ounces)


4.5 Ounces Goat Milk
4 Ounces Flat Beer (any kind)
3 Ounces BTMS Emulsifying Conditioner
1 Ounce Wheat Germ Oil
1/4 Ounce Optiphen Conditioner
Few Drops Fragrance of Choice

DIRECTIONS: Combine beer and milk. Heat to 170 degrees F and hold at temperature for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Heat the wheat germ oil and emulsifying wax to melt the wax. Cool to 170 degrees if necessary or continue heating to 170 degrees, (I don't remember the wax's melting point). While beating with an immersion blender, pour the liquid into the oil until well emulsified. Cool to 110 degrees and add preservative. Blend well. Bottle for use.

Best Regards,

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