(ABOVE)  In this video review, I discuss my favorite natural and organic hair-care products I’ve been using for the past four-plus months.

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FEATURED HAIRCARE PRODUCTS (All Natural/Organic Ingredients)

SHAMPOO:  Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Liquid Soap, Made With Organic Oils, Baby Unscented / CONDITIONER: Dr. Bronner’s Citrus Organic Hair Rinse / MY 100% USDA ORGANIC DIY CONDITIONER: Organic Apple Cider VinegarOrganic Jojoba OilGlass Dropper Bottle (See Recipe Below) / STYLING CREME: Dr. Bronner’s Lavender Coconut Organic Hair Creme / HAIR SPRAY: Herbal Choice Mari Organic Hair Spray


TOP:  Violet + Claire, Old (Alternative HereHereHere)  EARRINGS: 14k Gold Bead Drops (Similar) 

MY MAKEUP (All Natural/Organic Ingredients)

FACE: 100% Pure, Both Crème and White Peach / CHEEKS: Gabriel, Vibrant Pink  / LIPS:  ZuZu, Dollhouse Pink  and ZuZu, Uber / EYELASHES: 100% Pure, Black Tea. (Some links are affiliates. More information here.)

Sunday, August 14, 2016 / Video Review Post Notes

Natural/Organic Hair Care Products I Currently Use

Because this video ran somewhat long, I decided to break it up into two separate posts (Part Two, covering skin care, will publish next week).

In Part One, I talk about all the hair-care products I’ve been using and loving for at least the last four months, plus one I’m looking forward to trying. I also explain when and why I use my store-bought conditioner and when and why I use one that I make myself. My DIY conditioner is wonderful because it’s 100 percent organic, contains only three ingredients, and it removes shampoo film, conditions your hair, and can help to balance your hair’s pH. (The vinegar smell fades once your hair dries.)

My Homemade Organic Hair Conditioning Rinse

What You’ll Need:

1 T Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

1 Drop Organic Jojoba Oil (I transfer some of the oil into a glass dropper bottle so I can measure out single drops)

11-12 ounces warm water

Directions: Combine vinegar, oil, and warm water in a plastic squeeze bottle (I use an old shampoo bottle). After shampooing, pour conditioner all over your hair, from scalp to ends. Leave on for 30 seconds or more. Rinse thoroughly. (Note: Make sure to rinse well.)

If you try the recipe, or any of these products, I hope you’ll let me know how you liked it or them.

~Janis Lyn Johnson


(BELOW) Tops in a similar style to the one I’m wearing in this video.

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