Are you tired of paying top dollar for shampoo that does an adequate at best job of cleaning your hair? Are you worried about the types of chemicals that you are putting in your hair and on your head and what those chemicals could do if they get absorbed through your scalp? We all are justifiably concerned about the types of products we are buying.
When all-natural doesn’t mean much more than the label it is printed on, our only option is to make it ourselves. What’s great about shampoo is that it is one of the easiest health and beauty products to make on our own. And more importantly, because it is so easy, we are in complete control of what the shampoo does and what is in it.
Store and salon bought shampoos are a confusing blend of varieties. But the one thing in common among all the brands, formulations and prices is that they are mass-produced. As a result, the unique characteristics of your hair are at the mercy of the conglomerate’s best guess about what everybody needs. If you have experienced the sheer agony of trying to brush out recently dyed hair that was washed with a shampoo that says it is great for colored hair, but doesn’t specify thick, colored hair, you know how important it is to take every factor into account.
Say goodbye to one-size fits all shampoos and look forward to recipes that are tailored to your own hair, every time you wash!