Make Your Own Dry Shampoo With Essential Oil

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Homemade dry shampoo with Lavender & Rosemary

If you haven’t heard, then this recipe a dry shampoo is a versatile product to own! Not only is it perfumed with natural essential oils, but it also revitalises your hair by absorbing grease and helping your hair appear thicker.

A good dry shampoo, like this Cornstarch shampoo, also adds some shine and doesn’t dry your scalp out.

You can use this natural dry shampoo recipe for the days when you don’t have time to wash your hair and need a quick freshen up.

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Argan Oil & Aloe Vera Shampoo

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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. Continue reading “Argan Oil & Aloe Vera Shampoo”

Indian Herbs Hair Shampoo

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Indian Herbs Shampoo

Try using Indian Herbs homemade shampoo as an alternative to commercial shampoo like Amla, Shikakai and Brahmi. It not only gives great moisture and shine, but Indian herbs used as a hair wash are an Ayurvedic practice.  They provide health benefits to!

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WHY I LIKE INDIAN HERBS FOR FINE CURLY HAIR

Indian Herb shampoos leave the hair feeling soft, shinier, stronger and healthier!  This is because Indian herbs gently cleanse the hair, leaving the scalp and hair Ph balanced, ultimately helping to regulate oil production. Continue reading “Indian Herbs Hair Shampoo”

The’No-Poo’ Method using Hair Soap Bars

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NO-POO’…..WHAT’S THAT!!!

Well, quite simply, it means giving up using shampoo, or giving up using commercial shampoos and switching to natural methods of washing your hair.  Such as, by preparing herbal rinses, or just using 8 0z of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to cleanse with.

Many people find that stopping the use of commerical chemical laden shampoos gives their hair a chance to regenerate, grow and experience a renewal of natural shine and hair strength.

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