Making Your Own Shampoo

Are you sick and tired of the high-priced shampoos that are on the market today? You want to be self-sufficient, but you still keep on buying those shampoos because you need to keep your hair clean. What if you could make your own shampoo? Think about the benefits that can provide.

Benefits of Homemade Shampoo

First, when you have homemade shampoo, you’re not going to be spending as much money on those expensive brands in the store or at the salon. Consider howMaking your own shampoo much money you spend on shampoo each year for your entire family.
A bottle of high-quality shampoo can cost between $10 and $15 per bottle. Of course, there are some that are much more. For the purpose of this example, we will say that you are buying shampoo that’s about $10 a bottle, and you’re going through two of those bottles each month for your entire family. That’s only $20 a month, but it equates to $240 per year. You can surely find a better way to spend that money.
In addition to saving money, you will know exactly what ingredients are going into the shampoo. This means you don’t have to worry about unpronounceable chemicals being placed on you and your family. When you look at the recipe we’ve included here, you will see just how easy it is to keep your hair clean and to keep all those chemicals at bay.

The Simplest Recipe

This is going to be one of the simplest shampoo recipes – or any recipe for that matter – you’ll ever find. It’s been around for quite a while, and it works well.
You need to have one tablespoon of baking soda and 1 cup of water. Mix those two ingredients together, and put in an old shampoo bottle. That’s all there is to it. Once you’ve made the shampoo, you just have to shake the bottle, little dab on your hand, and wash your hair just as you normally would. It’s good for any type of hair, and you don’t have to worry about stripping away the natural oils.
Once again, baking soda has proven to be one of the best items that any homesteader can have on hand. If you want to make sure you’re saving the most money, then you might want to buy in bulk. This way, you can use the baking soda for other tasks as well, including cleaning and brushing your teeth.

Getting Fancy

While the preceding recipe is very simple and it is all that most people are ever going to need, you might want to treat yourself to something a little bit different once in a while. To do that, you can add a bit of essential oils to the shampoo mixture to give it some scent. You can also add in a teaspoon of honey.
As long as you are using natural ingredients, you can add quite a few different things to the shampoo and still keep it safe to use for any type of hair and any type of skin.

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15 thoughts on “Making Your Own Shampoo

  1. Ethan,
    Now let me get this straight. Baking soda and water is the recipe? Nothing else? My hairdresser has had me use baking soda to remove hair spray and build up from products but I’ve never heard of using as a shampoo.
    Thank you.

  2. Baking soda is extremely alkaline and may alter the ph balance of your hair and cause breakage. I like rye flour better. 3tblsp with water to the consistency of yogurt. Massage into hair and rinse with 1/4c ACV to 6c water. Been my go-to for over a year with many compliments. Your hair will feel and smell clean for a long time, even if you exercise and sweat.

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  3. Just amazing. Will use it for next wash. I also like Bicarb in water for indigestion and pain from that cause…great stuff thank you.

  4. The baking soda alone with water is a very bad idea. It’s too basic. The scalp needs to be slightly acid or it will provide a good environment for fungus growth. In fact our skin really should be slightly acid because it defends against pathogens.

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