For some reason, after giving birth, my hair changed its type and became much less prone to fat. Now I wash my head every 3 days, and not bringing the appearance of a greasy luster. And before that, I tried a lot of a wide variety of shampoos, bought them at a pharmacy, acquired a wide variety of new products from well-known companies, and even experimented with their independent preparation.
A few simple homemade shampoo recipes
The very first recipe that I tried was made very simply. She took kefir, put it on the entire surface of the hair, held it for 15 minutes, washed it off with warm water. This recipe is useful because kefir creates a kind of film around the hair, due to which the adverse effects of the environment are significantly reduced.
If I used the usual shampoo (most often choosing the Pure Line product), then after that I would rinse my hair with a decoction of nettle per 100-200 grams brewed with a liter of boiling water. To dissolve in a basin on 5 liters of water.
My friend’s experience
My girlfriend went further and more seriously engaged in the preparation of natural shampoos based on baby soap. I did not become fanatically follow her example, as I am the owner of longer hair than she, and, accordingly, it is much more difficult to wash and comb them.
Here are some of the easiest recipes from her piggy bank:
1. Mix the glass of brandy thoroughly with the yolk, add water and distribute over the hair surface. Rinse and rinse with nettle rinse.
2. Mix the yolk and kefir with baby soap dissolved in water. Apply the mixture to the hair. Then rinse well. The main thing in this case is not to use hot water, since the yolk can curl up and then it will be very difficult to peel it off.
I can not say that all of the above methods are so effective, but they did not get any worse. In the end, I stopped only on the use of natural rinses, which can be prepared by brewing various herbs and adding the resulting broth to the water. At least after these procedures, the hair shines beautifully and is easy to style.
Have you tried cooking shampoos yourself?