These goat milk shampoo bars have a generous helping of castor oil to promote a great lathering experience, along with a full amount of goat’s milk for an added creamy and luxurious feel. Shea (or mango) butter helps to slightly harden the finished bars while providing moisturizing properties for scalp and hair.
If you can make homemade soap, then you can make shampoo bars. They are rich and creamy, smell wonderful, and best of all, they are good for your hair!
I stopped using shampoo in January 2012. Here’s a review of a book all about how to stop using shampoo and a post about what I do now.
Stop your reliance on store-bought shampoo! Your hair will be healthier with this simple DIY hair cleaning method (and you will never have to run to the store for shampoo again!)
Dry shampoo is all the rage right now. It not only helps you get out the door looking fab, but it’s good for you as well. Traditional shampoos (natural DIY versions excluded) are really harsh on hair. When they wash out the dirt, they wash out the natural oils as well. Unfortunately, all the conditioner […]
Looking for a natural (& cheap) recipe for shampoo? Look no further! This recipe can be tailored to you and will save you money in the long run!