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    Mommy Solution #5- Little Owl Crunchy Momma shared her mommy solution to using shampoo without chemicals.  You must read her post: Haven’t Washed my Hair in Three years.

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Are you looking for a natural, healthy way to wash and condition your hair? If you have not tried homemade shampoo bars yet you are missing out. They are known to eliminate frizz and soften hair. In fact, you may not even need a conditioner after use. This DIY beauty recipe for rosemary shampoo bars requires just 4 ingredients and takes only minutes to make (excluding cooling time to harden). Though rosemary essential oil is great for hair growth and shine, feel free to customize this homemade b

diy shampoo: Shampoo: 3 parts water, 1 part baking soda. Essential oils. I just pump the mixture on my scalp and massage in. It takes me about ten pumps. No need to put it all over my hair–that would take forever! I just want to nix the dirt, skin cells, oils etc that collect on my crown and be done with it.