No more chemical made shampoo products. These all natural bars contain the essence of nature and beauty. Enjoy these 10 Natural DIY Shampoo Bar Recipes!

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1. Moisturizing Shampoo Bar

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These shampoo bars are easy to make and are full of healthy oils that will moisturize your hair without weighing it down or making it greasy.

From: MamaInstincts

2. Coconut Milk Shampoo Bars

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Shampoo bars are getting quite popular because they are very easy to use and carry around! Also not to forget, they look pretty in your bathrooms. Shampoo bars are quite expensive as compared to the regular shampoos but it is fair enough as they last really long!

From: LittleDIY

3. Homemade Lavender Shampoo Bar

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Using your own homemade shampoo bar is amazing since you know exactly what is inside. All my soaps are free of harmful ingredients. They are furthermore vegan and were not tested on animals, only tested on my own and on my boyfriend’s hair, haha.

From: Elavegan

4. Coconut Aloe Shampoo Bars

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These pretty, citrussy Coconut Aloe Shampoo Bars are utterly lovely—between the fresh, summery colours and the bright, citrussy scent I’m quite smitten. It occurred to me a few weeks ago that it’d been ages since I’d made a straight-up shampoo bar. I tend to use my assorted all-in-one soap bars for everything (so… basically all my soap recipes…), and it seems I forgot about shampoo bars for a while. They’re not that different from soap bars, except they’ve got more castor oil than usual for loads of super-creamy lather.

From: HumbleBee&Me

5. Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bars

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Since I’ve started to make soap, I’ve also become interested in making shampoo bars. The process is the same as soap, but with different ingredients that are good for healthy hair. I’m sure you will love these homemade rosemary mint shampoo bars that I’m sharing with you today!

From: GrowForageCookFerment

6. Mermaid Silk Shampoo Bars

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Prepare to feel like you’re sudsing up in a lagoon in Neverland with the mermaids; these seriously beautiful Mermaid Silk Shampoo Bars are just the sort of thing I imagine mermaids would use (do mermaids wash their hair? A question for another day, perhaps.). Super pretty colours, a lovely shimmery top, and a fantastic, fresh scent. I love ’em. I think you will, too.

From: HumbleBee&Me

7. Snowflake Shampoo Bar

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I’ve had a lot of requests for a surfactant-powered shampoo bar (as opposed to a soap based one), and I wanted to make sure what I came up with worked, was thoroughly tested, and was mine, and finally—here we are! This lovely Snowflake Shampoo Bar has lovely lather, lasts for absolutely ages in the shower, and is pretty darn simple to make (it’s mostly waiting and mashing).

From: HumbleBee&Me

8. Homemade Natural Shampoo Bar

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This beauty recipe is perfect for those of you who never made a shampoo bar before as I replaced lye (used for saponification) with an organic pre-made melt-and-pour soap base. This DIY shampoo bar requires only four ingredients, can be customized with your favorite oils and fragrance, and makes a great gift!

From: SoGreenSoGood

9. Mango Mango Shampoo Bar

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Today’s recipe is definitely long overdue, but I wanted to make sure it was on point before I shared it—it’s a sulphate free shampoo bar. I started working on this back in January 2018 and have been testing and tweaking ever since. About six weeks ago I decided to include this in the Mango Mango series, so here we have a Mango Mango Shampoo Bar!

From: HumbleBee&Me

10. Dead Sea Mud Shampoo Bars

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Dead Sea Mud is wildly popular for skin and hair care. Rich in beneficial minerals like magnesium and potassium, this dark, salty mud can be used as a deep cleansing mask or added to a wide range of formulations for facial, body, and hair care. The following recipe for Dead Sea Mud Shampoo Bars combines the fortifying minerals of Dead Sea Mud with a moisturizing blend of conditioning fats including argan, jojoba, and shea.

From: NaturalBeautyWorkshop

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