Beauty, Go Organic How To Make Natural Home Made Shampoo For Better Hair Growth How To Make Natural Homemade Shampoo Hair fall, lifeless hair and chemical reactions due to high concentration of chemicals in shampoos. these are some of the major concerns one has to go through these days. Mine is frizzy hair and hence I have always been researching on home made shampoo that can promise me of shiny , smooth, anti frizz hair. I want to reduce hair fall and also give good hair growth. Well, for all those who have been wanting to go traditional, this is your chance to do so – try out this home made shampoo to get best results of removing oil and dead cells from you scalp and also nourishing it. Ingredients Reetha (whole seeds) – 250 gms Shikakai (pod) – 200 gms (These two are the basic cleansers) Amla (ppowder/dry) – 100 grams Brahmi (fresh or dried) – 100 gms Bringraj – 100 gms henna (fresh or dry leaves) -100 gms Indigo(if colouring your hair is required) – 100 gms Hibiscus (dry flowers) – 50 gms Neem leaves (avoids dandruff) – 50 gms Tulsi Leaves ( avoids other microbial infections) – 50 gms Curry Leaves – 50 gms Guava leaves – 50 gms Methi seeds – 25 gms Onion Seeds – 25 gms Black Sesame seeds – 25 gms Aloe Vera gel – 2 scoops Tea Dust – 2 teaspoons Method Of Preparation of Home Made Shampoo Boil 2 litres of water and add tea dust to it, let it boil for 15 minutes – take care not to reduce the amount of water. Strain and cool the water till it is just above warm or 40 degrees celcius Soak all the ingredients overnight – I prefer doing it in a iron wok or utensil In the morning remove the seeds of Reetha and Shikakai Place the vessel on stove and boil the ingredients for 10 minutes using a spoon to slightly crush the ingredients Strain well and store in a bottle. You can store it in refrigerator for 3 to 6 months and this comes for 12 to 15 washes depending on the length of your hair How To Use For shoulder length hair – take 100 ml of the home made natural shampoo message on wet scalp and hair thoroughly Then work on the length of your hair and massage for a few minutes. You will not get lather as in chemical shampoos but this natural shampoo will cleanse your hair thoroughly and give shine to your hair Expert Tips Use the homemade shampoo after bringing it to room temperature if you are refrigerating. You can easily store upto 2 months without refrigeration but I prefer to refrigerate so as not to attract any harmful microbes. All the left over ingredients after straining can be used ground to make a fine paste and used as hair pack before washing your hair How To Make Natural Homemade Shampoo Related Posts:Learn About The Must Have Herbs In Your Organic…Health Benefits of Aloe Vera and UsesGuava Leaf Concoction – The Best Hair Fall Treatment…Mindful Walking – An Easy Way To Get Rid Of…Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Menaka Bharathi is a Mindful Parenting Consultant and an Organic food Producer. She markets Indian Superfoods throug SIM Organics which taken in small quantities would help to maintain the health of the family and boost resistance against diseases. 05/02/2018 by menaka bharathi | 24 Comments 24 Comments on How To Make Natural Home Made Shampoo For Better Hair Growth Our hair gets limp in the monsoon and static in the winter. And Indian summers we always seem to spot the wet hair look Oh wow! That is a ton of ingredients. I think I’ll stick to buying mine. Ha! But it is nice to know it can be made. Oh t is cool and very effective Many online shops have them, try with amazon You can surely use this Jana, leave out henna if you dont want the colour do try to make with basic ingredients Nayna how sad that you cannot get some ingredients – do try with the main ingredients though Try this jennifer- sure you can swap the ingredients, leave out some which is tough to get at your place Thanks Mel! it works great for making your hair soft and silky too Brilliant recipe for a more natural shampoo! I’m trying to reduce my use of chemicals more and more and I love the idea of making my own shampoo. Thanks for sharing Wow never thought of making my own shampoo, but it sounds fantastic. Can some of the ingredients be swapped do you know becasue im not sure id be able to find some of them. Awesome! Too bad most of the ingredients are not available locally where I am. I would love to use this for myself and my kids! 😀 This sounds like an interesting shampoo, unfortunartely I cannot get these ingredients in the Uk so will have to wait till I go to India to see if I can get them. Thank you so much for sharing this. I’ve been trying to find a good homeopathic shampoo to help with my hair loss. Is it ok to use in blonde hair? Because I saw that there’s henna? Never tried making a homemade shampoo. This looks cool with all natural ingredients. It is nice to know that you can make your own shampoo. However, I have no idea where to get those ingredients you listed. If I knew where to get them, I would definitely make my own shampoo too! This is so cool! I’ve never seen a blog like this before! Let us know the results! With hair problems not leaving me this looks like a good solution Thats so promising Nabanitha, do let me know the results Thanks SHilpa, I am trying to reduce chemical use as much as possible and this is one step towards it. do let me know the results oh shalz! tea dust is the tea you normally use for making tea at home. this is liquid form so you wont have so much difficulty to wash off Whoa this sounds like a lethal recipe; I used to wash with amala/shikakai and reetha soaked overnight combo – but the mess it makes made me skip to organic shampoos now! Didnt know about onion seeds being used like this. What is tea dust? Where do you get it? Hey, this is such a helpful post, Menaka! I have been thinking about researching a home made shampoo recipe as I want to quit using shampoo now. It’s made my hair dry, my scalp dry and itchy. Mother keeps insisting I use shikakai, but I still have to begin doing that! Will surely try out this shampoo. Thank you so much! With the kind of hair I have, I think I’m going to try this. Who knows, it might finally make my hair what I wanted it to be forever 🙂 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.