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    Quote Originally Posted by zakity View Post
    Why couldn't you toss some of it in the freezer or the fridge?
    oh! yes.. I read that in the comments at the end. I spoke too soon.

    You can refrigerate it. and, you can freeze the coconut milk in 1/4 cup servings in case you don't use the whole can.

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    This is too cool and will save me a bunch of $$$. Thanks for posting

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    Great post! Love the idea of making shampoo! I\d like to have a try immediately!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillieJo_Divine View Post
    I use a tbsp of baking soda mixed with a cup of water in a spray bottles, a tbsp of white vinegar (you can use cider vinegar) with a cup of water for an acid to balance my hairs ph. I only need to use this 1-2 every 2 weeks and I'll use yogurt and almond oil (with a few drops of lavender and rosemary essential oil) if my hair needs moisturized. My hair has never looked and felt healthier and it's dirt cheap.

    Also, if my hair starts to feel a bit oily in between washes i rub a little corn starch around my scalp. My hair is a medium dark brown and it doesn't really lighten the color much.
    Yes I also use alot of vinegar and baking soda. Never thought about using yoghurt so I might try that, I have dark brown hair also. Almond oil would make it smell nice too I'm sure.

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