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How To Make: Pineapple Jasmine Shampoo

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Pineapple Jasmine Shampoo (for dry Hair)

For today's recipe we will be making Pineapple Jasmine Hair Shampoo

In this recipe we will be adding castor oil. Castor oil is said to be hair growth booster therefore if you have hair that is 'thinning; this will be a good shampoo for you. Since castor oil is also thick and viscous; it is suitable for hair that is dry or very dry hair. You can use this recipe daily if you have dry hair. For those with normal hair you can use this shampoo on alternate days.

Added together is also D-Panthenol and Glycerin. These are humectants and when added to shampoo; it works as moisturiser. Commercial shampoos adds silicones in it to coat you hair to give you a nice silky finish. However these silicones are not biodegradable and can be quite difficult to 'remove'. Over time it will build up on hair and can eventually It will then weigh your hair down. You will feel your hair very 'heavy' when use silicone on your hair.

The natural alternative to this would be glycerin and D-Panthenol therefore we are adding these instead of silicones in this shampoo.

Lets take a look on how to make this shampoo but before that; if you are new to this; please read these first:
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3) Why preservatives are important and when to add preservatives.
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Now that you know what precautions you have got to take; lets take a look at the recipes.


1) 250g of Soap Lab Malaysia's Castile Liquid Soap Base
2) 15g Castor Oil
3) 15g D-Panthenol
4) 20g Vegetable Glycerin
5) 12.5g Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil
6) 1g Neon Yellow Color Pigment


1) Measure all ingredients in clean utencils
2) Pour Castile Liquid Soap Base in a mixing container
3) add all the oils and other liquids and mix.
4) add Fragrance Oil and Color Pigment and mix
5) store in air tight container. Use after 24 hours. This shampoo can be quite 'runny' as compared to regular shampoo. If you want to thicken this soap naturally; take a look at this how to video.



This shampoo is suitable for those with dry to normal hair. It can be used daily.


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eve said...

I’ve read that castille soap is alkaline and our hair needs a more acidic shampoo for best results. Would you recommend adding Apple cider vinegar or citric acid? Any advice on what to add to castille soap to bring down the ph?

Soap Lab Malaysia said...

eve yes thts y we rinse with vinegar or aple cider. no dont add in directly to shampoo or shampoo will curdled up


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