Homemade Shampoo

As people have grown more wary of chemical additives in things provided over the shelves, there has been a steady transition in many lives towards using products that are natural as opposed to artificial. Among all of the household items that are becoming more popular to use with natural ingredients, shampoo is also included. Natural shampoo can be a great way to heal the scalp and moisten hair into a state that is more shiny and healthy than it would be with no natural ingredients at all.

 


 

Baking Soda Shampoo

Baking soda is a great way to rid of the residual dandruff and dirt that can accumulate in your hair after an extended period of idling in the roots. Those who have used the baking soda formula have gone as far as to report that their hair felt more healthy for almost four days after administering the treatment, and all it takes to make is just a tablespoon of baking soda with a cup or two of water. After you’ve made the solution, all you have to do is lather it up and apply it to your scalp just as you would any other shampoo.

 

Lemon and Cucumber Shampoo

You can cleanse out your roots with the power of lemons and cucumber. Because these ingredients are so completely natural, there’s no need to worry that your scalp is going to get dried about by the ingredients that about in different shampoos that are made commercially, off the shelves. To make this natural treat for your hair, you can simply peel and lemon and put it into a food processor with a cucumber. After you’ve got it ground into a fine paste, you can lather it up and apply to the hair like you would any other shampoo.

 


 

Coconut Shampoo

Coconut shampoo is another great way that you can add some serious volume and luster to your hair with just a little bit of innovation and motivation. Coconut shampoo is completely natural, which means that you don’t have to worry about harming your roots with unknown chemicals or additives. To start out, you’ll just need a fourth cup of coconut milk. After you have the coconut milk, you can add a third cup of extra mild organic shampoo. Add ten drops of any essential oil of your choice, just a tablespoon of almond oil, and you’re good to go.



  • April 2014
  • March 2014