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Shampoo Bar Soap Recipe - Nightly

Shampoo Bar Soap Recipe - Nightly
I begin my journey into soap making almost 2 years ago. It all started when I read this post and began to understand how easy and cost-effective making my own really is! I am by no means a soap making expert. I usually stick to pretty basic recipes and I haven’t experimented much with scents or creative designs. Hot processed soap is the way to go for me. Cold processed takes a long time to cure and I’m just to impatient for that! Determine Your Method There are so many recipes and soap-making methods out there. I would also recommend borrowing a few of these books from the library if you really find yourself wanting to know more: Handcrafted Soap by Dolores BooneThe Soapmaker’s Companion by Susan Miller CavitchThe Natural Soap Book by Susan Miller Cavitch Why shampoo bar soap and not just baking soda? What a great question! I have long hair and I was so frustrated. I really didn’t want to be dependent on store-bought shampoo! So I set out to create a solution! Gather The Supplies Alright! Lye

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This Juice Cured Gray Hair Before Any Hair Dyes Were Even Invented Maturing is a stage of life that we cannot avoid. Graying is part of that process and in one point on another we are all going to have gray hair. But the question is why is this happening? DIY Herbal Goddess Soapnuts Shampoo - TheHippyHomemaker When I first learned about making my own shampoo with soapnuts, I was very excited. I have been on a journey this year to learn the many ways that I can no-poo my hair and soapnuts was on the list to try out. After I first made this shampoo, I haven’t turned back.

How To Color Your Hair Using All Natural Herbal Ingredients Please Share This Page: Google + stumbleupon tumblr reddit No-Poo Alternatives to Baking Soda – Some Recipes If you’re a die-hard no poo-er (if you think that means some bizarre practice of forced constipation, then you’re not…) that gets tired of using baking soda as shampoo because it has no poo (you miss the suds) or because your hair or scalp is starting to get dry, then this post is for YOU! So, I haven’t washed my hair with shampoo for a year and eight months, using only baking soda/water as “shampoo” and apple cider vinegar as conditioner (see my no-poo post here). It keeps my hair squeaky clean and I’ve been very happy with it (I promise – it’s not disgusting!). The price is right (cheapest thing EVER!)

Highlight Your Hair Naturally And Save Tons Of Money On Hair Salons. Amazing Results Highlighted hair is one of the newest hair trends, and it can refresh your look and be the change you wanted to do for so long. However, if you can do it completely naturally and avoid damaging it, it would be the perfect variant! Moreover, you can avoid spending a ton of money in hair salons thus! Well, we will today reveal some remarkable natural ways to highlight your hair, and they consist of ingredients that are already in your kitchen! Why I don't no poo with baking soda or castile soap anymore Here’s Part 2 in my “No-Poo” series. In Part 1, I told you why it’s worth avoiding commercial shampoos and going the diy route. In this article, find out why I no longer use either baking soda or castile soap to wash my hair. Plus the one reason it may not work for you and what you should consider before going that route.

Homemade Lavender Soap Tutorial Last week I shared how to make honey brown sugar scrub and today I’m back with a soap tutorial. This lavender soap tutorial is so easy to make and only requires a few ingredients. Once you try soap making you’ll love making soap to give to friends and family. Homemade Natural Beauty Products – How to Make Coconut Milk Shampoo Today is the third consecutive day of beautiful weather here in Philly, so naturally it’s time to start thinking about summer. Whenever I do, the summer scents are always at the forefront of my mind: the sweet smell of the summertime air when you open your windows, the scent of fresh flowers as you walk through the garden, and, of course, coconut everything. Nothing brings about that summer feeling more than the delicious smell of coconut, and today I have a recipe that will lock that glorious summertime scent in your hair: homemade coconut milk shampoo. What you need: 1/2 cup coconut milk (this can be found in the international aisle at most supermarkets) 2/3 cup castile soap (this can be found at health food stores like Whole Foods. I always stick with Dr.

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