As an aside, Rita BTMS-225 looks to be the same product as Incroquat BTMS-25. I haven't formulated with BTMS-25, so I can't compare them in real life, but the INCI name is the same.
Her update: I have been using the new conditioner for 2 weeks now and I love it! I need very little to nicely cover my hair. It rinses out great, leaving my hair very soft and tangle free. I can go three days between washes, so this formula doesn't make my hair greasy! In short, I love it and it smells great, too
My original notes found in this post: On my hair, it felt a bit waxy, but the end result was pretty darn good considering that it was very humid the other day and was humid this morning and I didn't have a ton of frizzies. My hair seemed easier to brush, as well. It wasn't as slippery in the tub as my normal conditioner is, which is a bonus when you're a clumsy person like me!
An update: I found that my hair didn't get any more greasy than normal. It feels well conditioned and I like the way I'm getting some spiral curls, no doubt because my hair is slightly more moisturized using the cetearyl alcohol instead of cetyl alcohol, which is found in the BTMS-50. It is very thick, so I've created a version using 4% Rita BTMS-225 and it's very nice. (Just reduce the BTMS-225 to 4%, and add 3% more water to this recipe.) I would definitely recommend this ingredient for usage in a conditioner!
So there you have it. Anyone else want to share their thoughts about Rita BTMS-225.