Beauty, Haircare

How to Make a Natural Shampoo with Mint & Rosemary?

How to Make a Natural Shampoo with Mint & Rosemary?

This Rosemary Peppermint shampoo recipe definitely delivers if you’re seeking a homemade shampoo that isn’t exactly no-poo but is still free of hazardous chemicals.

Making your own shampoo is an excellent method to reduce the number of contaminants in the house. Castile soap, essential oils, and jojoba oil are used to make this all-natural shampoo.

If you are new to this business, you can consider cosmetic manufacturing to moisturize your strands, heal damaged hair, and replace natural oils.

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Why are Rosemary and Peppermint Essential Oils for this Recipe?

The hair follicle and scalp can be cleaned, nourished, and strengthened with the use of essential oils. Particularly rosemary and peppermint can aid with an oily scalp while also enhancing mental clarity and increasing alertness. We could all need a lovely pick-me-up in the morning, as any mother will agree! This shampoo really wakes you up!

Homemade Rosemary Mint Shampoo

Total Time: 2 minutes

Serves: 10-15


  • 6 oz Aloe Vera Gel
  • 10 Tbsp Baking Soda
  • 3 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • 20 drops Rosemary Oil
  • 10 drops Peppermint Oil
  • BPA free plastic dispenser bottles


  • Mix all ingredients together
  • Store in a plastic bottle

Method of Manufacture

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Phase A

• Weigh the Lauryl glucoside in a glass beaker that has been cleaned.

  • Put the SCI powder in. Please put on a mask to prevent breathing in the fine powder.
  • Incorporate Decyl glucoside.

• Lastly, include Lamesoft

• Gently heat the surfactants in a water bath while stirring from time to time. To prevent producing a lot of froth, stir it gently.

Phase B

• Weigh the materials for Phase B in a different beaker while the surfactants are melting.

• Remove the surfactants from the water bath once they have melted and turned translucent, and then give them a moment to cool.

• Stir gently yet thoroughly after adding the hydrosol mixture (Phase B) to the surfactant mixture (Phase A). The mixture will be rather runny at first, but as it cools, it will thicken.

The shampoo is now prepared, but as you can see, it is rather foamy. The froth will settle down after 24 hours if you let the mixture sit in the beaker for some time. Also, apparent will be which is visually appealing. Put it in a lovely bottle, then attach a label.

shampoo product
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We enjoy creating our own beauty products at home to save money and have more control over the ingredients. With a private-label contract manufacturing of cosmetics, you have the opportunity to customize your shampoos, such as color, smell, or packaging options.

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