Make Your Own Naturally Balanced Shampoo Bars

Make Your Own Naturally Balanced Shampoo Bars


Do you want to learn how to make shampoo bars for your family, friends or business, but don’t know where to start?  Do you want to make or use products that have minimum to no waste and are sustainable for the environment?

Look no further, I have teamed up with Lise of LisaLise Natural Skincare to create an affordable, easy to follow  86 page guide, with 13 formulas to help make visually appealing and effective shampoo bars that are perfectly balanced for your hair and scalp!

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Shampoo bars have become  popular as people have become conscious of the plastic packaging they use everyday, and the negative impact it is having on the our ecosystems.  Shampoo bars can be made, used or sold as they are, without the need for additional packaging, making them a truly sustainable option .

What’s more, one shampoo puck can give you 80-100 washes which is equivalent to approximately 3-4 bottles of shampoo. This means, they are not only good for the environment, but they are also economical to use.


There are plenty of shampoo bar recipes on-line and you might wonder, "What is so special about these?".


Good question! The DIY market offers many different types of shampoo bars but either they are made with non-plant derived synthetic ingredients, not accepted by the natural or organic market or they are made the traditional cold processed soap way that has a pH not ideal for keeping hair healthy. There are few formulas made with natural ingredients, that are perfectly balanced for hair and scalp.

This is where we come in.  Within our 86 page guide to making your own naturally balanced shampoo bars, you will get information on plant derived surfactants, bio- extracts, essential oils, co2 extracts, botanicals, vegetal oils and more.  You will also get  tips and tricks, advice on substitutions, as well as creative suggestions.  You will know exactly what to expect when you make your shampoo bar and how to adapt it to your own needs.

Something for you...

Make Your Own Naturally Balanced Shampoo Bars contains 13 unique and specially developed shampoo bar formulas that are suitable for different hair and skin types. You could choose a naturally designed Scalp Stimulating Shampoo Bar, perhaps a floral conditioning one like Five Flowers Shampoo Bar?  Maybe you have sensitive skin?  There is one for you too!

Are you new to formulating?


Are you new to making cosmetic products and wonder if this book is for you? Well the answer is:  absolutely! Each formula is easy to follow, even for the complete novice - all you need to know is how to use scales and utensils. Just follow the instructions and you are set to go!

Simply put, making shampoo bars can be as easy or complicated as you want, just follow the instructions or adapt to your level of knowledge; either way, you will have the perfect solution for a green and eco-friendly shampoo that will be good for you, your family and the environment.

Bonus Advice

Since writing this ebook, Lise and I have had some inquiries regarding using different types of surfactant.  We have also had questions about where to get ingredients.

Using different types of surfactant can affect processing of your shampoo bars and each supplier may sell them in different forms.  For further information please see the blog post Pro Tips For Pro Shampoo Bars.

You can also find information of where to get your surfactants in the Suppliers List

What's Included

  • Overview of ingredients used

  • Definitions of naturalness

  • Overview of pH and why it is important

  • Four illustrated pages devoted to each shampoo bar covering:

  • Full formulation breakdown in percentages.

  • Clear Directions so that you have the perfect bar each time.

  • Overview of characteristics of each bar: Hair type, Drying/setting time,shelf life, foaming properties and pH

  • Valuable information on the ingredients we use in each formulation

  • Tips and Tricks for customising your shampoo bar


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