While the process for making a shampoo bar is the same as making soap and the ingredients are similar, a well-formulated shampoo bar is not your typical soap bar. Shampoo bar "recipes" are tweaked to use different proportions of oils and butters and to include botanicals, like nettles right, herb infused oils and essential oils that are known to help nourish the hair and scalp.
Herbal infusions have been used for centuries to naturally soften hair, increase manageability, and restore luster, body, and bounce. Hair tea recipe blends can be designed with specific herbs that have been found helpful in achieving a particular result. Herbal hair rinses can provide deep cleansing, enrich natural hair color, soothe irritation, prevent dandruff, or stimulate the scalp to increase growth.
Cradle cap is very common in young infants. It usually appears on the scalp and occurs most often between the ages of two and six months but can last longer. Symptoms can vary from simple dandruff-like flakes to oily, yellowish or brown crusting patches.