I personally like to use products with as few ingredients as possible. Not only is it better for my body but gives me a clear conscience in regard to its effect on the environment.
My hair care regime is simple and easy. I use Tropical Traditions coconut bar soap as a shampoo(the liquid pump soap is a great body wash in the shower but I find it doesn’t work well on my hair). After rinsing out the coconut soap, I prepare my conditioner.
I use an empty bottle with a lid (i.e. an old shampoo or conditioner bottle) and squirt about 2 tablespoons of Tropical Traditions Moisturizing Lotion and about 1/2 tablespoon white distilled vinegar in to the bottle and cap it (if you mix white distilled vinegar with an oil, it makes the oil/lotion water soluble). After capping the bottle, I shake and mix. The mixture will become quite thin. I squirt the conditioner directly on to my hair, work in and rinse it out.
This is what I do on a daily basis for my hair. However, I do shampoo once every couple weeks with a Jason’s unscented shampoo if I notice any build up occurring. I test well for Jason’s unscented shampoo but only use it occasionally since it doesn’t pass my personal test of only using a product that I can eat.
I get so many questions about hair care. I hope this helps you in some way.
Take care ~ Beth