The main difference you’ll notice about natural shampoo is that it doesn’t lather up the same way your old shampoo did, since those foaming agents aren’t there. This doesn’t mean it’s not getting your hair clean. It can take a few days for your scalp to adjust when switching to a natural shampoo. In the beginning, it may feel like your hair is oilier and heavier than normal. One important trick is to make sure you rinse your hair well, as any residual shampoo can make your hair feel heavier. After a few washes, however, your scalp will adjust and you’ll probably find, like I did, that your hair’s texture is more well-balanced with less oil at the roots and healthier, moist tips. You may even notice your hair is fuller, as some people may experience better hair growth as a result of switching. Or use apple cider vinegar as a hair conditioner (use it once a week to balance the PH of the scalp) How To Use: Shake well before applying to wet hair and vigorously massage 50 seconds as the lather builds, then rinse. shampooing your hair twice for the first time user or you can use shampoo bar to wash. For best results, condition with the Ammil’s Conditioner. Precautions: Avoid contact with eyes. For external use only. Feel free to reach out and contact Ms Tracy to see if we can meet your retail or wholesale needs.
Ammil’s Shampoo ( apricot & peach ) + Conditioner + Shampoo Bar