August 18, 2015 by Andrea Dorsey

Natural Home Made Shampoo Remedies

If you are fed up with over-the-counter shampoos that contain chemicals, why not make your own. There are many natural home made shampoo remedies to be taken advantage of, and the best thing about them is that they are budget friendly and easy to prepare. Here are some of the most popular ones to prepare in the comfort of your home.

woman with beautiful hairThe ingredients you will need for this remedy include organic nettle, one tablespoon of panthenol solution, stinging nettle extract and castor oil. You must combine all the ingredients together in a glass jar and store in a cool and dark room. This shampoo can be used as a conditioner to improve your hair and prevent thinning. You will see results as soon as the first month, but you must continue using the nettle shampoo for at least four months. Due to the excellent properties of panthenol, your hair will not feel as dry as it used to be.

Another great DIY remedy is a baking soda shampoo. If you suffer from dandruff or itchy scalp, you will not believe the magical properties of this remedy. In fact, your hair will feel clean for up to a week. All you need to do is mix one tablespoon of baking soda with a cup of water and then massage it well into the scalp before rinsing it out with warm water.

No one can deny the cleansing properties of cucumbers and lemons. So why not mix them together and create unique shampoos for curing your dry hair. All you need to do is peel one lemon and one cucumber before blending them in a food processor. The entire process is simple and can be done within a few minutes. Once you get a smooth paste, you can apply it to your hair. Make sure you scrub well and rinse thoroughly.

shampooing hairHaving dry hair is not just frustrating, but you can end up spending a lot of money on numerous conditioners to restore the shine and softness of your locks. But this is all temporary and not recommended. The best thing you can do is use natural ingredients that do not burn a hole in your pocket.

One such remedy consists of two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, one cup of organic castile soap, one tablespoon of tea tree oil, and half a cup of water. You must mix all the ingredients before pouring them into a spray bottle. Remember to add a few drops of lavender or rosemary oil before applying to your hair.

You may already heard of rum and eff hair mask and have even explored this liquor for its amazing hair and scalp benefits. It makes a great DIY shampoo. Just mix half a cup of baby shampoo with a tablespoon of pure honey and add rum. Apply to the hair and leave it for 5 minutes to work its magic before rinsing out with warm water.