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Interactions of Shampoo and Creme Rinse Ingredients with Human Hair

  • Clarence R. Robbins

Abstract

The two primary actions of shampoos and hair conditioning products with hair involve (1) cleaning soils including lipid (sebaceous) and other types from hair, and (2) sorption or binding of ingredients to hair. The first section of this chapter is concerned with the different types of soil found on hair; their origin and the ease or difficulty in their removal; methods to evaluate hair cleaning; the perception of hair cleaning; and shampoo lather as it relates to cleaning. The second section is concerned with the attachment and the affinity of surfactant/conditioning-type molecules to hair including the theory of sorption considering both whole-fiber and surface studies. Damaging effects to hair caused by shampooing and hair grooming, including the actions of combing and brushing hair, are also considered. A brief introduction into the subject of dandruff concludes this chapter.

Keywords

Anionic Surfactant Human Hair Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Wool Fiber Alpha Olefin Sulfonate 
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  • Clarence R. Robbins
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  1. 1.Research and Development DivisionColgate-Palmolive CompanyPiscatawayUSA

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