How to make your own Shampoo and conditioner Trial Size Recipe: Shampoo 1 Tablespoon Baking Soda 1 cup Water 1 condiment bottle (from the dollar store!) Add the baking soda to the bottle, fill with water, seal, shake well to combine. Shake just prior to use as the contents will settle. Conditioner 2 Tbs Apple Cider Vinegar 1 cup water 1 condiment bottle (from the dollar store!) Add vinegar to the bottle, fill with water, seal and shake well to combine. Family Size Recipe: Shampoo 8 Tbs. Baking Soda 64 oz Recycled bottle Water Bring 2 cups of water to a boil, add the baking soda, stir till dissolved. Fill the 64 oz container half full of cold water, add the dissolved baking soda mixture to it, fill to the top with water. This makes 64 oz of homemade shampoo. (About a months worth for 2 people) Cap, shake gently before use. Technically you don't have to boil the water in order to dissolve the baking soda, but I prefer this method because then the "shampoo" doesn't separate when it sets for long periods of time. Conditioner 1 c. Apple Cider Vinegar 64 oz Recycled Bottle Pour the vinegar into the 64oz bottle, add water to fill. Cap, shake gently before use. If you prefer to make the larger recipe, we recommend getting the condiment bottles to keep in the shower (for space saving reasons!) and just refill them as needed. How to use the Homemade Shampoo First, you don't need to wash your hair everyday, nor should you. Washing your hair daily strips it of the natural oils your body produces to protect your hair. Wet your hair well, squirt or pour the homemade shampoo onto your hair and gently massage it into the hair and scalp like you would any shampoo. Repeat the process with the homemade conditioner. This natural shampoo is also a wonderful anti-dandruff shampoo.