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Homemade Shampoo

Your ultimate guide to homemade shampoo! Here are ten easy recipes you can use to find the perfect formula for your hair.
The benefits are that you can use all natural ingredients, avoid all of the fillers and irritants commercial makers use, scent it any way you want, and customize it to suit your hair's needs.
What more do I need to say?
I love my homemade shampoo. It smells great and leaves my hair feeling light and soft.
Step 1: BASIC
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1.Castille Soap
2.Jojoba Oil
For normal hair, or as a base to add your own scents, use
1/4cup distilled water
1/4cup liquid Castile Soap- I use unscented, but you can choose your favorite
1/2teaspoon jojoba, grapeseed, or other light vegetable oil
Flip Cap Bottlesor Foaming Bottlesto dispense
Mix together all the ingredients. Store in a bottle. Shake before use.
This mixture isn't as thick as commercial shampoos - you'll need to just tilt the bottle over your head.
I am really impressed with how much lather I get from it though!

Step 2: STIMULATE
To wake up your scalp and your senses, try tea tree and peppermint oil!
This one's my personal favorite, and the one I use daily. It's so refreshing!
Combine
1/4cup distilled water
1/4cup liquid Castile Soap- I use unscented, but you can choose your favorite
2 tsp jojoba oil
1/8tsp peppermint essential oil
1/8tsp tea tree essential oil
Flip Cap Bottlesor Foaming Bottlesto dispense
Mix all ingredients, then add1/4cup distilled water
Store in a bottle. Use as you would any shampoo, rinse well.

Step 3: QUENCH
For dry hair, try this:
1/4cup distilled water
1/4cup liquid Castile Soap- your favorite scent
1/4cup aloe vera gel
1 teaspoon glycerin
1/4teaspoon avocado oilor jojoba oil
Flip Cap Bottlesor Foaming Bottlesto dispense
Mix together all the ingredients. Store in a bottle and always shake well before using.
Apply to hair and allow to sit for a few minutes. Rinse well with cool water.

Step 4: SOOTHE
Chamomile makes this 'poo a calming treat. Chamomile also has natural lightening properties, so combine this with lemon juice if you want to lighten your hair!
1 cup distilled water
1 cup castille soap- try Lavender!
6 chamomile tea bags
11/2tablespoons glycerin
Flip Cap Bottlesor Foaming Bottlesto dispense
Steep the teabags in 1 cup of boiled water for 20 minutes. Remove the tea bags and discard. Add castille soap to the tea. Stir in glycerin until well blended. Keep in a dark, cool place in a sealed bottle.


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