DIY African Black Soap Shampoo For Scalp Healing
You know whaaaaaaat??? Some of y'all are A MESS, LOL!
Soooo here's the deal... My girl Whitney A.K.A. "Naptural85" gave an amazing recipe for a DIY shampoo made from Alaffia - Authentic African Black Soap that she says is the "most moisturizing shampoo" she has EVER used.
And if Whitney says that, that's saying a whooooole lot, the girl aint no joke, she has literally tested 100's and 100's of hair products on camera.
So then, riddle me this batman.... Why some of the ladies in the comment section start dragging Whitney because she said the recipe was "simple"??? LOL! (light-heartedly draggin' though... No super-mean stuff thankfully...)
For instance, check out this comment from Brianna Evans about the claim that the recipe is easy:
"I promise you guys it's super easy" ???? *then uses 30 different expensive essential oils
Brianna betta get up off my girl! And got 260 dang "LIKES" on her sarcastic-behind-comment haa!
Others were saying that they aint got enough money to be buying ALL THESE INGREDIENTS.
Now I'll admit that it's not the cheapest recipe, she used 10 ingredients besides water. BUT THE RECIPE IS BOMB! Let that sista be great and teach y'all to be great too, haaa!
And remember, if you experiment with doing a pre-poo you could get even better benefits.
The DIY shampoo recipe incorporates the medicinal power of Alaffia African Black Soap, along with 9 essential oils & nutrients known to get your type 4 coily hair regenerating by regulating sebum production, and heal scalp damage!
Here's the complete list of ingredients for Whitney's Super-Moisturizing, hair growth shampoo:
- Jojoba oil
- Vegetable glycerin
- Argan oil
- Neem oil WARNING - neem oil stinks! But it's good for your hair, but again it stiiiiinks!
- Vitamin E oil
- Rosemary essential oil
- Peppermint oil
- Tea tree essential oil
- Lavender oil
- And of course... Alaffia African Black Soap
Check out the video here and let me know in the comments what you like or dislike about the recipe.
DIY Homemade Natural Shampoo With African Black Soap | Healing Recipe