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The Wonder of Soap Nuts For Your Hair

What Are Soap Nuts?

Soap nuts are natures best-kept secret. Although they have been around for centuries they originate from India and have only recently become available in South Africa. When it comes to healthy lifestyle habits soap nuts deserves a spot within our daily routines. It is great in the washing machine with our laundry, it can be used to make a great body wash, but also gives many people incredible results as a hair wash method.

What It Really Takes To Go Natural With Your Hair

When deciding to transition to natural hair wash methods choosing the best DIY natural product alternative for your hair can be quite daunting. Understanding how to identify if your hair needs moisture or protein and what porosity hair you have is like entering a whole new world!

Before you opt to move to natural hair wash methods make sure you understand what you are in for. It’s an incredibly rewarding process in the end but it is an investment of time and requires lots of trial and error. All you need to know is in our Blog and Natural Recipes. Make sure you read up on what it is really like to use natural organic products on your hair and why it’s important. We also go into depth about our experience with a natural hair lifestyle, divulging plenty of useful tips and tricks as well as our top natural hair wash methods. Soap nuts is definitely part of these tricks and options.

Including Soap Nuts In Your Healthy Lifestyle Habits

Soap nuts are the berries from a specific shrub family called sapindus. Mainly grown in India, they have only recently become available in South Africa. Soap nuts are amazing for all sorts of cleansing activities! Our personal favourite is using them to create a hair wash foam that leaves your hair shiny, soft and full of volume!

How To Make A Soap Nuts Hair Wash …

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