I've been experimenting with homemade shampoo and conditioner. It has been a lot of trial and error. I have finally came out with a product that my hair loves but more importantly my husband also loves it. I hesitate to make it for other people because hair is so different person to person. I do not use any phosphates but I did add some skin safe silicon to help soften the hair. PH of the shampoo is a little high but so far the shampoo works great. I added some protein like silk and wheat germ. Do to the higher ph of the liquid soap a parben based preservative is necessary. I do not want to have mold, yeast, and any other yuckies to grow in it. The oils that I use are extremely soft so leaving it as a bar soap will not work no matter how much sodium lactate I try to use. Glycerin, mango butter, coconut oil, and castor oil help keep my hair soft and detangled.
Hi! I'm Staci from Staci's Homemade Soap! I LOVE making soap and I love the way my skin feels. Unlike store bought soap, my soap does not dry the skin! A natural product of soap making is glycerin! And skin loves it! Also goats milk is good for your skin. Goats milk has minerals in it and is loaded with vitamins .Goats milk also contains lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid....Goats milk soap is wonderful. I encourage you to try some! My goats milk lotion is a soothing moisturizer for dry skin. Since goats milk has selenium and vitamin A in it your skin will be happy and nourished.