Can you name the ingredients in your shampoo? Can you name even 3? I can. Not only do I know exactly what is in this hair shampoo, I’m saving money and getting healthy, glamorous hair that turns heads. Seriously, and it is all thanks to homemade hair shampoo.
Homemade hair shampoo is just as hygienic as the stuff you’re shelling out big bucks for at the store. Plus, it is super easy to make… it’ll take you all of 10 minutes (tops!).
So, let’s see:
– Pronounceable natural ingredients
Hmmm, I don’t think you have an excuse not to try homemade hair shampoo… like right now!
Trust me, once you try homemade hair shampoo you’ll be asking yourself “Why didn’t I know about this sooner?!”
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Wondering what health and beauty items you can whip up at home besides this homemade hair shampoo? Read:
⅓ cup Castile
1 tsp. oil (can be olive, almond, or avocado oil)
1 ½ cups coconut milk
2 Tbsp raw honey
1 ½ cups water
20-30 drops essential oil (see hair guide below for recommendations)
ESSENTIAL OIL HAIR GUIDE
1. Heat water; you’ll want it very warm.
2. Dissolve honey in water.
3. Pour into chosen container.
Note: I didn’t want to use glass in the shower so I upcycled a VOSS water bottle for my homemade hair shampoo; for more convenient dispensing you may wish to reuse a shampoo bottle.
4. Add Castile, oil, coconut milk, and any oils to the bottle.
5. Swirl gently; shaking will cause it to foam up and spill over.
Note: You’ll want to swirl gently before each use.
If you feel you need a conditioner in addition to this homemade hair shampoo, pick up a bottle of apple cider vinegar from the store, pour some through your hair after shampooing, and rinse well with water.