6 Homemade Hair Detox Shampoos & Masks

Homemade Detox Shampoos to Cleanse and Nourish the Scalp

Lemon and Cucumber Shampoothie

The lemon in this will get your scalp nice and clean, as the citric acid will go to work. The cucumber will give a cooling effect and calms things down. The recipe is really easy and basically is conveyed through the title. The author claims that her husband uses this as his primary means of cleansing his hair, and it also doubles as a shaving cream. That makes it a versatile selection that is easy to whip up and can even help you replace your current shampoo indefinitely. This would be most recommended for those that have a dry scalp and are looking for relief.

All Natural pH Balanced Shampoo

If you’re concerned about the pH levels of your hair, this is one way to make sure that everything is in proper balance, and you can do it without having to shell out money to Big Shampoo. The recipe couldn’t be simpler and you’ll be getting the natural goodness of coconut milk plus the proven benefits of aloe vera. They figured out a very ingenious way to be able to make a larger batch and then have them available so you can dole them out as needed. They also give you instructions on how to use them, since it works a little differently than ordinary shampoo.

Coconut Milk Shampoo

The use of coconut milk means that you’re going to be giving your hair a burst of nutrients and fats that can help it to grow. The use of coconut milk as a hair treatment is well-documented, which is why it shows up repeatedly in at-home shampoo recipes and DIY detox hair treatments. You can make your own coconut milk at home if you’re feeling extra adventurous, or you can simply buy it from the store instead of buying a bottle of your old shampoo. As an optional add on she’s using essential oils to really help your hair and scalp. Putting it in a squeeze bottle is also solid advice.

No-Poo Shampoo & Conditioner

If you want to be part of the No-Poo revolution simply ditch your preconceived notions of shampoo and keeping your hair clean and embrace a new way of thinking. This recipe includes both a shampoo and conditioner, and they’ve kept things very basic and very natural so you know that you’re only using real ingredients for your hair. They’ve also focused on using common ingredients so you won’t have to go on a wild goose chase to different health food stores trying to find them. The best part is they say it can be used on both kids and pets as well for an entire family full of healthy hair.

Homemade Detox Hair Masks for Moisture Therapy and More

Encase your hair in these masks for deeply penetrating nutrition and notice a difference in your hair’s texture and health the same day.

Aloe and Clay Detox Hair Mask

The bentonite clay used in this mask is what helps it really stick to the hair and make sure everything gets absorbed properly. It’s using aloe vera gel which is an all natural way to moisturize your hair, which is why it’s found in many big brand hair products. Even though this includes apple cider vinegar you won’t be left with that vinegar smell in your hair once you’re done. This is a mask you can use as needed, or as part of a weekly or monthly detoxing program. It’s an affordable and fun way to pamper your hair and give it what it really needs.

Natural Clay Mud Mask

Here’s a simple but effective mud mask made with either bentonite clay ior redmond clay. Bentonite clay is often used in detox spas because of its powerful drawing effect, whereby it’s able to draw toxins out of the skin and hair and leave it feeling refreshed and new. They’ve included the option of using essential oils which always adds a nice scent and additional cleansing effects for the scalp. There is one ingredient they use that you might already have in your home, but we’ll let them explain what it is and why they’re using it.

Make your hair and face healthy, but most importantly take care of yourself!!!!

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