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  • diy shampoo?

    Anyone know of a diy shampoo that isnt stripping to the hair

  • #2
    I'm not sure what you mean by stripping. I make my own shampoo and I don't seem to have any problems with dryness or my hair not being clean. But look at this site maybe you can find what you are looking for. http://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Shampoo/
    Last edited by fruitbowlk; 08-07-2014, 08:30 AM.

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    • #3
      A lot of women dilute apple cider vinegar to cleans the hair. It's also supposed to restore your Ph levels. You can buy it at any grocery store.

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      • #4
        Thank you ladies

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        • #5
          I make a morrocan mud wash that is awesome. My hair is always so happy on wash day. I sort of use Naptural85's along with some other you tubers recipe.... and usually its kind of adjusted based on what i think my hair needs...if its feeling dry or if i wanna add protein. But hers is a good starting off point if you are becoming a kitchenista
          It leaves your hair feeling silky and moisturized!

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          • #6
            Minimalist Beauty and Mountain Rose Herbal Hair Care.has great DIY recipes for herbal shampoos and conditioners. I am currently using Minimalist Beauty Yucca Root Powder Shampoo Recipe. One tablespoon of yucca root powder in two cups of water and blend in a food processor or blender. Because yucca root is very high in saponins it creates a very foamy smooth liquid that will gently cleanse the hair. It is easiest to use in a bottle with a concentrated applicator. (This is a water based recipe so plan to use whatever you make within a week and refrigerate.). You can purchase the powder at Natural Grocers ($2.25 for a small bag) or online.

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            • #7
              Dr Bronner almond soap, raw honey, coconut and avocado oil, aloe Vera gel coconut water and veg glycerin. Sent from my LG-D800 using CurlyNikki App

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              • #8
                I sometimes use Dr. Woods Castile soap along with added Aloe Vera juice (which lessens the bubbles considerably, but still cleans) and oils like Olive and Jojoba.
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                • #9
                  The home made prodcuts are always being very effective for hair loss and hair caring ..
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