Honey Hair Wash

Honey Hair wash

Honey Hair wash is for all hair types and it’s easy to make and use! Besides making your hair look and feel healthy, this DIY shampoo is great for relieving itchy scalp and other scalp irritations. *Plus, it may help with seborrheic dermatitis on the scalp.

A few years back, I had a small skin cancer area removed from my scalp, and it left me with seborrheic dermatitis… Ugg, my scalp was so itchy 🙁

I tried several different over-the-counter shampoos that were supposed to help relieve the itching but didn’t. So, I decided to make my own chemical-free organic shampoo to find some relief from the itching, and I did! Yippee! 🙂

For more information on making safe DIY beauti products with essential oils, take a look at this post:

“Safely Using Essential Oils in DIY Skin Care”

  Honey Hair Wash

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 Honey Hair Wash Ingredients

You can find all the ingredients for Honey Hair Wash below; just click on the purple links! 🙂

BPA free Squeeze Bottle

*Liquid Castile Soap Lavender or Unscented – liquid soaps are made with over 90% organic plant-based ingredients you can pronounce! With no synthetic preservatives, thickeners, or foaming agents. Which is good for the environment and great for your hair & skin!

*Raw Honey – is wonderful for the hair & skin too! It helps moisturize and soften the skin and has antioxidant properties.

*Rosemary EO  – may help with new hair growth and dandruff, antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory.

*Geranium EO – balances the hair to relieve excess oil or dryness, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, skin healing.

*Tea Tree EO – can reduce pain, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.

*Lavender EO – will help calm an irritated, itchy scalp, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial.

Optional: * Jojoba Oil – Jojoba Oil can help moisturize and nourish dry hair & scalp, and keep it flake-free, which may help with hair regrowth!

Optional: Funnel

EO = Essential Oil


Honey Hair Wash is For all hair types can be stored in the shower. It can last 2 to 3 months. *Best to use within 4 months.

*Note – Honey takes 24+ hours to fully dissolve, so plan ahead by making a batch a few days before you will need it!

*Please understand that we are not offering any medical advice. We do not attempt to diagnose, treat, or cure anything. Plus, we can’t promise that any natural remedy will solve a particular health/skin issue. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your discretion.

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Honey Hair Wash

8oz. ~ 2% blend

  • 8oz. BPA free plastic Squeeze bottle
  • (Optional) Funnel
  • 5 oz. Organic Liquid Castile Soap Lavender or Unscented (- Cleaning, made with Organic Coconut & EO’s)
  • 3 oz. *Organic Raw Honey (- Moisturizes, Antioxidant, Antibacterial)
  • 40 drops *Rosemary EO (- Hair growth, Improves Circulation, Antibacterial, Antioxidant,)
  • 20 drops *Geranium EO (- Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Skin Healing)
  • 10 drops *Tea Tree EO (- Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Healing )
  • 10 drops *Lavender EO (- Anti-inflammatory, Antibacterial, Skin Healing)
  • 1 tsp. Optional: *Jojoba Oil Organic (- Moisturizes and nourishes the hair, and a dry scalp, may help with hair regrowth. )
  1. Combine all ingredients in an 8oz. BPA free plastic bottle

  2. Shake well to mix.

  3. *Note – Honey takes 24+ hour to dissolve fully

  4. Shake well before use.

Honey Hair Wash can be stored in the shower; it can last 2 to 3 months. *Best to use within 4 months.

*Note – Honey takes 24+ hours to fully dissolve, so plan ahead by making a batch a few days before you will need it!


EO = Essential Oil


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