How to Make Chemical Free Shampoo


How to Make Chemical Free Shampoo

how to make chemical free shampoo

Shampoo goes on your hair and scalp. That means that at least some portion of the shampoo you use absorbs into your bloodstream, through the scalp. Now, go grab a bottle of your shampoo. Find the ingredients list, and read it aloud. Can you pronounce all of the ingredients? If not, it can be scary! Whatever those ingredients are can be absorbing into your skin without you realizing it. Many times, these ingredients include hormone disruptors like Triclosan and sulfates like SLS. You don’t want any of that going onto your skin, let alone in it. Learn how to make chemical free shampoo so you can pronounce all your ingredients, and you know what’s going on that pretty head of yours!

What You Need

How to Make it

  1. In a mixing bowl, combine your coconut milk, castille soap, almond oil, and peppermint oil. Using a whisk, stir together all ingredients very well. Sometimes a hand mixer will cause too many suds while you’re making the shampoo.
  2. Using a funnel, put your new shampoo creation into your pump bottle. Shake lightly before using.
  3. To use, pump a generous amount into your hands, and pull through wet hair starting at the roots. Next, massage your scalp and make sure the shampoo is evenly distributed.
  4. Rinse your hair, and you’re good to go!

The coconut milk and almond oil will provide moisturizing properties and nutrients for your hair. The peppermint oil stimulates your scalp and the roots, and the scent is quite invigorating.  The castille soap allows the shampoo to easily create suds and rinse out. The pump bottle will make it easy to store and use your new shampoo. Now that you know how to make chemical free shampoo, what will you learn to make next?


2 responses to “How to Make Chemical Free Shampoo”

  1. Dee Trussell says:

    Is the coconut milk, CANNED coconut milk?

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