NATURAL COCONUT MILK SHAMPOO BARS - LITTLE DIY
Shampoo bars are getting quite popular because they are very easy to use and carry around! Also not to forget, they look pretty in your bathrooms. Shampoo bars are quite expensive as compared to the READ MORE...
Therapeutic Cold Process Shampoo Bar Recipe
The therapeutic homemade shampoo bar is one of the best recipes I've ever used. It has a delightful aroma that lasts, and it really does revive flat, dull hair.
Marshmallow Root Shampoo Bar
I confess: I have tried the no-poo, wash-your-hair-with-baking-soda-method, and it is not for me! In fact, I kinda hate it. :( If I had to pick between commercial shampoo laden with chemicals and …
Sea Salt Shampoo Bar Recipe with Milk & Egg
Free of sulfates and surfactants, this sea salt shampoo bar recipe is made with simple ingredients for a healthy, natural hair care solution. Formulated using coconut oil for strong, shiny hair, this natural sea salt shampoo bar recipe also contains milk and egg to moisturize and condition hair.
Making Shampoo Bars - Countryside
Making shampoo bars is a very different process from making body soap in a lot of ways. Unlike body soap, it is important to limit the number of unsaponifiable substances in a bar made for hair.
How to Make Shampoo Soap Step by Step Video | Simple Life Mom
Video Tutorial: Shampoo Soap Step by Step. Learn how to make soap by watching each step. Find recipes for making your own shampoo bars on Simple Life Mom.
Henna Shampoo Bars
Henna is great for hair care. It is a natural deep conditioner that coats the hair shaft, seals in moisture and natural oils, tightens the cuticle, enhances body, adds loads of shine, and makes hair silky soft.
DIY: Homemade Shampoo Bar (Herbal Scented)
With all the chemicals in typical shampoo, making your own homemade shampoo bar is the most affordable option. And it's actually very easy to do!
Hair Shampoo Bars
I have made Castile soap for years and have shared my method and recipe here. Now I want to share my shampoo bar recipe. My FERAL hair still needs conditioner, but Mr. FT, on the other hand, does not use conditioner and doesn't seem to have the wild fly-aways! Here's a picture of both shampoo bars after a few uses. I have given you the recipe for the white bars. I love this wonderful calculator Majestic Mountain Sage has on their website. ALWAYS REMEMBER TO FOLLOW SAFE SOAP MAKING PROCEDURE…