Reply 1 year ago. Just don't add water to it. The castile soap is already liquid, so adding water to it really isn't necessary. Reply 2 years ago. Castile Soap at least Dr.
Bronner's is concentrated. Otherwise it can be overly drying or too harsh on your skin and hair. The Dr. Bronner's website for dilutions also instructs this. I've use it both ways and I have very dry skin and eczema. Diluting the soap makes my skin and hair much happier. Reply 4 years ago on Introduction. Wow I don't know why it doesn't leave residue on you. Maybe you have more acidic water than our well water has? It leaves horrible sticky residue on my skin.
I tried it one time and threw it away! I had the same issue I used it for the first time last night and I felt like my hair was sticky as well as my hands and I had a horrible time trying to brush it out I used a wide tooth comb and that even felt sticky! I let my hair dry thinking maybe it was just while it was wet and I looked like I did when the stylist fried my hair it was nasty looking and felt awful! Firstly, thanks for this instructable scoochmaroo, it's been very eye-opening for me : Secondly, I have a question about the water I bought a big container of deionised after a shop assistant assured me they were the same, only to get home and google it to find that actually, they are slightly different.
Do you have any idea if it will do the job? Cheers R.source
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Reply 9 years ago on Step 2. That's brilliant! I am planning to use it the same way I've just refilled all my hand wash dispensers and shower gel bottle with a batch It just smells so damn nice :D Thanks again. I have found that castille soap works great for me. Takes around 2 oz to wash my hair below the shoulder and entire body. It takes a while to adjust to this kind of shampoo. Because it's so runny, you need to use enough, to really get a lather up. I had an extreme reaction to hair dye, about 6 years ago, which has left me unable to use, even the mildest of shampoos.
I HAD to make this work, and I'm really happy with the results. I found a recipe on eHow, that uses chamomille tea, instead of water. Reply 4 years ago. Just wondering about the tea, so you add 1 cup of water to boil and add 8 teabags to it?
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About: Check out my etsy shop too! Add Teacher Note. This shampoo is great for normal hair, or as a base to add your own scents. This shampoo is best for dry hair! Store in a bottle and always shake well before using.
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Apply to hair and allow to sit for a few minutes. Rinse well with cool water. Soothe Shampoo Ingredients: 1 cup distilled water 1 cup castille soap - try Lavender! To banish a flaky scalp, try this DIY shampoo!
Wet the hair with warm water and shampoo the mixture into the hair well. Rinse with warm water.
Cover and refrigerate leftovers. Discard after 3 days! Fragrant and lively, try this shampoo recipe to add shine to your hair! This is a great shampoo for any hair type. It smells amazing! Mix the tea tree oil and vanilla into the water. Add soap. Let the shampoo cool, and then place the top on tightly. This can be made in bulk and stored in a cool, dry environment. No Poo Shampoo Ingredients: 1 tsp Baking soda Apple cider vinegar 4 oz Water Put 1 tsp baking soda in a cup or mug to take into the shower with you.
No 'Poo Troubleshooting There may be a transition period from two weeks to two months depending on the person. Here are a few tips: If your hair becomes frizzy, try using less baking soda or leaving it on for a shorter period of time.
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I will be trying it out for my rosacea. My face is sometimes dry and sometimes really oily. This sounds lovely! I use coconut oil mostly in my products. But this sounds very nice! I have a question though. I make everything myself. The body care products are a fairly new addition to my jewelry making.
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I have had great success with my all natural and organic body scrubs and soaps. I wanted to start also making lotions. However after putting it in the containers, after about 4 days it seems to have seperated or hardened. The water and scent comes out but not the lotion itself. It worked fine at first. Is there a way I can keep this from happening? And is there a natural preservative I could add so that I could make bulk stock to keep on hand like my soaps and scrubs? Good luck to you. Hi, I made a batch similar to this recipe, and as a preservative I used grapefruit seed citricidal extract available from health food stores.