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The possibilities are endless when using unscented bases. These products enable you to create AMAZING lotions, bubble baths, shower gels, body butter (and even more). Using just a few ingredients, you can make your favorite products even better by choosing your own additives and fragrances!

Today I made a fresh, clean-smelling shampoo using just an unscented base and favorite fragrance oil.

It’s easy. It’s quick. And you’ll love it!

Green Tea Shampoo Recipe 2

You’ll need:

2-3 cups Unscented Shampoo Base

Green Tea & Lemongrass Fragrance Oil

Cobalt Blue Boston Round Bottle

Dispensing Cap

Circle Brown Kraft Label (for packaging)

Green Tea Shampoo Recipe 3

I love the fresh, clean scent of this fragrance oil– but you can use any scent you’d like. Choose an essential oil for specific benefits, or pick a fragrance oil that’s a version of your favorite brand! It’s your shampoo creation so you get to pick!

Green Tea Shampoo Recipe 4

Add a few drops for a lighter scent, or 1 teaspoon for a heavier scent. I like a shampoo that smells GOOD so I pour on the heaver side J

Green Tea Shampoo Recipe 5

Stir the two ingredients together using a spoon. Be sure the oil is completely blended into the shampoo base.

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Transfer the mixture into the bottle (you may want to use a kitchen funnel for easier transfer and less mess!), screw on your cap, and place it in your shower.

Simple, right?!

Don’t forget to make a conditioner to match!

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  1. Do you need a thickened? I absolutely love this shampoo and I tried using a fragrance oil, and it became runny like water. What did I do wrong?

  2. I bought the xanthan gum thickener, how much do i put in it and do I put it in the mix prior to pouring it all in the bottle or put it in the bottle and then shake it all up? Thank you!

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