How to Make Homemade Shampoo


Part 1

Selecting Shampoo Ingredients

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    Understand your scalp’s pH balance. Your skin and scalp have a natural pH level between 4.5 and 5.5, and your shampoo and conditioner should have a pH level that matches your body.[1] Many homemade shampoo recipes call for products that are too alkaline (like baking soda) or too acidic (like vinegar) without balancing them out, meaning they won’t have the right pH level for your scalp. Signs that your hair care products don’t have the right pH level include:[2]

    • Eczema and psoriasis on the scalp
    • Mold or fungal infections
    • Dry or itchy scalp
    • Dandruff or flaking
    • Hair loss or breakage
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    Use moisturizing oils and ingredients. Along with traditional moisturizers like aloe, coconut oil, and olive oil, there are also many essential oils you can add to your shampoo to make it more moisturizing and nourishing. Especially if you have dry hair, try oils such as:[3]

    • Cedar wood and clary sage, which are also good for thin hair
    • Chamomile
    • Lavender and ylang-ylang
    • Rosemary and thyme
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    Find ingredients to treat other scalp issues. There are many hair-related problems that people suffer from, including brittle or dull hair, oily hair, hair loss, dry scalp, and dandruff. Luckily, there are also many essential oils available that are great for healthy hair, treating problems, and improving the look and feel of your hair.

    • To treat a dry scalp or dandruff, use lemon, lavender, tea tree, and rosemary in your shampoo.[4]
    • To strengthen your hair or help reduce hair loss, try clary sage, lavender, wild orange, rosemary, and peppermint.
    • For added luster and shine, try sweet basil, chamomile, and lavender.[5]
    • To treat oily hair, add some bergamot, cedar wood, lemon, pine, or ylang-ylang to your shampoo.[6]
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    Learn proper hair care techniques. While personal hygiene routines are quite personal, there are definitely some right and wrong ways of washing, drying, combing, and styling your hair that can lead to damaged and unhealthy hair.

    • Always work shampoo into a lather in your hands before applying it to your scalp. Massage your scalp with the shampoo to ensure you clean it properly and remove dirt and debris.[7]
    • Always use a wide-toothed comb to brush your hair, or if you want to use a brush, make sure it has plastic bristles that are tipped with protective balls.[8]

 

Source: wikihow. com


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