9 Amazing and Natural Homemade Shampoo Hacks

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Vodka Shampoo

Vodka has been proven to maintain the ph level of the hair. For an effective dandruff or dry scalp treatment, add 3 teaspoons of crushed rosemary to one cup of vodka. Let soak for a day or two, then strain and use as a rinse to remove build up or leave in for a scalp treatment. You can also add a shot of vodka to your favorite castile soap.

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Apple Cider Vinegar Conditioner

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) will smooth and strengthen your hair's cuticles, the outside layer of your hair that protects the shaft. After washing and rinsing your hair as usual, mix three parts water with one part ACV. You can add essential oils like lavender to cut down on the vinegar smell.

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Baking Soda Shampoo

Baking soda washes out hairsprays and waxes without permanently damaging your hair's cuticles. Mix one part baking soda with three parts water. Work into your roots and through the length of your hair. Let it sit for 1-3 minutes and then rinse with warm water.

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Coconut Milk Shampoo

Coconut Milk nourishes the hair and fills it with beneficial proteins. It also acts as a natural detangler. Mix one fourth cup of coconut milk, one-third cup of castile soap and a teaspoon of almond, olive or vitamin E oil. You can store this in your shower for up to one month.

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Honey Shampoo

Honey actually contains vitamins,minerals, and many healing properties. This mixture must be made on a single use basis to prevent spoilage. Heat 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 3 tablespoons of filtered water until they mix easily, add any preferred essential oils and work into your scalp as normal.

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Aloe Vera Shampoo

Aloe vera can treat hair loss, itchy scalp, and even dandruff. It can also help to restore shine and luster to hair, leaving it silky smooth. Mix together four tablespoons of natural aloe gel, 4 tablespoons of liquid castile soap, and 1 teaspoon of glycerin, which can be found at most drug stores. This is particularly good if you get a sunburned scalp.

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Avocado Shampoo

Avocado oil can work wonders on the hair, promoting growth and adding shine. Blend the meat from one ripe avocado, 2 tablespoons of baking soda and one-quarter cup of warm water until smooth. Work this shampoo into the entire length of your hair.

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Egg Shampoo

Egg treatments have been shown to improve the strength of hair, as well as to condition and moisturize. Whisk together one egg, 1 teaspoon of raw honey, half a cup of warm water, and a splash of lemon juice. Prep hair with small amount of your favorite nurturing oil and work the egg mixture into you hair.

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Black Tea Shampoo

Black Tea contains lots of antioxidants and can make your hair stronger. The caffeine also helps to stimulate hair growth. Mix together 1 gallon of brewed tea (about eight bags of tea), half a cup of baking soda, and one-quarter cup of castile soap. Use less water for a thicker consistency. Experiment with different teas for other scents and nurturing properties.

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What is a good natural product shampoo?

  that is a Vcare Shampoo cause it contains of Lingzhi extract & with the nano technology can realy clean off the oil & dust.
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