This Natural Dry Shampoo Recipe is a natural way to help reduce the amount of oil build-up in your hair with a simple powder mixture.
For years I have struggled to try to find a good dry shampoo that worked. Most of the natural ones I have found left my hair feeling more weighted down and greasier than having used nothing at all. I went back and forth with the natural ones for a while to only wind up using one that wasn’t natural at all but did the job decently.
Why I Love This Recipe
After reading the label it stuck in my mind each time I grabbed the bottle to use. Of course, it was packed with all sorts of ingredients I didn’t want on my skin. So after trial and error, I have found this little concoction. It works well to help absorb the excess oil at the scalp line of my hair. I love that it doesn’t feel weighted down after applying like I find some dry shampoos to do.
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What You Will Need To Make It
3 tbsp baking soda
3 tbsp cornstarch or arrowroot powder
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In a mason jar or a container with a lid. Add both powders in and mix well or shake the container to combine well.
To use, dip your fingers into the powder and massage it into the roots of your hair and brush through.
You can opt to use a squeeze bottle to sprinkle directly to your hair roots as well.
If you find that you have added too much powder, you can use a blow dryer set to the cool setting to help “dust” the powder out. A reminder that a little goes a long way.
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- 3 tbsp arrowroot powder or cornstarch
- 3 tbsp baking soda
- In a mason jar or a container with a lid. Add both powders in and mix well or shake the container to combine well.
- To use, dip your fingers into the powder and massage it into the roots of your hair and brush through.
- You can opt to use a squeeze bottle to sprinkle directly to your hair roots as well.
- If you find that you have added too much powder, you can use a blow dryer set to the cool setting to help "dust" the powder out. **Reminder a little goes a long way.
*Store inside a jar with lid and keep in a cool dry place
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