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All-Natural Shampoo

Squirt a few drops of soap onto your hands. A little bit of soap goes a long way, so start with this limited quantity, add more as needed, depending on how long and thick your hair is.Rub your hands together briskly to work up a rich lather.

Work the lathered soap into your hair thoroughly, from scalp to ends.

Rinse your hair until the water runs clean.

follow with either a rinse of vinegar and water or use apple cider vinegar gel.

250ml

DRY HAIR:

Ingredients:

Pure Lavender liquid soap, Distilled water, Grapeseed oil, Macadamia oil, Jojoba oil, Tea-Tree essential oil, Lavender essential oil, Rosemary essential oil, Vitamin-E

OILY HAIR:

ingredients:

Pure Lavender liquid soap, Distilled water, Grapeseed oil, Jojoba oil, Tea-Tree essential oil, Lavender essential oil, Rosemary essential oil, Vitamin-E

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Apple Cider Vinegar Gel

The hair is composed of follicles and shafts. The follicles are located below the skin’s surface and the hair shaft grows above the skin’s surface. Glands below the skin’s surface secrete oils that keep the hair shiny and healthy. On a microscopic level, the hair is composed of overlapping scales. When the hair is healthy, the scales lay flat creating hair that’s shiny and smooth. This can be disrupted when the scales of the hair become less healthy and no longer lay flat on the head. ACV can help keep the microscopic scales of the hair, healthy.

  • Balances the hair’s pH. Certain hair products disrupt the hair’s pH. ACV can bring the hair’s pH back to optimal levels because it naturally has the same pH as healthy hair.

  • Rejuvenates the hair with its cleansing and clarifying properties. ACV removes clumpy residue from hair product build up.

  • Adds shine to the hair. ACV closes the hair cuticle, which helps it to reflect light and makes hair shiny.

  • Reduces frizz. Again, when the scales of the hair don’t lay flat, the hair begins to dry out and become frizzy.

  • Reduces itchy scalp and dandruff (especially as a result of dry, winter air).

  • Prevents split ends. That’s why it’s great to treat your hair with ACV when you’re getting close to your next hair cut and are beginning to have split ends.

  • Detangles the hair. As it smooths out the cuticles, it detangles the hair and can be a good alternative to hair conditioner.

  • Encourages hair growth. It treats clogged hair follicles and stimulates better circulation on the head which may stimulate hair growth or stop hair loss.

  • Packed with nutrients. ACV contains nutrients beneficial to the hair including B vitamins, vitamin C, and potassium.

  • It’s anti-inflammatory which can prevent scalp-related conditions like dandruff or other conditions that cause dry flaky scalp.

    HOW TO USE:
    After shampooing and rinsing your hair, use the apple cider vinegar gel, Be careful to avoid contact with your eyes. Let gel sit in hair for 1-2 minutes. Rinse throughly.

Ingredients:

lavender or rose infused apple cider vinegar, xanthan gum.

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All-Natural (Baby) Shampoo and Body Wash

It works great as a head to toe baby wash.

Ingredients:
  • 3/4 cupPure Lavender Bastille soap

  • 1/4 cup distilled water

  • 1 tsp. Jojoba oil or Almond oil.

  • 10 drops lavender essential oil (optional)

  • 250ml Bottle with Pump Top

Tip:

Add some coconut milk to the soap to give it some extra moisture

Instructions:
  1. Mix all ingredients in the bottle.

  2. Screw the lid on, and shake to combine.

To use, pump out a little at a time, and rub on hair and body. Make sure to rinse off well.

Work up a lather in hands and apply directly to scalp or use foamer bottle pumps.


Squirt a few drops of soap onto your hands. A little bit of soap goes a long way, so start with this limited quantity; add more as needed, depending on how long and thick your hair is.

Rub your hands together briskly to work up a rich lather.

Work the lathered castile soap into your hair thoroughly, from scalp to ends.

Rinse your hair until the water runs clean.

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Concentrated Bastile (Castile) Liquid Soap

Difference Between Castile Soap and Bastille Soap.

Castile soap contains 100% pure olive oil. Bastille soap is made with mostly olive oil (no less than 70%) and other oils/fats/butters.


concentrated base PURE LAVENDER BASTILLE LIQUID SOAP

This soap contains 81% Olive oil so that is no „real“ Castile soap therefore we can name it Bastille soap.

Bastille(Castile) soap is your guarantee that what you are using is a real ecological and simple soap, not a complex blend of detergents with a higher ecological impact due to the waste stream during manufacture and slower biodegradability. Unfortunately, many synthetic detergent blends are deceptively labeled as „Liquid Soap“ even when they contain absolutely no soap.

☺ Palm Free
☺ Fragrance Free

☺ More concentrated

ingredients:

Water, Lavender infused olive oil, Glycerine, Potassium Hydroxide, Coconut oil, Castor oil, Hemp oil, Citric acid.

PalmFree


concentrated base PURE HEMP BASTILLE LIQUID SOAP

This soap contains 71% Olive oil and 10% Hemp oil.

☺ Palm Free
☺ Fragrance Free
☺ Mild PH 7
☺ More concentrated

ingredients:
Water, Olive oil, Glycerine, Potassium Hydroxide, Castor oil, Hemp oil, Coconut oil, Citric acid.


Dilute! How much? Here is a quick reference. None of this is a hard and fast rule. If your stuff is really dirty or your water is really hard, then you may want to use more than the recommended amount. However, this should get you started. You’ll notice that for some applications, I recommend pre-diluting the soap – combining the soap with water in a container.

Body Uses:

Face: 2-3 drops on wet hands, applied to wet face

Body: one small squirt on a wet washcloth, applied to a wet body

Hair: ½ Tbsp. in your hand, worked into wet hair, or dilute ½ Tbsp. in ½ a cup of water and work that into wet hair

Bath: Completely depends upon water amount, but roughly 2 Tbsp. soap in an average sized tub. (Doesn’t bubble, but still cleans)

Shaving: Face – 10 drops; Underarms – 3 drops; Legs – ½ tsp; Work to a lather in wet hands and then apply to area.

Teeth: 1 drop on a toothbrush. (Yes, it tastes like soap.)

Foot Bath: 1½ tsp. in a small tub of hot water.

Clearing Congestion: 1 Tbsp. in a bowl of steamy hot water. Breathe in mist with a towel draped over the head.

Household uses:

Dishes (handwashing): Pre-dilute 1:10 with water. Squirt on a scrub brush and scrub dishes.

Laundry: 1/3—1/2 c. of soap for a large load in a normal washer. Add ½ c. vinegar to the rinse cycle. Use half of these amounts for HE

Mopping: ½ c. of soap in 3 gallons of hot water

All-purpose cleaning: ¼ c. soap in a quart of water in a spray bottle. Add ¼ tsp. tea tree essential oil if desired.

Windows: 1 Tbsp. soap in a quart of water in a spray bottle. Follow up with pure club soda, or half vinegar/ half water.

Toilet: Predilute 1:4 with water in a squirt bottle. Add ¼ tsp. tea tree oil. Empty toilet, squirt bowl thoroughly, sprinkle baking soda on the brush, scrub bowl, let sit 10 minutes, turn water on, flush.

Other Uses:

Fruit and Veggie Rinse: 1 dash (approx.. ¼ tsp.) in a bowl of water. Dunk produce and swish. Then rinse in clear water.

Dog washing: Amount varies widely depending on size, hair type and length, and overall dirtiness. I wet my dog thoroughly, then start to work in castile soap up and down their body until I have a good lather. Really massage it in down to the skin. Your dog will thank you for it.

Plant spray for bugs: 1 Tbsp. in a quart of water. Add ½ tsp. cayenne pepper or cinnamon, if desired.

Ant spray (not on plants): ¼ c. tea tree soap in a quart of water. (This concentration will burn plants.)


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