Make Your Own Shampoo
by risingsun
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Recipe Make Your Own Deodorant   6 y  
Make Deodorant without Aluminum
 
HOW TO MAKE JUNGLEMAN ALL-NATURAL DEODORANT FROM HOME Ingredients: 1 ounce palm oil (preferably of the sustainable variety from non-peatlands) 4 ounces corn starch 2 ounces baking soda 1 drop tea tree oil Directions: In a small pot, slowly heat the palm oil on low heat until it is completely transparent and clear yellow. Turn off the burner. Allow this to cool enough so that it is not scalding hot, but has not congealed into solid chucks yet. Add 1 drop of tea tree oil to the oil and mix thoroughly. Add the baking soda to the palm oil/tea tree oil mixture, and stir unt ...   read more



 
Coconut Oil Really Works!   9 y  
I found this posted in the hair loss forum and thought it sounded right. I have been suffering from hair loss and premature graying of hairs for last few months after two consecutive pregnancies. Initially I never thought that I have to take some serious step but when my grey hairs started peeping out, I was really shocked. I started using coconut oil mixed with equal amounts of olive oil & castor oil and few drops of lemon juice. (I discovered this home remedy for hair loss after a tiring research) Though I have used it a few times and I am not sure about grey hairs but it is really wonderful to use. My hair loss has diminished, my hairs feel shinier & softer and I am really fresh and cool. You can also try this if you have any hair problem but be patient may be a different proportion of ingredients will work for you.
 
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Hair Restoration Tips   10 y  
As a substitute for shampooing with harmful chemicals to restore my hair health and give my hair new growth, I have tried many less harmful things than abrasive cleansers and toxic scents made with petrochemicals.
 
Neem oil is one ingreient that I would find a way to add to my hair treatment for thinning hair. Neem oil comes from the neem plant found in India. It may be purchased online or at most any heath food store. It has many amazing properties. It does not smell very good though. There are a few ways that I have used it. 1. I massage it into my scalp. Use sparingly. 2 put a towel on my head; 3. leave the towel on my head all night; 4. Rinse out in the morning with diluted apple cider vinegar; 1 Cup of Apple Cider in one gallon jug of warm water. You can use the cheap stuff you get ...   read more



 
Prevent Hairloss   10 y  
NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR BALDNESS / HAIR LOSS Baldness or alopecia refers to the falling of hair or absence of hair on the head. It is the most common disorder among men. Hair is found on each and every part of the body except the hands, palms and soles of the feet. Hair is formed in minute pockets in the skin called follicles. An up growth at the base of follicle produces hair when a special group of cells turn amino acids into keratin, a type of protein, of which hair is made. The rate of production of these building blocks determines hair growth. There is a balance in the hair growth and falling of hair. Any problem in the body system can disturb this balance causing more of hair loss and finally baldness
 
Types of Baldness / Hair Loss Male pattern baldness - This condition can occur at any age and is mostly hereditarycondition. It results in total hair loss in a short period. Female pattern baldness - The hair gets thin from all over the scalp except the front line and it doesn’t results in complete hair loss Causes of Hair Loss The main cause of hair loss is inadequate nutrition. Persons with deficiency of folic acid are the most sufferers. The various other causes of hair loss that ultimately results in baldness are: * Age factor * Genetic factor * Hormonal changes * Stress * ...   read more



 
Remedies for Hair Care   10 y  
NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR HAIR CARE Hair is formed in minute pockets in the skin known as follicles. An up growth at the base of the follicle, called papilla produces hair. Hair is made up of keratin, a type of protein. They tend to be the body’s barometer that indicates good health or the poor health. There are three types of hair that grow on the human scalp and they are:
 
Dry hair Dry hair looks dull and is often difficult to control after shampooing. They have dry and split ends. When the oil glands become inactive they make the hair dry. Dry hair needs lot of care and nourishment. They tend to be thin, rough and brittle. Home Remedies For Dry Hair * To a cup of coconut milk add two tablespoons of gram flour. Apply on the scalp and massage gently. Rinse the hair after five minutes. Use this method once a week. * Make a conditioner by mixing one tablespoon of castor oil, one tablespoon of glycerin, a teaspoon of cider vinegar, a teaspoon of protein to ...   read more



 
Essential Oils:Hair Care   11 y  
Adapted from Rosemary Gladstar's Family Herbal, by Rosemary Gladstar. Have you ever noticed how few people over 50 have shiny, healthy hair hair you'd die for? There aren't very many of them. Simple Solution: Though it may be part of the natural aging process to lose some of your crowning glory, it's not a natural process for it to lose its gleam and glow. This lack of life is almost always due not to aging but to the unhealthy practices of overwashing, blow drying, and using chemical products such as sprays, perms, and gels. Health, natural hair care is basically a very simple undertaking. Here are some tips of how essential oils can help!
 
Essential Oils for Hair Care More Bath & Shower Solutions Basil: Oily hair … promotes growth Chamomile: Fine to normal hair … gives golden highlights Clary sage: All types of hair … dandruff treatment Lavender: Normal hair … Scalp treatment for itchiness, dandruff, and even lice! Lemon: Oily hair … Gives golden highlights; treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, lice, and underactive sebaceous glands Myrrh: Dry hair … Treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, lice, and underactive sebaceous glands Patchouli: Oily hair … Dandruff treatment Peppermint: Dry hair … Promotes hair gr ...   read more



 
Home Made Shampoo   11 y  
Egg & Lemon Clarifying Shampoo In a blender, combine 1-ounce olive oil, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, and ½ -teaspoon apple cider vinegar. Use as regular shampoo. Always place leftovers in a labeled glass container and refrigerate. Use within 4 days.
 
Hair Avocado & Coconut Milk Hair Conditioner Combine mashed avocado with some coconut milk. Comb it through the hair and let sit for 10 -15 minutes, rinse out. Egg Hair Conditioner 1 teaspoon baby oil 1 egg yolk 1 cup water http://inspie3.home.mindspring.com/beauty.htm#hair Beat the egg yolk until its frothy, add the oil then beat again. Add to the water. Massage into the scalp and throughout your hair. Rinse well. Egg & Olive Oil Hair Mask Shampoo and towel dry hair. Mix two whole eggs with four tablespoons of olive oil. Smooth through hair. Wrap head with p ...   read more



 
Soap Nut Shampoo   11 y  
Herbal Shampoos Herbs as cleansing agents have been used since ancient times for hair washes. These herbs have very little lathering quality. Make your own home made Herbal Shampoo with this recipe. This shampoo cleans gently. It eliminates all the dirt and oil from your hair and scalp, without depriving the scalp of its natural oil. It also restores the pH balance of the scalp.
 
Herbal Shampoos Herbs as cleansing agents have been used since ancient times for hair washes. These herbs have very little lathering quality. Make your own home made Herbal Shampoo with this recipe. This shampoo cleans gently. It eliminates all the dirt and oil from your hair and scalp, without depriving the scalp of its natural oil. It also restores the pH balance of the scalp. Ingredients: Soap nut 15.00 g Soap pod-Acacia 15.00 g Hibiscus 10.00 g Water 100.00 ml Preparation: 1. Crack the soap nuts and discard its seeds. 2. Crack the soap pods and crush the seeds. 3. ...   read more



 
No Shampoo Routine   11 y  
This is a summary of the "No Shampoo Routine" that was published @ http://motowngirl.com/no_shampoo.php about Lorraine Massey's book called, "Curly Girl" ***I have added a few remarks
 
Lorraine Massey says in her book. ”Curly Girl http://motowngirl.com ”Curlies should not use shampoo. There are a few mild shampoos out there, but most contain sodium laurel sulfate and/or sodium laureth sulfate. These ingredients will dry out your hair. Hair needs moisture - especially curly/coily hair. You can use a conditioner to ”wash” your hair and it will get your hair clean. Her theory is that using friction from your fingertips along with water and conditioner gets the hair and scalp clean.” *** The alternative chosen by the author is to use a ”Conditioner Wash” but is this ...   read more



 
Shampoo in the Pantry   11 y  
Over the centuries women have come up with their own remedies for hair care, from the garden or the pantry. The recipes listed are all very interesting and have a certain amount of benefit. I didn’t find any that are harmful. As a hairdresser, with color-enhanced hair, I will feel safer sticking to my LC Legacy Shampoo and Conditioner. However, if I’m ever stranded at home with no shampoo, I’ll know what to do!
 
Natural Hair Care - Shampoo From the Pantry Fashion minded women have been mixing their own hair care potions from ingredients found in their pantry for hundreds of years. Some recipes have been handed down from generation to generation remaining intact. Others are completely individual, altered depending on what is in the cupboard or what the ‘cook’ feels like using. You may recognize some of these recipes, shared with me by friends. They may seem very strange to you. They are all natural. From BellaOnline Editor Rae Schwarz: Rae never uses shampoo. Instead, she mixes brown sugar ...   read more



 
Tea/Coffee Hair Rinses?   11 y  
Dear Karen, My auntie had waist length thick black hair that was gorgeous. After she died I asked my mom how Auntie Ruth had such shiny black hair, even into her later years. My mom said she thought that Auntie used either coffee or tea as a final rinse. Unfortunately my mom did not know the exact details and so I am at a loss to try and figure this out. Have you ever heard of such a thing before? If so, do I use instant coffee, brewed coffee or what is the deal? A friend thought that I might be able to avoid the muss and the fuss and just buy the drip of the day from Starbucks and pour that over my head.
 
Hmmmm....Starbucks brew of the day as a rinse? I never thought of that before but you know, it could potentially work. The important point to note is to make sure you don’t pour it on your head while it is still hot. Lukewarm to cool would be the proper temperature to avoid burns or scalding to your sensitive scalp. Since you asked several questions, I will try to answer them in sequence. Yes, people have been pouring fresh brewed tea and coffee on their hair for centuries. Basically as long as there has been tea and coffee in the world, it has been used for various beauty treatm ...   read more



 
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Read the list of ingredients on your shampoo and consider this. 60% of chemicals that come in contact with your skin are absorbed into your body. Shampoos contain many harmful chemicals that may be harmful to my health and also be unhealthy to my hair. My hair has been thinning for a few years but recently I have had a dry patch of hair on the crown of my head. In the same clump of hair are also my first grey hairs. I have been researching different recipes of shampoos. I have created this blog to collect as much information as I can about shampoos that prevent hairloss and restore my grey hai… more...

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