SC Mint Shikakai Recipe

SC Mint Shikakai Recipe

Sarah Crockers Mint Shikakai Recipe
To be honest with you I was a bit skeptical about putting the Shikakai powder in my hair. I have never seen or heard of such a product until now, I was accustomed to soapy over the counter shampoos and such. After reading about Shikakai and it’s natural ingredients along with it’s benefits. I gave it the green light. Here’s how it went…



My experience

First, I placed the Shikakai powder and water together in a bowl Second, I stirred it until the Shikakai powder and water mix to thick consistency Third, A small amount of Dr. Bonners mint shampoo was added to the mixture (Dr. Bonner is a shampoo I usually use to give my locs to give awesome that mint smell and clean it) Fourth, Massage the Mint Shikakai mixture to my scalp and let it sit for 2 – 5 minutes <div>   ~*Sings the Jeopardy think song *~ </div>Fifth, Washed it out Sixth, Wash my locs with Mango Lime Protein Conditioner Seventh, Dried my hair a little Sixth, While my hair was still a little damp I applied Parachute coconut oil and Shea butter oil to my hair 7th, Went back underneath the dryer for a complete dry 8th Styled my hair! Ingredients Mint Shikakai

  • 1 cup Shikakai Powder
  • 1 cup Water
  • Dr. Bonner’s Mint Shampoo
  • Coconut oil
  • Shea Butter oil
  • Mango Lime Protein Conditioner <div> Recipe Mint Shikakai
  • Mix Shikakai powder with water
  • Stir until paste like or until Shikakai is not lumpy
  • Add Dr. Bonner’s Mint shampoo
  • Massage into scalp
  • Wait 2-5 minutes
  • Wash out with warm water
  • Add Mango Lime Protein Conditioner
  • Towel dry beautiful natural hair
  • Massage shea butter and coconut oil to roots
  • Style as desired


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