Curly Chemistry: Amodimethicone

Shine, slip, and conditioned curls…

Next time (sometime this week) you’re in the hair aisle gazing over the ingredient list look for amodimethicone.

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Yes it’s not so favorable cousin is dimethicone, and no it’s not that bad.  Amodimethicone is one of the few dimethicones that can be easily removed with a surfactant based shampoo.

It is found mainly in conditioners and leave-ins for it’s slip, shine, and ease of combing the hair.  It can vary between a white milky or clear color liquid that is typically added during the oil phase of the formulation. This ingredient has a positive charge which will gladly attach itself to the cuticles of your hair which will make your have feel smoother & softer, without the crazy buildup. 

If you happen to see this ingredient in one of your products, do not panic!  All dimethicones aren’t bad, I find that most products I love have dimethicones in them!  

So if you’re looking for a product that can bring shine, slip, & conditioning, keep your eyes open for amodimethicone.

xoxo!!

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