Handmade Natural Shampoo for Babies (How To Make)

Monday, 22 January 2018

How To Make: Shampoo For Little Humans..

Hi guys! We have another shampoo recipe to share with you today. This one is our in-house favourite. Maybe its the coconut oil effect that everyone loves? Its so easy to make mainly because, who doesn't have coconut oil at home? 

The name suggests that this shampoo is to be use for babies, but since there are only natural ingredients and nothing more, this shampoo is actually suitable for all ages, including babies. 

We use our SoapLab liquid shampoo base to begin with. For this recipe, we've chosen coconut oil. Usually we use oils as a conditioner before shower, which you should continue to use of course... the reason we are also adding it into our shampoo is for extra nourishment. 
As our hair tends to get weaker after washing and more prone to breakage when wet, having oils in your shampoo really helps to prevent this. Coconut oil is one of the only oils known to strengthen and increase the protein content in your hair which is why we are using this oil here. 

If your hair is prone to breakage, this shampoo is perfect for you! The fragrance we have chosen is Baby Clean for a light floral and fresh scent. 
Can we use fragrance oil in baby products? Yes! We dont use essential oils for babies that are 1 year and below so alternatively we use fragrance oil. Click here to read why. 

Plus, we add in Vitamin E which is known to encourage hair growth and is very commonly used in high end hair care products. 

ingredients

  1. 190g SoapLab’s Coconut Liquid Soap Base 
  2. 10g Coconut Oil 
  3. 10g Polysorbet 80 
  4. 4g Cetyl Alcohol 
  5. 3g Baby Clean Fragrance Oil 
  6. 1g Vitamin E Additive
  7. 2g SoapLab’s D-Pantenol Additive 
  8. 2g Glycerin 

watch video on how to make


download recipe in pdf


CAUTION!

1. Always test the product on your skin for allergic test first. Click here to find out how to do so

2. If you are selling this product, advice your consumers to do allergic test first

3. Make sure all your utensils and work surface is clean and sterilise as dirty area and utencils can reduce shelf life of scrub

4. Do not add in any Fresh ingredients that can spoil easily as this will reduce the shelf life of scrub. Click here to find out more

5. If putting on face, avoid citrus based or sandalwood essential oil as Malaysian weather will cause your skin to be easily sun burnt. Wear sun protection if add these Essential oils.

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Thank You For Reading,


Nisha.

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