Recipe for shampoo

19-02-2018 Innovo
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Learning how to make shampoo can be a very rewarding experience, and prepare homemade soap. It can also take good care of their hair and avoid use different chemical ingredients that are often questionable and are in commercial shampoos.

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For example, a chemical commonly found in shampoo purchased in the store is sodium sulphate, which acts as a wetting agent to help the shampoo produce large amounts of foam. It has also been classified as a mutagen that can damage cellular DNA because it breaks easily and release lipid fat, leaving the skin and causing hangover is unable to retain moisture.

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It is difficult to make shampoo at home. Similarly, it can also help save some money if you prepare your own shampoo. Of course, you should use all natural ingredients, such as Castile soap distilled water, organic herbs, essential oils. Castile soap is made from vegetable sources such as olive oil, coconut, hemp, soy, almond or jojoba. Most health food stores make this type of liquid soap, mixed with fresh and dried herbs.

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You need some additional supplies and equipment on hand to make your own shampoo, these are some of them:

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* 8 ounce containers for shampoo. This could be a shampoo bottle previously used, which washes well.

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* A large pot.

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* A bowl of tempered glass.

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* Mesh strainer.

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* Funnel.

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All herbs give different properties, so you can personalize your own formula to create beauty products homemade, all according to your hair type and color.

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Lavender and rosemary are suitable for all hair types. Greasy hair responds well to mint and lemon, while nourishes dry hair shampoo made with comfrey flowers. Sage and nettle added shine to dark hair, while chamomile is ideal for light hair. If dandruff is a problem, try using comfrey, white willow bark or mint.

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To make shampoo at home, you must first decide between two or three utilizaciçon herbs according to your hair type and color. Then, proceed as sigueinte way:

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* 7 ounces of distilled water should be boiled in a saucepan. Then remove from heat.

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* Add about 6 tablespoons of herbs to the pot and cover. Let the herb mixture sit for 30-45 minutes.

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* Squeeze herbs, reserving the liquid in a glass container. Let cool completely liquid.

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* Add 4 tablespoons liquid castile soap to shampoo bottle ready.

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* Go through the fluid funnel cast a herbal shampoo bottle; cover. Shake gently before each use.

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Note that when you shampoo at home, you may not lather in the same degree as the commercial shampoo, this is because it is free of chemicals. However, that does not mean your homemade shampoo less effective in cleaning and conditioning. In fact, it is likely to find hair in better condition after using the shampoo home.