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10 DIY Shampoos

There are so many shampoos in stores that finding one that works for you can be time-consuming. The one thing they all have in common is all the chemicals in them. And if you do buy a natural shampoo, they tend to be very expensive. For those of us that love to make DIY products, here are a few shampoos that you can make at home. The best part is you can make a small batch of them until you find the perfect DIY shampoo for you.

1. DIY Natural Shampoo

This natural shampoo is a great natural alternative to store-bought shampoo. The fenugreek powder is a great detangler, and the rosemary oil and coconut milk have natural antibacterial properties. It’s quick and easy to put together and a healthy option for the whole family.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 5 minutes
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2. DIY Rose & Green Tea Shampoo

For a deep clean, this DIY shampoo is the option for you. They suggest just using once a week to avoid completely stripping your hair of all its healthy natural oils. Also, remember to refrigerate it because it does not contain any preservatives.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 minutes
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3. DIY Peppermint Shampoo

If you’re looking for a conditioning shampoo, this tutorial is an easy recipe for just that. The oil helps condition your hair as you wash it. You can use any essential oil, but peppermint is a good option because of its helpful benefits like promoting awareness and waking up the senses, along with its soothing properties.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 10 minutes
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4. DIY Aloe Vera Shampoo

With only three ingredients, a DIY aloe vera shampoo is another great option for a moisturizing, natural shampoo. Also, it is very good for detangling your hair.  Also, you can replace the almond oil with any other oil that you prefer.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 minutes
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5. DIY Shampoo for Thinning Hair

Flat, thin hair can be helped with this homemade shampoo. The jojoba oil is full of great nutrients for your hair and is a natural detangler. It is also known for restoring brittle hair and helping with hair growth.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 minutes
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6. DIY Shampoo for Growth and Repair

If you’re looking to help grow your hair and repair it, try this tutorial. The exact measurements of the ingredients can be changed depending on what your hair needs. For example, if your hair is dry, add more fenugreek. If it’s too oily, add more shikakai or if you have dandruff, add more neem.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
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7. DIY African Black Shampoo

For thick hair, this DIY African Black shampoo is a great way to wash and moisturize it. There are a lot of medicinal properties in African Black soap that get absorbed into your hair to help stimulate growth, repair hair, and heal your scalp. It is great for thick hair because it has a lot of cleaning power to break through all those layers of locks. Plus, the jojoba oil is a natural detangler.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 15 minutes
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8. DIY Shampoo (No Poo Method)

If you’re looking for a super easy No Poo Method only uses two ingredients. They are both common household items and can be mixed right before showering.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 minutes
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9. DIY Fermented Rice Water

There are a lot of proteins in rice water that are great for hair. It can help strengthen hair and repair brittle ends. This tutorial shows how to make fermented rice water for your hair. Any kind of rice will do, but organic rice will not have pesticides in them, and instant rice may not have all the same benefits.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 5 minutes + Overnight
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10. DIY Shampoo for Tight, Curly Hair

If you’re looking for a deodorant that has a more masculine scent, this tutorial is for you. There are other essential oils that can be used for the scent, or even a cologne could be used to get the exact scent you want.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
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Conclusion

Maintaining great hair with a DIY shampoo can be easy with these recipes. They can be customized for each individual and are safe enough for the whole family to use. Make sure to test these ideas out, add your own flair if you want, and let us know how it goes! For the health of your locks, though, make sure to check out these DIY hair masks as well.

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