Medicinal plants shampoo for dry hair

Herbal shampoo : Soapword and elder shampoo

Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) is rich in saponins, which produce much foam in contact with water. Soapwort has been used as an organic soap for a long time, hence the name. It helps to clean your hair without damaging its structure.

Elder (Sambucus nigra) besides having bactericidal properties, possesses anti-baldness properties so it can help stop hair fall.

How to make a shampoo with medicinal plants for dry hair


– 10 g of soapwort root.

– 2 tablespoons of elder flowers.

– 2 cups of water.


– In a bowl mix the soapwort root with the elder flowers.

– Pour over them a couple of cups of boiling water.

– Cover it and let it stand for 1 / 4 hour.

– Filter the mixture


It’s a single use preparation. Stir it well before use.

Apply on your hair abundantly. Leave it there for 5 minutes and rinse your hair well, preferable with mineral or natural water without chlorine. Repeat the process.

More natural shampoos for dry hair:

Avocado shampoo

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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

Article updated on: 28 March, 2019

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