DIY Black African Soap Shampoo for Dry Hair

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Not all shampoos are made the same and some natural curly hair girls think that using shampoo means drying out the hair. But this is far from the truth. The key to finding a good shampoo for our curly hair is basically reading all the ingredients in it, making sure that they are safe for our hair and won’t dry it out. And there’s nothing better than making your very own Diy Black African Soap Shampoo for dry hair with your favorite ingredients.

Black African soap is amazing for our hair and skin. It is made out of plantain skin, cacao, Shea butter, palm oil and skin. It has an earthy almost unscented smell. It is completely natural, a great source of vitamin A, Vitamin E, and iron which makes this soap super nourishing and with a lot of healing properties both for skin and hair.

Black African soap is used to treat acne and other skin problems. It cleans and makes the skin healthy and radiant.
This DIY shampoo cleans the hair removing oil and dirt while leaving the hair soft and manageable. It is also a huge help to battle dandruff and itchy scalp.

DIY Black African Soap Shampoo for Dry Hair ingredients:
1 oz. Black African soap
1 tbs almond oil
1 tbs jojoba oil
1 tbs vegetable glycerin
10 drops lavender oil
10 drops rosemary oil

Preparation:
Grate the black African soap, you can also cut it into small pieces. Then add 1 cup of warm-hot water, stir until completely dissolved.
Then add the vegetable glycerin, almond oil, jojoba oil, and the essentials oils (lavender and rosemary). Stir very well until all the ingredients are mixed together.
Pour the Diy black African soap shampoo in a bottle with an easy applicator.

If you like tea tree oil you can add a few drops as well, specially if you have itchy and dry hair.
Use it as your normal shampoo and enjoy a clean, healthy, and long hair.

Este articulo esta disponible en: Español





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