To make your own clarifying shampoo, add sea salt and coconut oil to your favorite shampoo. This 10-minute procedure requires shampoo, coconut oil, sea salt, a microwave-safe bowl, a fork, a spoon, measuring spoons, a jar, a towel, hand soap, warm water, a waterproof adhesive label and a permanent marker.Know More
Place 1 teaspoon of coconut oil in a microwave-safe bowl, and heat it for five seconds. If the oil is already liquefied, do not heat it.
Add 3 tablespoons of sea salt, and mix it into the oil with a fork. Add 2 tablespoons of your favorite shampoo, and mix until all the ingredients are combined.
Wash the jar and its lid with warm water and hand soap. Dry them with a towel.
Spoon the clarifying shampoo into the jar, seal it tightly, and wipe the exterior with a towel. This removes traces of coconut oil.
Wash your hands to remove oily residue, and dry them with a towel. Lay a waterproof adhesive label on a flat surface, and fill it in with a permanent marker. Remove the label's backing and place it on the jar.
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