Monday, May 13, 2019

New and Improved Dandruff Shampoo Bars

This is just a quick dandruff shampoo soap bar recipe.
It's bigger than my usual batch.  A  new soap mold forced me to up the anti!  
And you know what they say....bigger is better! 

New and Improved Dandruff Shampoo Bar
3 ounces Beeswax
6 ounces Castor Oil
2 ounces Cocoa Butter
14 ounces Coconut Oil
2 ounces Grapeseed Oil
4 ounces Hemp Oil
10 ounces Olive Oil
14 ounces Palm Oil

18 ounces Mint Tea
7.5 ounces Lye

0.75 ounce Cade Oil
1.5 ounce Lavender Oil
0.25 ounce Cedarwood Oil
1 ounce Peppermint Oil

You can find directions here on the cold soap process.  It's very important how you mix your ingredients!
I am no scientist and I share this recipe with no claims of curing dandruff,
But when I wear my goggles and sport my big ass gloves teamed up with an industrial looking apron, I could probably fool the best of you on a good day!

Hopefully my guinea pigs don't run around smelling like a campfire.  I have to say that Cade Oil is pretty potent.  I would suggest a nicely scented conditioner to go with this bar!


  1. I've fallen out of making my own beauty products due to lack of time. But now that summer is almost here, I want to get back into the game. These dandruff bars sound awesome!

  2. I've been using handmade natural soaps for a while now and I'm addicted. I can't get enough of the natural scents. Curious about the cade scent. I know Ken would love it. He's all about campfire anything, lol.

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