DIY Dandruff Shampoo


I made this shampoo for my boyfriend actually. He suffers from severe dandruff and nothing seems to work. I have used brown sugar scrub to get rid of the flakes but I was able to find a DIY dandruff shampoo from

Here’s what you need:
10 fl oz Baby shampoo
1 tbs apple cider vinegar (optional)
1 tbs baking soda (optional)
10 drops of tea tree oil
10 drops lavender oil

Here’s what you do:
Mix ingredients together. To use, massage into scalp and leave for about a minute or 2 then rinse.
***try not to get into your eyes***

The original recipe did not call for baking soda or apple cider vinegar however I’ve heard on many occasions to use ACV and/or baking soda in your shampoo so that is why I added it in.


Homemade Degreaser


If your like me you don’t like washing your hair everyday. Well it’s not that I don’t like too it’s just I don’t always have the time. I have to wash, air dry, blow dry and straighten just to have a decent hair day. It gets exhausting! You know those girls that take hours to get ready, I’m one I them and it’s all hair! So on days I don’t want to go through a whole routine I use this degreaser.

I found this at
It works so well and it volumizes!

Here’s what you need:
4 tbsp Water
1 tbsp Cornstarch
1 tbsp Rubbing Alcohol

Here’s what you do:
Mix together in spray bottle and apply to roots. Don’t drench your hair just spray enough to wet the roots.
Next, brush through hair and blow dry.

You will see your greasy hair look clean and volumized!

Homemade Shampoo


I found this recipe at They had a many ways to concoct your very own shampoo. They have ingredients for all hair types and tell u the advantages of each one.
This recipe was easy to make and I think it smells great!
Here’s what u need:
1 c distilled water 2 tbs
Castile soap 2 tbs basil
1/4 tsp coconut oil
25 drops (shared)of lavender oil(softens and moisturizes) and bergamot oil(promotes hair growth)
1 tbs glycerin
Boil water, once boiled remove from heat and add basil to steep for 20 minutes.
Next strain the basil from water.
Mix the remaining water with the Castile soap, coconut oil, glycerin, and essential oils together.
Pour into a shampoo container. You can use an old shampoo bottle and keep in the fridge. If you like, you can keep a small amount in the shower with you for up to 3 days. Then just discard if any is remaining and refill.
You can use this as often as needed.
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