Do Natural or Organic Shampoos and Conditioners Work As Well?
Yes, they do work as well but let's jump into how this works out in real life.
Can’t I just make my own natural shampoo?
Yes, there are many excellent recipes for homemade shampoos. You can simply raid your pantry for some apple cider vinegar, baking soda and coconut oil. It's not only fun and educational to make your own shampoo, but you can experiment with modifications such as adding essential oils and extracts.
So, why buy a natural shampoo if I can just make my own?
There are many reasons, but we’ll just tackle the top of the list for today:
- After the novelty runs out, it is possible that you won’t be thrilled with the thought of making your own shampoo anymore. After all you’ve got other things to do such as work, life, chores, errands, and dare to say, relaxing.
- There are those memorable occasions when you are buckling up to head to work and you are hit with that halting whiff of vinegar as you close the door to your car. You are then left with that penetrating thought all the way to the office.
- Some of the natural ingredients such as essential oils can actually be irritating or toxic. When not used in the right dosages or when combined with other ingredients you may experience some unwelcome reactions.
- Lastly, natural shampoos and conditioners are not as expensive as they used to be.
Common Ground offers natural shampoos and conditioners that will make you reconsider whether it's really worth the effort of making your own. At least on the weekdays when you have countless duties to perform, consider delegating the shampoo duty.