Natural shampoo you can make

Daisy Raybould has a passion for solving health problems the way nature intended. She, along with a number of fellow natural health enthusiasts, share their tips, secrets and recipes designed to help you obtain perfect health using the power of nature's wonders at

Hey Elaine D! I know what you mean about your scalp needing cleansing before your hair does. Thanks for sharing your technique :)

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!) 🙂

The acid mantle can also be defined as the relative pH balance of the skin. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with levels less than considered high acidity, and levels more than considered high alkalinity. The normal range of skin pH levels for humans is to , which means it tends to be on the acidic side, and shampoos and skin products are formulated specifically to maintain this balance.

Every day 27,000 American children become infested with head lice - and since lice actually prefer clean hair, this shatters the myth that kids who get lice are somehow "unclean". In fact, lice are easily transferred by sharing a towel, a chair, or even a hug.

The most beautiful thing we possess is our body and soul. Our body requires regular care and maintenance to keep looking healthy and beautiful. We all have to live through some ailments and other health problems from time to time. However, nature has created a remedy contained within in plants and herbs -for every health problem. Whether it's fresh produce, dried herbs, essential oils or extracts: the key to beautiful health is using pure botanical rich ingredients derived from nature.

Well, before I get into exactly how to make your own shampoo, I want to stress the reasons why you should consider this option in the first place:

To wake up your scalp and your senses, try tea tree and peppermint oil! This one's my personal favorite, and the one I use daily. It's so refreshing!Combine ...

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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!

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.

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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!

If you haven’t made soap before, or read my article on basic soap making, you’ll want to familiarize yourself by reading this first:  Homemade All Natural Soap . This recipe uses a novel way of making soap – all the weights have been converted to measurements to simplify the process.

Since I was little I have seen my mother make her own natural shampoo using shikakai, reetha (soap nut) and orange or lemon peel. I had never tried it until recently when my favourite shampoo had its ingredients changed, and my hair refused to like the new ones. Luckily my mother was paying us a visit. And I decided to use her expertise of making this all natural homemade shampoo.

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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!) 🙂