1.1 Historical Perspective or the Evolution of Multifunctional Hair Care Products
Hair care in the early part of this century strictly meant cleansing the hair, which -g simply translated to hair products consisting of alkaline soap. Because of such I well-known drawbacks of soap as lack of lathering in hard water, deposition of calcium/magnesium soap film onto the hair shaft, and the general product form, c demand for an improved product was high . It was fairly common to use home <.
treatments (e.g., vinegar, beer, lemon juice) to strip the film left by the soap on the >3
hair . In a sense, these were the first conditioning agents. |
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