[VIDEO] DIY Natural Shampoo

In this video, we teach you how to make DIY Natural Shampoo that is non-toxic for you and your family.  You can make it in less than 60 seconds and with just a few ingredients.  You’ll learn how to customize your shampoo recipe to fit your hair type too! DIY Natural Shampoo

Non-toxic shampoo is a very important aspect of avoiding chemical exposures on a daily basis. The average person comes into contact with over 160 chemicals every day in their beauty products.

DIY natural shampoo is super easy to make and you can even have some fun with it as you add different essential oils for different scents that you love. Best part is that this shampoo is healing and can be easily modified to fit curly hair, dry hair, oily hair and any other variations of hair types.

This DIY natural shampoo is super easy to make, its homemade, fun and I know you’ll love it. Be sure to give it a try so that you can avoid chemical exposures for both you and your family.


DIY Natural Shampoo Recipe

1/2 cup water (distilled preferred)

1/2 cup castile soap

1 tablespoon jojoba oil

10 drops of essential oils

For Dry Hair, Add:

1/2 cup aloe vera

2 tablespoons vegetable glycerine

  1. Add all ingredients to a bottle.
  2. Put the top on and shake until well combined.
  3. Use as you would normal shampoo.

*This shampoo is slightly runny but does lather very well, and does not contain harsh chemicals such as sodium laurel sulfate or artificial fragrances. One reader even suggested using it as a shaving cream. Simply lather on your legs and shave.

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[Video Transcription] DIY Natural Shampoo

Hi I’m Dr. Zyrowski.

And I’m Ashleigh.

And in this video we are going to do DIY natural shampoo. I always tell you that it is so important to make sure that you’re mitigating chemical exposure as much as possible. And one of the great ways to do this is in your beauty products. It is estimated that you come into contact with over 160 different chemicals on average in your beauty products alone. So when we look at these different beauty products out there that many of them contain fragrances, they contain sulfates, they contain betaine, they contain so many different chemicals that are endocrine disrupting. They’re disrupting normal function of your body. These toxins are storing deep into your nervous system tissue, and into your body and causing all kinds of disturbances. They can create immune imbalances and so much more. It’s very important to make sure that we’re avoiding these chemical exposures. So what do we need to know about this shampoo?

The reason I like this shampoo is because you can customize it according to your hair and what you need and what you like. As you mentioned there’s not many sulfates in there. Sulfates are very harsh for your hair, as well as being an endocrine disruptor and causing cancer and things like that. So you can make this with no added tools or anything simple ingredients that you can either find at your local grocery store or you can order online. And you can make several batches of shampoo for a quarter of the cost that you would buy at a national shampoo for in the store.

Great. What are the ingredients that we have here?

This is Dr. Bronner’s castile soap. The one that I am going to be using today is almond. I really like the scent of almond. Again the benefit of making this shampoo is you can get unscented and customize it to what you would like. Again unscented castile soap. You can add lavender if you like lavender. You could add tea tree if you have some dry scalp. You can add pine if you like the scent of pine, especially maybe in the winter time. You can add about 10 or 20 drops of essential oil to your shampoo and you can customize that however you’d like but today simplicity purposes I’m using almond. The second ingredient is aloe vera. I like the fruit of the earth brand it’s 100% aloe vera gel. This is vegetable glycerin, and the last ingredient is jojoba oil. You can use this, this is what I use to make my shampoo if this is unavailable to you, you can certainly substitute olive oil or grape seed oil in this recipe.

Great. You’re going to take all of these and put it into the bottle?

Yep. Then obviously you’re going to need a bottle or a jar. You can either use a pump dispenser or I just have a pop-top empty shampoo bottle.

Great let’s get it started.

Okay to make your own shampoo you’ll start by adding a half a cup of water. I am going to use a funnel to make it a little less messy. Next you’ll add 1/2 cup of castile soap. You’ll add 1 tablespoon of jojoba oil. And 2 tablespoons of vegetable glycerin. Aloe vera is extremely messy to try to measure in and then pour into the bottle so I just squirt it directly into the bottle and I have my bottle pre marked for this purpose. Now you can put on your top and shake it together for about 10 to 15 seconds. So that’s how I make my shampoo for my hair. Now I have very dry hair so that’s why I add ingredients like aloe vera and vegetable glycerin. If you do not have dry hair you can certainly avoid adding these two. A basic shampoo recipe would simply be castile soap water and the jojoba oil. So feel free to add essential oils to this or to change up the scent of the castile soap according to what you enjoy.

Hey everyone I hope you enjoyed this DIY natural shampoo video. Be sure to check it out and use it. This is very simple to make so be sure to utilize this information. And be sure to also check out our other DIY beauty videos that we have done if you like this one. Give the video a thumbs up, post any comments that you have in the comment section below. And until next time folks make it a great day.

Bye.