How To Create Vegan Shampoo With LaLune Naturals

Aloe is one of natures healers.  It is great for cuts, burns and scrapes.  When I was growing up my mother always grew aloe as a house plant.  We were taught the medicinal value of Aloe and appreciated its beautiful look.  

As I grew older I always noticed that when I used natural products Aloes was most likely a staple ingredient. There are lots of advantages for using Aloe in cosmetic products.  It helps skin and hair retain its moisture. 

I prefer to use aloe when I create my own beauty products.   Since, most shampoos and body washes contain harmful products I choose to buy vegan products or create my own. I  use Aloe to make shampoo and body wash.  It is great for thickening up my solution.  Here is how I make my shampoo with lacuna aloe vera gel.  

  1. Castile Soap
  2. Lalune Aloe Gel
  3. Essential Oils

I add one part Aloe gel to one part castile soap.  The castile soap can be of your choice.  I personally prefer Dr. Bonners almond or peppermint.  I think the peppermint castile is great for the hair, and the almond castile  is great as a body wash. (If you don’t have allergies to nuts).  

You can add essential oils of your choice.  You can decide whether you would like oils that are beneficial or for fragrance.  If you are interested in purchasing Lalune Aloe Gel click the following link.  Please check out my video as I demonstrate how I create my own vegan shampoo with Lalune Naturals Aloe Vera Gel.

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  1. Aloe really is great for your hair and going natural is very important. Great post!
    Thanks for sharing on the Homestead Blog Hop. I hope we see you again this Wednesday. Pinning This! :-)