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Reddit reviews: The best handmade hair shampoo

We found 45 Reddit comments discussing the best handmade hair shampoo. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 1 product and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Handmade Hair Shampoo:

u/Vanska1 · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

The thing about damaged hair is usually once we stop using the silicone laden shampoo/conditioner we're looking at our actual hair. It's damaged sometimes. There are things we can do, like the ACV rinse to help, and oils and such but I think eventually it's probably better to just start cutting off the damaged parts or as much as we can until it's all fantastic healthy hair. I spent a lot of time trying to fix my damaged ends... I wanted my hair long and I didn't want to cut off that last 3 inches. So much time and money. Ugh. Anyway in the meantime, I'm thinking the ACV rinse sounds good, closing the hair shaft etc and some light oils. I like shampoo bars though, I dont know about chagrin valley as I'm an ACV Bar gal but the idea is the same, I presume. Natural ingredients that help your scalp...no sulfates and chemicals etc. If you decide you don't like the chagrin soap check out the shampoo bar I get on Amazon. I like it because it does a great job and I don't have to do the rinse afterwards cuz the acv is in it already. One less thing. :-)

u/friendlyforreal · 4 pointsr/SebDerm

The best one I've found is the ACV bar from Wildlands. All natural, vegan product that soothes the scalp. It took me about two weeks to adjust to the shampoo, but my itchies are gone and my hair looks great too. I just love it. I get it on Amazon here. Good luck!

u/blueberry96 · 5 pointsr/Naturalhair

Best advice I can give you is start using the ACV bar. It's a solid shampoo bar that is just amazing. Vegan product with no sulfates, no preservatives, just lots of apple cider vinegar, neem, shea butter, castor, etc. And this shampoo bar lathers like crazy! The smell is a little weird, but it after rinsing it smells great. It took about a week to adjust to using a shampoo bar, but my dandruff & itch are pretty much gone. :-)

u/rachel32socal · 3 pointsr/NoPoo

Well, I was using a conditioner, but with this shampoo bar I've stopped needing conditioner (I think it's the shea butter that helps with that). My hair comes out with good volume & squeaky clean (think it's the ACV that's built in to this stuff). So right now I just shampoo when necessary, then hit it with some product. GL!

edit: Oops, didn't see that you'd asked for a link, sorry! Here you go: https://www.amazon.com/Wildland-Botanicals-ACV-Shampoo-Bar/dp/B0759ZNGJS/

u/NateT86 · 2 pointsr/tressless

Here you go: https://www.amazon.com/Wildland-Botanicals-ACV-Shampoo-Bar/dp/B0759ZNGJS/

I think someone from UK said that shipping is free when two bars are ordered. Gotta love free shipping. :-)

u/Mirthless92 · 4 pointsr/tressless

Not sure if these specialty shampoos actually work, but my thoughts are that it's at least worth trying. What can I lose using a good shampoo, right? Tried regenepure, didn't love it. So right now I'm using the ACV bar which was recommended. Lathers up nice, my scalp feels great and it's got all the things I'm supposed to be using. I still use Niz twice a week, but this on my off-days.

u/luvs2p33outdoors · 6 pointsr/tressless

Sounds like a solid plan, tbh. You won't need a conditioner with the ACV bar. Along with saw palmetto it's got Shea Butter, which leaves your scalp feeling great. You'll want that to deal with the itch. It helps me out a lot.

u/BeckysMamma · 2 pointsr/dandruff

I know this is going to sound counter intuitive, but I think you're washing your hair too much. When you wash every day ones scalp tends to get dried out. Especially if you're using a sulfate based shampoo, which will strip your hair and scalp of its natural oils. So the way to retrain your scalp is to wash less and to wash without the sulfates, which seriously make ones skin a desert. (I use this)There are some good sulfate free shampoos out there but go with something with ingredients you recognize. If its all chemicals its probably not awesome. Then start trying to wash less often. Start washing every other day. Or start with washing 2 days in a row then skip one. I know, you're head is going to get greasy. It's not going to be pretty. But after a while it'll get used to not washing every day and it'll slow down the oil production. Most people take a week or two to 'reprogram' your scalp but once it does you wont have to wash as often and your scalp will be healthier and less dry. Check out r/nopoo for more information on alternative washing methods. If you use a body wash or something similar you might rethink that as well. All that stuff is bad for your skin.

u/Harbinger955 · 2 pointsr/tressless

I sort of agree. I stopped using Nizoral, and I definitely don't think it's good for daily use. But yeah, that ACV bar helps. It's now on Amazon Prime too (really fucking love Amazon Prime). https://www.amazon.com/Wildland-Botanicals-ACV-Shampoo-Bar/dp/B0759ZNGJS/

u/Bobloblaw878 · 0 pointsr/SebDerm

Yeah sure, everyones different. And if you haven't been to r/nopoo then wait to judge - its not about not shampooing. Its about alternatives to harsh detergent/sulfate type shampoos. Most people know you clean your hair somehow. lol Alternatives. To chemical based/crappy cheap shampoos. For instance I use this a couple times a week and it's somewhat natural and has antifungal properties. It doesnt strip my hair/scalp so I don't over produce oil on my scalp. Yes it's subjective. But no one's recommending not ever cleaning one's hair

u/Estrella37 · 10 pointsr/NoPoo

I'm a nurse with seb derm symptoms and it can be hard to find something that works. I tried a lot of things, and asked a lot of doctors, but what ultimately worked for me was the ACV shampoo bar from Wildland Botanicals. The ingredients are wonderful. Neem oil, Shea butter, apple cider vinegar, etc. I use it now approx 2-3x a week. Itch is gone, dandruff is gone.

u/ClimbingHalfDome · 2 pointsr/tressless

Yeah, the ACV bar, once a week or twice a week depending on your dandruff.

u/Hybrid909 · 1 pointr/tressless

I like the ACV Herbal Shampoo Bar - Its got the Saw palmetto and Nettle which are DHT blockers, Neem oil which is antifungal (which is mostly all keto is) and a bunch of anti inflammatory oils. It's $13.95 on Amazon prime.