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The Best Homemade Shampoo

March 30, 2014 Beauty

homemade shampooThis is not only the best homemade shampoo but it is also very easy to make. All you need is water, baking soda and apple cider vinegar. All these are very good cleaning products which can be used for house cleaning as well.

How to make it

First you mix one spoon of baking soda with one cup of water and apply it right onto your scalp (on wet hair). Wait for a few minutes and then rinse. The other ingredients are two spoons of apple cider vinegar and one cup of water. The ACV solution could be applied more easily using a spray bottle or you can just use a glass. Rinse thoroughly and you’re done.

Benefits of this homemade shampoo

The baking soda has excellent cleaning properties and will remove all the dirt and sebum on the hair. On the other hand, apple cider vinegar is a very good hair co...

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Homemade Hair Conditioners

July 7, 2013 Beauty

homemade hair conditionersHair conditioners that we find in supermarkets can do a great job for our hair but they usually contain a lot of artificial ingredients. The alternative to these products could be homemade hair conditioners. This is a much cheaper solution than organic products but you might think that it takes lot of time and effort to make them. However, this is not always the case. You can use natural products to make your hair shiny and beautiful, in no time.

So, be ready to greed your new glossy and healthy hair, the natural way, even when you are on the run.

Beer

Beer has the power to revitalize you hair. All you have to do is use one cup of beer to rinse your hair, after you shampoo it. You can leave it on for about 3 to 5 minutes, then rinse it off or leave in...

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Homemade Cleaners for a Better Life

March 17, 2013 Lifestyle

homemade cleanersNowadays there are a lot of ready-to-buy green cleaning products which are harmless for our health and for the environment as well. However, you can resort to homemade cleaners when you want to save some money or you have just run out of the usual cleaning products. When you decide to switch to homemade cleaners only it would be better to test them one by one, slowly, in order to find out what works better in your house. It may be a little more difficult at the beginning but it’s for you to decide whether it’s worth the effort or not.

The most common and effective natural cleaning products are vinegar, lemon and baking soda. Their effects can be enhanced by essential oils with antiseptic and antibacterial properties like tea tree essential oil or pine essential oil.

Vinegar

Vinegar is sim...

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