With only three ingredients, this DIY shampoo recipe couldn't be easier! Plus it has a citrus kick that will make your showers sweet and energizing. Make some for yourself or as a special, homemade gift for friends and family. They'll be smelling sweet, and thanking you in no time!
Dispense a quarter-sized amount for washing your hair and lather up from scalp to tips. Rinse and repeat as needed. Will keep for up to 18 months.
Honey may seem an odd ingredient to use in a shampoo, but combined with the right ingredients, it can add body and health to your hair. Rosemary cleans and disinfects, and it helps to treat a flaky, imbalanced scalp.
Store in glass jar or other container, in a cool place. Shampoo should last 3-4 weeks.
Spritz this homemade hair mist onto dry hair to help tame frizz and fly-aways while restoring your hair’s health. The heart song essential oil blend contains essential oils such as rose absolute, which rejuvenate the hair and scalp. This spray is also ideal for adding definition to curly hair.SUPPLIES:
Shake well before each use. Spritz lightly onto dry hair and comb through with fingers.SHELF LIFE AND STORAGE INFORMATION:
Store in the refrigerator. Product should last up to 3 months.
This herbal infusion is light and non-oily, giving you shiny, healthy-looking hair. Calendula and comfrey are herbs traditionally used to treat dry hair and soothe an irritated scalp. Adding apple cider vinegar will help restore hair’s natural pH, while aloe vera helps detangle and moisturize.
Store in fridge to extend shelf life.TO USE:
Spray onto hair and comb through.