Argan Oil & Aloe Vera Shampoo

Argan Oil & Aloe Vera Homemade Shampoo

Soft, silky, hydrated hair!

This recipe is super moisturing shampoo experience, that detangles hair, leaving it smooth, silky and very shiney. This recipe suits dry and/or curly hair, but small amounts could be tried on normal hair. The castille shampoo in this recipe does not contain harsh chemicals, which can strip hair.

This recipe uses Organic Aloe Vera gel. Aloe vera helps promote hair growth, helps sooth an itchy scalp and adds moisture to hair. There is a food grade vegetable glycerin in this recipe, which helps add moisture to dry hair.  

This recipe also requires Argan oil, also called Moroccan oil.  Try to find a pure 100%  Argan oil to benefit from the best vitamin E and antioxidants, which may help boost your hair growth, and moisture levels.

Argan Oil & Aloe Vera Shampoo

1/2 a cup of liquid Castille soap.

1 cup of distilled water.

1/2 cup of organic Aloe Vera Gel.

1 tablespoon of 100 % pure Argan Oil.

3/4 tablespoon of Food Grade Vegetable Glycerin.

How to make the shampoo

You will need a 500 ml (approx) plastic bottle to contain your shampoo, or selection of smaller or larger plastic bottles to suit you.  Simply, add the ingrediants into a glass mixing bowl and hand whisk or use a hand blender until the solution is thoroughly mixed. This should only take 30 seconds.

How to use your homemade shampoo

Wet your hair first and pour a golf ball size amount into your hand, and apply like a shampoo.  This shampoo is very gentle, so you may like to wash it again if you have greasy hair. Then, rinse hair thoroughly, and conditoner as normal.  However, you may find your hair doesn’t need a conditioner after using this shampoo.


Thank you for reading, I’d love to hear your comments.

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