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  • Michelle Litalien

    Lathering homemade shampoo - castile soap and coconut milk. Condition with - 1/2 tbs apple cider vinegar to 3 cups water (concentrate on ends)

  • Kellie Felsten

    DIY Castile Soap + Coconut Milk Shampoo

  • Marie Middleton

    DIY Shampoo leaving your hair looking like a goddess

  • Erika Schultz

    DIY shampoo and conditioner - just coconut milk, castile soap, and apple cider vinegar

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Make your own shampoo and conditioner for the healthiest hair you've ever had! My hair has never looked better!!!

"homemade shampoo: use a clear bottle. Add some castile soap. Add water to roughly equal 3-4 x the original volume (just eyeball it, then shake the whole thing up). When you start this, your hair will feel greasier than ever. That’s because your scalp is still used to being washed with engine degreaser, so it takes a little time (about a week) for it to settle down and stop producing so much oil. After an adjustment period though, it’s all good."

Recipes for making your own shampoo. 1 gallon of brewed tea or water 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup castile soap 3 tsp xanthan gum essential oils (about 30 drops-optional)

DIY Homemade Honey Shampoo. Get silky soft hair with this easy shampoo recipe! 1 Tbs. raw honey, 3 Tbs. filtered water and a few drops essential oil (optional)

HOME MADE COCONUT SHAMPOO 1/2 cup coconut milk 2/3 cup castile soap (I used Dr. Brooner's brand) 40 drops essential oil (I used jasmine) 2 teaspoons olive oil Combine all the ingredients in an empty shampoo bottle or jar and shake. I used a funnel to pour ingredients in the empty bottle. You can keep it in the shower for one to two months. Shake well before each use.

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The no-poo method: how to clean your hair without shampoo

DIY Shampoo 1/3 c castile soap, such as Dr. Bronner's) 1/3-2/3 c water (depending on how soapy you want it, I tend toward the lower end) 2 t. baking soda 1tsp. coconut oil, melted 5-15 drops essential oil, if desired