Does anyone have any good and cost effective recipes for shampoo and conditioner? The ones I have seen seem like the ingredients would cost more than commercial shampoos.
By Beth from Neldonville, OH
I think you are right. So go to Dollar store, get what you need. Good luck.
I use baking soda to wash and vinegar to rinse. Just mix the baking soda with water and use like shampoo and then rinse with about 1/2 cup vinegar 1/2 water mix. Rinse well. Hope this helps.
Soap nuts would be a great option here, however it does take a little effort on your part. They need to be lightly boiled down. Uses include; shampoo, body wash, laundry wash, hand wash, dish wash. As it is 100% natural, there is less likelihood to be a reaction, however even this should be tested on a small area on your wrist first. Also you have the option to add your own organic/ natural fragrances. Soapnuts can be purchased cheaply on Amazon. Sorry I'm not sure on a conditioner for hair nor clothes.
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