Learn How To Make Your Own Shampoo, No Pooh, Hair Conditioner, Hair Masks and Much More!

blond hair henna recipe

Blond Hair Henna Recipe

Using henna as a hair dye is an effective alternative to commercial hair products, especially when it comes to covering gray hair!

no poo shampoo recipe

HIbiscus Soap Less Shampoo - No Pooh!

That’s it…I finally have gone NO POO! Here is one of my favorite recipe Hibiscus & Soapwort Shampoo….

Egg Shampoo Recipe

Egg Shampoo Recipe

Raw eggs contain proteins and essential nutrients such as iron, vitamin A, D, E, B12, Selenium etc… It helps to strengthen hair follicles.

Cocoa Whipped Body Butter

Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe

Another wonder from Morocco, Rahssoul clay has been used for over 12 centuries and is rich is magnesium, silica, potassium and calcium…

Coconut Anti Dandruff Recipes

Coconut Anti Dandruff Recipe

With the season change, our scalp can become dry, itchy and flaky. This easy Natural Anti Dandruff Recipe with coconut oil will work wonders on those nasty flakes…

Top 3 Oils For Hair Conditioning

Top 3 Oils For Hair Conditioning

Bad hair day? Don’t despair! Here are my top 3 oils for hair conditioning….

Exotic and Nourishing Hair Mask

Exotic and Nourishing Hair Mask

Perfect for dry hair. Avocados contain more than 25 essential nutrients and vitamins, such as Vitamin E and B-vitamins…

Hair Care Recipes

Learn How To Make Your Own hair care recipes such as Shampoo, No Pooh, Hair Conditioner, Hair Masks and Much More! A lot of fun and easy DIY hair care recipes you can do right in your kitchen!

Switching from commercial shampoo to homemade organic natural shampoo (Aka going No Poo) is not an easy affair…we have been so brainwashed by advertising that washing our hair MUST involve some kind of massive bubble making.

You may think that the more bubbles and lather your shampoo makes, the cleaner you hair will be?…this is a common misconception!

No need for bubbles to have clean hair.  Commercial shampoos contain harsh chemicals such as detergents, synthetic materials and stabilizers.

Just google methylisothiazoline, sodium laureth, and sodium lauryl sulfate which are common shampoo ingredients and you will never EVER buy another commercial shampoo. According to scientific studies, these chemicals contribute to cancer, liver disorders, hormones disruptions and neurological diseases…

I hope this natural hair care recipes will inspire you to switch to home-made shampoo and nourishing treatments.

Patience is key as is PH balance. Human hair and scalp has a slightly acidic pH balance of between 4.5 and 5.5. This natural hair acidity prevents fungi and bacteria in the hair and scalp, and keeps the cuticle closed and healthy. If you have dandruff, it means your scap is too alcaline. Test your current shampoo with some pH strips (also called litmus test paper strip) ; it’s cheap and easy to use and take out the guess work.

I hope you will enjoy those natural and organic hair care recipes as much as I do!


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I’m Eve, certified aromatherapist, DIY organic skincare recipe creator by night (that loves to make a big mess in the kitchen!), and digital marketer by day.