Hair Care Workshop: Solid Shampoos & Conditioners

Hair Care Workshop: Solid Shampoos & Conditioners

Regular price $ 30.00 $ 0.00

Vitalize - Cleanse - Condition

Learn how to make your own solid shampoos and conditioners that are good for your hair and for the Earth! 

Shampoos and conditioners are often full of mysterious and sometimes even harmful ingredients. This workshop will empower you to make your own safe, simple, and nourishing shampoos and conditioners that really work. (Trust us - our hair has never looked better!) 

You’ll Learn: 

  • The basics of hair anatomy and hair chemistry
  • The benefits and uses of medicinal herbs for hair care
  • How to use sulfate-free surfactants that are made from coconut oil 
  • How to make shampoo and conditioner bars that use zero packaging and lessen your environmental impact
  • How to make dry shampoo and leave-in conditioning balm

You’ll Receive:

  • Lifetime access to this recorded workshop via Thinkific
  • A PDF of the complete notes from this workshop, including step-by-step instructions, and four fabulous hair care recipes that you’ll want to make again and again. 
  • A PDF Ingredients Glossary detailing sources and specific uses for all of the ingredients used in these recipes, including the botanicals, carrier oils, butters, surfactants, emulsifiers and more

You’ll Make (with the Solid Shampoos & Conditioners Maker’s Kit):

  • Bubbly Sulfate-Free Shampoo Bar
  • Creamy Cocoa Conditioner Bar
  • Rosemary Dry Shampoo 
  • Leave-In Conditioning Balm

You’ll Need: 

  • Solid Shampoos & Conditioners Maker’s Kit (link)
  • Dust Mask (optional)
  • Mortar & Pestle
  • Small Saucepan 
  • Access to your stovetop
  • Kitchen Scale (that measures in grams)
  • Small Mixing Bowls (2)  & Spoons

Please note: If you want to make solid shampoos & conditioners during this workshop, you’ll need to purchase a Solid Shampoos & Conditioners Maker’s Kit (link) . It contains all of the ingredients and containers you’ll need, and nearly all of the tools, too! You can absolutely take this workshop without purchasing a Maker’s Kit. Maybe you’re the kind of learner who wants to absorb information first, and put it into practice later. That’s cool! You can always grab a Maker’s Kit separately whenever you’re ready to get mixin’.


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