GIVE ME THE SLEEP!
I’m always sleeping, so I just needed a simple, yet effective way to get a bit of extra sleep.
I looked at the ingredients and figured they were simple, but I was not satisfied with the results.
So, I made a little experiment.
I put the ingredients in a plastic bag, packed it in a little box and headed out to my apartment to see what it was.
And here’s what I discovered.
As a chemist, I love tinkering with chemistry, so it was no surprise that I found this formula really useful.
I had some fun experimenting with different chemical combinations.
And, as you can see, I was right!
It is a really effective shampoo, so even the least sensitive of skin has to use it.
And it’s free of all of the common ingredients that I’m used to seeing in gel and shampoos.
I hope you enjoy it too.
1.3 oz of Organic Natural Shampoo – this is the kind of shampoo you’ll find in most beauty supply stores.
It contains ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulfate, lauric acid, propylene glycol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, and sorbitol.
1 oz of Fresh Natural Shampoos – this type of shampoo contains no added fragrances.
It’s made with a mix of natural ingredients, such as aloe vera, lemon, rosemary, basil, sage, and chamomile.
1 cup of Organic Coconut Oil – coconut oil is an inexpensive, natural source of omega-3 fatty acids.
This shampoo also contains a lot of vitamin E, which is needed for the skin to heal.
You can buy this shampoo in most grocery stores, but if you don’t have it on hand, try to get it from your local organic or organic-friendly supermarket.
2 oz of Unsalted Natural Shaving Cream – this shampoo is formulated with a lot more organic ingredients than your typical gel and conditioner shampoo.
It also contains vitamin E and vitamin E-rich avocado oil.
2 cups of Organic Shea Butter – you’ll need about two tablespoons of organic coconut oil per 2-ounce bottle of shampoo.
You’ll also want to try this shampoo if you have oily skin.
This is also a great option for those with dry, sensitive skin.
2-4 oz of Green Tea Extract – this can be purchased at any health food store.
This extract is also used as a skin-care product.
2 tbsp of Organic Olive Oil – this ingredient helps soften the skin and soothe the scalp.
2 tsp of Organic Cocoa Butter – this oil helps soften and sooth the skin.
1 tbsp of Olive Oil or Almond Oil – you can find these oils in most supermarkets, so they’re good for those who have sensitive skin, but not so good for everyone.
1 tsp of Coconut Oil or Coconut Oil Blend – this product contains a good amount of coconut oil and it’s rich in antioxidants.
1-2 tsp of Palm Oil – This product is also made from palm oil.
It is also very rich in essential fatty acids, which are needed for skin to repair.
1/2 tsp Organic Ginger Extract – I like this because it’s not bitter and contains antioxidants.
I like to use this on my skin when I’m really stressed, but it can also be used to treat skin infections.
1 tablespoon of Coconut Milk – this coconut milk contains essential fatty acid fatty acids that help moisturize and soften skin.
You don’t need to add it to your shampoo.
1 tea bag of Organic Hemp Seed Oil – I’ve been using this oil on my face and it moisturizes and softens my skin.
It can also help fight acne.
1 teaspoon of Organic Organic Coconut Extract – You can find this in most organic or food stores.
I use this extract to help moisturise my skin and helps heal wounds.
1 organic, organic organic soy bean extract – this soy bean oil has a high amount of essential fatty acids, which help soften and soften the face.
1 1/4 cups of Pure Organic Coconut Cream – I’m a fan of this because the ingredients are very low in preservatives and phthalates.
1 cups of Coconut Water – This is my go-to for getting the moisture and balance I need in my skin without the drying effects.
1 large jar of Organic Aloe Vera Gel – Aloe verae gel is a very effective moisturizer.
You might think this is just a fancy name for aloe, but aloe is also good for the scalp and skin.
Aloe gel contains hyaluronic acid, which helps soften, soften, and soften skin.
There are also organic extracts of aloe that can be used in the conditioner and gel, too.
Aloes can also protect your skin from the sun.
1 packet of Organic Tea Tree Oil – Tea tree oil is a great source of vitamin C