My hair stylist starting making organic beauty products and my girls and I love her Rose Shampoo and Rinse though she doesn’t sell it on her Etsy store, Joli Savons.
I decided to try to make shampoo myself. I found a recipe that was pretty easy and played around with it until it worked for my hair. Instead of two products — shampoo and rinse — I wanted a shampoo that moisterized and volumized with just one product.
This is what I came up with:
2 ounces Dr. Bronner’s Rose Castile Soap
1/2 teaspoon Organic Rose Argan Oil
30 drops Rose Essential Oil
You also need:
A jar or container to store the shampoo in. I use a small mason jar but you can use an old shampoo container.
Combine the infused water with the rest of the ingredients. Mix gently and store in the container.
That’s it. It’s pretty easy! I like that this shampoo is easy to make. The shampoo is a little watery, but it lathers up nicely. This DIY shampoo lasts me about 3 weeks and leaves my hair very soft. I would note that it does sting if it gets into your eyes so don’t use for children.
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