Natural shampoo oily scalp

First on my list of natural homemade shampoos is a recipe I’ve promised to one of our readers some time ago then shuffled through a whole lot of old notebooks only to realize I don’t have it anymore.

When aerosol dry shampoo came on the market, it was a life-changer for me (I was in college at the time, working and studying, and often running late to both). What an amazing invention! Until you look at the ingredient label…

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The shampoo has been developed and tested to work in harmony with the Nisim NewHair Biofactor Hair and Scalp Extract. Use this shampoo as your first step in the advanced NewHair Biofactors system, available for both normal to oily hair and normal to dry hair.

Give your shampoo bottle a quick shake before you lather it on your tresses. Human Nature uses natural emulsifiers that prevent the ingredients in our shampoos from separating, and after a certain period of time, the natural oils settle on top of the water and solid ingredients. So don’t forget to shake it to make sure you get all the good stuff in there mixed well!

The basic idea of a dry shampoo (or wet-dry shampoo) is to put an oil absorbing substance (like arrowroot or cornstarch) on the oily parts of your hair to absorb the oil and leave it looking clean. This is also very helpful if you’ll be styling hair and need it to hold. Dirty hair hold better than clean hair, but it doesn’t have to look dirty. In fact, for an upcoming wedding I’ll be sporting hair that hasn’t been washed in three days (you’re welcome for that visual!) 🙂

We have worked for 15 years to refine our formulas. What we put into our products is just as important as what we leave out. Our shampoo is a rich, nutritious, salon quality shampoo that will clean, nourish & feed your hair with organic & all natural ingredients, including extracts & essential oils, leaving it healthy and beautiful. Excellent for those with sensitive skin or scalp. Lathers and rinses clean with skin & scalp soothing ingredients, without leaving build-up, stripping, drying or weighing hair down. Safe for color treated hair. NO harmful chemicals what-so-ever! No SLS, SLES, parabens, PG or PG derivatives, sulfates, dyes, synthetic fragrance, anesthetizing agents or petrochemicals. Environmentally friendly. Each bottle is made fresh with biodegradable labels & recycled plastic bottles for a cleaner global environment. For best results, follow with Christina Moss Naturals Organic Conditioner.

One recipe lasts our family of four 3-4 weeks and rings in at about $ per batch. I still prefer to use a separate conditioner afterward, but my husband and my kids find that it conditions sufficiently all by itself.

In an effort to seal my “crunchy” status, I even tried the whole  ‘no poo  thing hoping to rid myself completely of a need for any sort of “product.” After two months of trying, I learned that with my hard water it just wasn’t going to happen. (Sigh) I was beginning to think I was doomed to harsh chemicals and cleaners in order to feel like I could show my face (or head) in public again. Surely there was a natural shampoo that would work? Anyone? Anyone?

It’s simple. No one cares more about your pocket book or your hair than you. That’s why you’re here. That’s why you want to make your own shampoo. And that’s why you want to make more of your own products. So do we!

These glands are responsible for maintaining the appropriate hydration levels that your skin needs by releasing sebum. Unfortunately, some sebaceous glands can also release excess oil which leads to the hair appearing greasy. To control this problem, it is important to wash your hair very frequently. With that being said, it is just as important to use the appropriate shampoo if you want to achieve the best results.

Eight months ago I decided to try a radical experiment in  natural hair care: I ditched the shampoo . It was a bit like jumping off a cliff (and I’m so  not  a fan of heights) but I decided that there was nothing to lose, so I jumped. And four months later as I look back, I realize that it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Four months in to No Shampoo (often called “No-Poo” on the web) and my hair is so healthy that I have decided to make my experiment permanent: I will never go back to shampoo.

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