Hibiscus and Honey Hair Conditioner From The Pink Collection

Hibiscus and Honey Hair Conditioner From The Pink Collection

Are you tired of dealing with dry, damaged hair? Do you want to achieve luscious, shiny hair without using harsh chemicals? Look no further than hibiscus and honey hair conditioner. This hair treatment is not only effective but also gentle on your hair and scalp. What makes hibiscus and honey hair conditioner special?


16oz Batch


Water Phase

70% Hibiscus and Rosemary Hair Tea 317.51 Grams

5% Cetrimonium Chloride 22.68 Grams

4% Honey 18.14 Grams

0.5% D-L Panthenol 2.27 Grams

0.2% Cationic Guar Gum 0.91 Grams

Oil Phase

6% Mango Butter 27.22 Grams

6% BTMS- 25 27.22 Grams

2% Cetyl Alcohol 9.09 Grams

2% Castor Oil 9.09 Grams

Cool Down Phase

2% Hydrolyzed Keratin Protein 9.09 Grams

1% Optiphen 4.54 Grams

1% Vitamin E Oil 4.54 Grams

0.3% Hibiscus and Honey Fragrance 1.36 Grams

Citric Acid

Clean and Sanitize all equipments and surface your going to use for this project


  1. Measure out your water phase ingredients: Hibiscus Rosemary Tea, Cetrimonium Chloride, Honey, D- L Panthenol and Guar Gum. Mix the honey and guar gum together combining all the ingredients in a heatproof container.
  2. Measure out your oil phase ingredients: Mango Butter, BTMS- 25, Cetyl Alcohol and Castor Oil. Combine in another heatproof container.
  3. Gently melt both phases over low heat using a double boiler or bain-marie.
  4. Combine the two Phase once they have fully melted and there are no solid remain. 
  5. Using either an immersion blender or whisk,  blend until the conditioner has thickened and emulsified. As the mixture cools the conditioner will become thicker.
  6. After the mixture has cooled, Measure the Cool Down Phase Ingredients. Hydrolysed Protein, Optiphen, Vitamin E Oil and fragrance.
  7. Mix evenly by hand or blender to distributed all ingredients.
  8. Check and adjust your pH by using either pH strips or a meter. Add a small sprinkle of citric acid, whisk thoroughly between additions until you reach a pH in the range of 4.5 - 6.
  9. Store your Conditioner in a clean Jar or Bottle.

As the days go by the conditioner will continue to thicken.

In this photo: The day the conditioner was made

In this Photo: Two days after the conditioner was made.


    This conditioner should last up to 3 months

    This Conditioner is great for:

    Strengthening  Hair

    The amino acids present in hibiscus help to strengthen the hair shaft, reducing breakage and promoting healthy hair growth. Regular use of hibiscus and honey hair conditioner can lead to thicker, stronger hair. 

    How to use Conditioner

    Using hair conditioner is super easy! Here's a simple step-by-step guide:

    1. After shampooing your hair as usual.
    2. Rinse out the shampoo thoroughly.
    3. Squeeze out any excess water from your hair.
    4. Take a generous amount of conditioner in your palm.
    5. Apply the conditioner to the lengths and ends of your hair.
    6. Gently massage the conditioner into your hair, focusing on the areas that need extra moisture.
    7. Leave the conditioner on for a minimum off 10 minutes to allow it to work its magic.
    8. Rinse out the conditioner thoroughly with cool water.
    9. Follow with favorite hair styling products ,
    10. Style as usual Enjoy your soft, smooth, and nourished hair!

    For best results, use hibiscus and honey hair conditioner 2-3 times a week.

    Transform your hair care routine with the power of hibiscus and honey. Say goodbye to dry, damaged hair and hello to healthy, beautiful locks. Try hibiscus and honey hair conditioner today and experience the difference for yourself!

    Lets get to know the ingredients

    Water Phase Ingredients: 


    Water is the main ingredient in most hair conditioners, and for good reason. It acts as a solvent, helping to dissolve other ingredients and distribute them evenly throughout your hair. Water also serves as a hydrating agent, moisturizing your hair and making it more manageable. It helps to soften the hair cuticle, making it easier to detangle and style.

    One of the primary benefits of water in hair conditioner is its ability to hydrate and moisturize your hair. Water penetrates the hair shaft, moisturizing it from within and preventing dryness and brittleness. It also helps to seal in moisture, keeping your hair hydrated for longer periods.

    Water may seem like a simple and ordinary ingredient, but its benefits in hair conditioner are truly remarkable. From hydration and moisture retention to improved elasticity and manageability, water plays a vital role in keeping your hair healthy and beautiful.


    Incorporating hibiscus into your hair conditioner can provide a multitude of benefits for your hair and scalp. From promoting hair growth and preventing hair loss to conditioning and softening the hair, hibiscus tea is a natural powerhouse that can transform your hair care routine. 


    Rosemary is a powerful ingredient that offers numerous benefits for your hair. From stimulating hair growth to reducing dandruff and adding shine, incorporating rosemary tea into your hair conditioner can transform your hair care routine.

    Cetrimonium Chloride

    Cetrimonium chloride is surfactant 24-26%, a water content of 74-76%, and a pH value of 2.5-3.5.

    Cetrimonium chloride is a quaternary ammonium compound, which means it contains a positively charged nitrogen atom. This compound is known for its ability to act as a surfactant, emulsifier, and conditioning agent. Surfactant, helps to reduce the surface tension of liquids, allowing them to spread more easily. In hair conditioners, cetrimonium chloride acts as a conditioning agent, helping to detangle the hair and make it easier to comb through.

    Cetrimonium chloride is a valuable ingredient in hair conditioners, providing a range of benefits for the hair. From detangling and improving manageability to enhancing shine and reducing frizz, cetrimonium chloride helps to keep your hair looking and feeling its best. 

    Cetrimonium chloride is not a natural ingredient, but it is commonly used in hair care products for its conditioning and anti-static properties. While it may not be suitable for those seeking all-natural options, it is generally considered safe for use. If you prefer natural alternatives, there are plenty of options available that can provide similar benefits for your hair. 


    Honey is a natural humectant, which means it attracts and retains moisture. When applied to the hair, it helps to seal in moisture, keeping your strands hydrated and nourished. This can be especially beneficial for individuals with dry or damaged hair.

    Honey is packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants that can nourish and revitalize your hair. It contains natural sugars, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that promote hair growth, strengthen the hair follicles, and prevent hair loss. Additionally, honey has moisturizing properties that can help retain moisture in the hair, making it softer, smoother, and more manageable.

    Incorporating honey into your hair conditioner can provide a range of benefits for different hair types. From moisturizing dry hair to repairing damaged strands and controlling oiliness, honey is a versatile ingredient that can transform the health and appearance of your hair.

    D-L Panthenol

    D-L Panthenol, also known as Provitamin B5, is a water-soluble vitamin that belongs to the B-vitamin family.

    D-L Panthenol strengthens hair follicles, improves moisture retention, and enhances hair elasticity for stronger, shinier, and more manageable hair.

    Cationic Guar Gum 

    Cationic guar gum is a natural, plant-based ingredient that is derived from the seeds of the guar plant.

    When cationic guar gum is added to hair conditioner,  it acts as a conditioning agent, helping to detangle and soften the hair. This is especially beneficial for those with dry or damaged hair, as it helps to restore moisture and improve manageability.

    Cationic guar gum has a positive charge, which allows it to bind to the negatively charged hair strands. This creates a protective film on the surface of the hair, helping to reduce frizz, improve shine, and enhance the overall appearance of the hair.

    Oil Phase Ingredients 

    Mango Butter 

    Mango Butter is derived from the seeds of the mango fruit and is known for its moisturizing and nourishing properties. Mango butter can help hydrate and soften your hair, making it more manageable and reducing frizz. It also contains vitamins and antioxidants that can promote a healthy scalp and hair growth. You can use mango butter as a leave-in conditioner, hair mask, or even as a styling product.

    BTMS- 25 

    BTMS-25, also referred to as Behentrimonium Methosulfate, is a conditioning agent frequently utilized in hair care products.

    BTMS-25 works by forming a thin film on the surface of the hair, which helps to reduce friction and prevent damage during combing or brushing. This film also helps to seal in moisture, leaving the hair feeling soft, smooth, and manageable. Additionally, BTMS-25 has antistatic properties, which can help to reduce frizz and flyaways.

    BTMS-25 in hair conditioner can have numerous benefits for your hair. From superior conditioning and detangling properties to moisture retention and heat protection

    Cetyl Alcohol

    Cetyl alcohol is a fatty alcohol derived from natural sources such as coconut oil or palm oil. Despite its name, cetyl alcohol is not drying or irritating to the skin or hair. In fact, it is a waxy substance that acts as an emollient, emulsifier, and thickening agent in hair care products.

    Castor Oil

    Castor oil is rich in nutrients and fatty acids that nourish the hair and scalp. It has a high concentration of ricinoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. This makes castor oil effective in combating scalp infections and dandruff.

    The moisturizing and nourishing properties of Castor Oil can enhance the health and appearance of your hair, while its ability to promote hair growth can help you achieve desirable results.

    Cool Down Phase

    Hydrolyzed Keratin Protein

    Hydrolyzed keratin protein is a form of keratin that has been broken down into smaller molecules through a process called hydrolysis. Keratin is a fibrous protein that is naturally found in our hair, skin, and nails. It is responsible for providing strength and structure to these tissues.

    Vitamin E Oil

    Vitamin E oil is a powerful antioxidant that will extend the self life of the oils in the hair conditioner while also providing moisture and hydration, promoting hair growth, and enhancing scalp health


    Optiphen is a broad-spectrum preservative that is widely used in the cosmetic industry. It is a liquid preservative system that is effective against bacteria, yeast, and mold. Optiphen is a combination of phenoxyethanol and caprylyl glycol, two ingredients that work synergistically to provide antimicrobial protection to cosmetic products.


    Fragrance is optional and can be switched out for essential oils which can add more benefits to the hair conditioner. Hibiscus and Honey Fragrance is the perfect combination of fruity and floral notes. That includes lemon, peach, honey, hibiscus, white tea, ylang ylang, violet, and musk.

    Note: This recipe has only been tested on black hair. It rinsed out well, no straining on clothes, hair or shower.

    Always patch test!

    Happy Making!

    Tee Gets It Done, You Can Do It Too!


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