No shampoo method is strongly encouraged online, but even better it makes your own shampoo. Learn how to make shampoo by yourself and revive it your hair with natural ingredients.
Have you heard of the non-“method of poo? To be honest, I learned about this in the last year, and while I refused to put baking soda on my hair, I tried the vinegar.It left my hair clean and pretty, but I’m not want to repeat this experience, especially as it makes your hair a very pleasant smell.Thus, on a quest to learn how to really clean my scalp, I searched other less harmful methods. It is ironic: I do not like to brush my hair, but I do not like the things I put on my hair.
These options are for everyone; But if you have oily hair, dandruff or you use hair products in addition to shampoo and conditioner, you’ll be happy to try one of the following methods. Here’s how the shampoo on your own, with all natural ingredients.
Coconut Milk Shampoo
Who doesn’t love shampoo coconut? He feels good and does wonders for your hair. Coconut milk has nutrients and fats that help the growth of hair and dandruff.
Just look at Jessica Simpson hair as proof of the benefits of coconut shampoo. You can buy coconut milk shampoo, or you can do it yourself, what I prefer to do.
1/3 Cup Coconut Milk (homemade if possible)
½ Cup Coconut Oil Soap (Tropical Traditions is particularly good)
2 ts Sweet Almond Oil/Tea Tree Oil/Neem Oil
10 Drops Lavender or Other Oil (Optional; use less if combining more than 2 oils)
Mix the ingredients in a jar and shake well. Store it in a bottle and shake before each use. The shampoo can last two to four weeks in the cold without refrigeration. It can also be used as a washing powder.
Lemon and cucumber shampoo
As some know, lemon leaves your scalp feel clean and good due to citric acid while the cucumber has a cooling and soothing effect. I recommend using a good conditioner to the ends, because the lemon tends to dry the hair. It is a particularly good shampoo for scalp dry.
1 Lemon (peeled)
1 Cucumber (peeled)
If you use a mixer or throw in your food processor to chop the ingredients. Mix until they form a thick paste, liquid like a smoothie. Apply it as you would any other shampoo. It can also be used as a shaving cream.
PH balanced shampoo
You want to know if your hair ph levels are balanced? This shampoo is ideal because it helps you to be sure that everything is in balance. And, of course, with this shampoo homemade, you need not spend a lot of money as with other shampoos on the market.
I love this option because it has Aloe Vera and coconut milk. They are my ingredients preferred for healthy hair, because they have a pH that is less than 7 and much more aligned with the natural pH of your scalp.
Your scalp, like your skin, pH ranges between 4 and 7. This is why I do not recommend the use of baking soda on hair. Baking soda has a high level of alkaline pH, while Apple Cider vinegar has a lower pH level.
Your hair suffer when he climbs at a pH level of 8 or 9, then to the bottom for a 4.5. Problems with fungi or bacteria, which often lead to dandruff, the result of using products with pH levels above 7 as these strip your hair of naturally acidic sebum.
This sebum helps to prevent the loss of hair dandruff, bacteria or fungi.
1 Can Coconut Milk
1¾ Cups Pure Aloe Vera Gel
Essential Oils (Optional)
Mix ingredients in a bowl with a whisk and pure in trays ice. This will help the mixture to last most of a week. Place the trays in the freezer for a few hours until completely frozen, and then store them in a bag or container in the freezer.
To use, remove the frozen cube the night before and keep in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it. Use the same amount as you would for any other shampoo to wash the hair, but leave it for 5 minutes before rinsing your hair.
This shampoo does not create a foam, so do not abuse. Cubes last a week in the refrigerator and can be stored there between the showers.
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