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  • A Waiz

    Have been looking for a homemade shampoo recipe. I just may try this one! 1/4 cup coconut milk (Like I said, you can either make your own, or use store-bought) 1/3 cup liquid castile soap (like Dr. Bronner’s) 1 tsp vitamin E, olive or almond oil 10 to 20 drops your choice of essential oils (I used lavender. Next time I think I’ll do something citrusy just for fun. :-)

  • letitia johansen

    Tutorial and recipe for DIY, homemade Coconut Shampoo: 1/4 cup coconut milk, 1/3 cup liquid castile soap, 1 tsp vitamin E, olive or almond oil, and 10-20 drops of essential oils.

  • Desiree Duvall

    Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo made from coconut milk, liquid castile soap, vitamin E or almond oil, and essential oil of choice. There are also recipes for a Hair Mask (honey and olive oil) and a Deep Hair Conditioner (avocado, olive oil, water, and heavy cream).

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Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo: 1/4 cup coconut milk (Like I said, you can either make your own, or use store-bought)1/3 cup liquid castile soap (like Dr. Bronner’s)1 tsp vitamin E, olive or almond oil10 to 20 drops your choice of essential oils (I used lavender. Next time I think I’ll do something citrusy just for fun. :-)

Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo... @Olivia Merrill check this out! We need to try this

Homemade Coconut Milk and Coconut Milk SHAMPOO (Revised) | One Good Thing by Jillee

Tried 1 tablespoon baking soda with some drops of tea tree essential oil, then added 1 cup warm water, poured some in hair, massaged it all over scalp, left in about 1 minute, then rinsed out. Hair and scalp felt great after the first use.

"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."

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

DIY: Homemade Shampoo and Conditioner. Shed your winter dry, dull, faded hair and itchy scalp by making homemade shampoo and conditioner. You can restore your hair’s natural beauty with herbal shampoos.

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.

DIY home made natural deep hair conditioner via One Good Thing by :: "1/4 cup coconut milk (Like I said, you can either make your own, or use store-bought) 1/3 cup liquid castile soap (like Dr. Bronner’s) 1 tsp vitamin E, olive or almond oil 10 to 20 drops your choice of essential oils (I used lavender. Next time I think I’ll do something citrusy just for fun. :-) "

Baking Soda Cleansing 1 quart boiling water 1/4 c. baking soda Add the soda to the water and mix or shake until dissolved. Cool prior to use. Apply liberally to hair and scalp, shaking first if necessary. Massage into scalp and hair then rinse well.