Make Organic Shampoo it's Healthy for Your Hair.
How to Make Organic Shampoo
If you’re interested in doing something healthy for your hair, why not consider learning how to make your own organic shampoo? You are not
merely limited to shampoo either. You can learn how make to organic conditioner, detangler and even an organic shampoo to help stop hair loss. The only major difference between organic hair products and store-bought chemical varieties, aside from the chemical additives, is that the organic versions have an expiration date and might need to be refrigerated.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe for an organic clarifying shampoo which will add shine and bounce to your hair, and it’s made with common ingredients found right in your own kitchen. The only equipment you will need is a bowl and a spoon!
Combine the following:
· 1 organic egg
· 1/2 teaspoon olive oil
· 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
· 1/2 cup water
· 1 cup gentle shampoo such as baby shampoo
Whisk the ingredients together for a few minutes and you’re done! Pour the mixture into a previously used, rinsed out shampoo bottle then shampoo and rinse as usual. This organic shampoo will last in your refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Eggs are really great for adding shine to your hair. Here’s a quick, once-a-month organic shampoo treatment that is really easy to make.
Now you know how to make organic shampoo. Although it might not sound like the most appealing approach to hair care, it will leave your hair with a nice sheen and softness. Mix one or two eggs together and work them into your hair. Let the eggs dry, then rinse with a vinegar and water solution. Voila! Soft, shiny, healthy hair!
You can condition your hair with eggs also. Combine a couple of organic eggs with a little lemon juice and use after shampooing to give your hair incredible shine.
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