This hand-made soap is made with coconut, shea butter, avocado, almond, and olive oil. It makes a nice and rich lather. I made this shampoo is made with an infusion of chamomile. I also added chamomile essential oil Once you start using homemade shampoo you’ll never go back to commercials shampoo. Shampoo bars are lauded for being gentler, cleansing hair without stripping it. Plus you’ll use less plastic, which is very good for the environment.
Shea Butter deeply moisturizes hair and scalp, while coconut oil protects hair from heat and chemical damage.
Begin by watering your hair. Take the solid bar of shampoo to pass it underwater, and use the bar directly on your hair. Massaging top to bottom your scalp and your hair. Add water as necessary. Rinse abundantly. Repeat if desired. Allow your shampoo bar to dry completely between each use. Your hair will be shiny without build-up.
You can also use your shampoo for the body!
If you are using commercial shampoo, it will take a couple of times to get used to solid shampoo. The commercial shampoo leaves a residue on your hair (often silicone), so it will take a couple of shampoos to wash it up. Shampoo bars last longer than liquid shampoos.
I just love using a homemade shampoo bar. It’s good for my hair, plus it is good for the environment, as I am using less plastic.
Handmade with love in Montréal.