Fresh, homemade beauty recipes and homemade hair products like shampoo and conditioner can be as good as or even better than commercial bought ones.
They're a more natural way to clean and condition, rather than putting your hair and scalp through a barrage of unnatural products.
The live cultures and stimulating enzymes in homemade hair care make them unbeatable for bringing life and vitality to your hair, for a fraction of the cost. Why waste your money on something that either doesn't work, or isn't as good as something you could make at home?
Once you have the basic homemade hair care recipes down, you can start experimenting with unusual scents to create calming, stimulating, or rejuvenating shampoos and conditioners that suit your mood or personality.
Homemade hair treatments make excellent little gifts as well! So get to work and turn yourself into a hair care expert!
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Click on the links below to see some Great Hair Treatments. They were all written by other visitors to Savvy Homemade...
Prevent Hair Loss and Dandruff
Work Extra Virgin Olive Oil into your hair and scalp. Use enough that your hair looks like it is wet from swimming or shampooing. Gather it and pin...
Swimmers Hair Treatment
This conditioning treatment works wonders on dry damaged hair, it has been a staple in my routine for years. Enjoy! 3oz Aloe vera juice 1 ripe Avocado...
Homemade Conditioning Scalp Massage
I wanted to share my homemade conditioning scalp massage with others who maybe suffering with a sensitive and itchy scalp, its a massage you can do yourself...
Home Hair Dye
Here's my home hair dye recipe containing rhubarb and chamomile! Due to the chemicals added in today's hair dyes, I seem to have an allergic reaction...
For more glossy healtheir looking hair
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Use a few dashes of normal viniger with your conditioner and leave in for a few minutes and wash off then use a small amount of shampoo again to get rid...
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Great ideas, I am going to use two of these recipes tomorrow! The boys will luv them!
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