Liquid Pure Lemongrass Oil Shampoo - 16 Fluid Ounces

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Liquid Pure Lemongrass Oil Shampoo - 16 Fluid Ounces

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$15.79
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$15.79

You cannot beat the awesome smell of Lemongrass Oil and I put alot of it in my liquid shampoo. In fact you will be hard pressed to find anyone else who puts as much Lemongrass Essential Oil in their liquid shampoo.  Also I do not put any other fillers in my sham poo; just Pure Lemongrass Essential Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, Lye*, and naturally occuring Glycerin.

This shampoo is super good.  It takes me a long time to make due to the fact that it is a liquid shampoo made the old fashioned way by hand. It takes me four times as much time to make as my bar soaps!

Lemongrass oil has alot going for it. It has antifungal and antibacterial properties which make it a great shampoo. Furthermore many find its lemony smell very soothing and relaxing and through that it can help soothe muscle aches and restlessness.

There are many other uses for Lemongrass Shampoo. For a full list of what it can help you with I suggest you do a search on the internet.

I am so sure that you will find my Old Whippersnapper's Liquid Lemongrass Oil Shampoo superior to others that I offer a 30 Day guarantee. Please order some today by clicking "Buy It Now". Thank you for your patronage.

Each Liquid Lemongrass Shampoo is 16 fluid ounces and comes in a disc pop top bottle.

(This is a concentrated shampoo.  Please use sparingly.  The shampoo may appear more liquidy than commerical liquid shampoos and may settle or separate a bit due to the fact that it contains no artificial thickeners or emulsifiers.  Shake well periodically to mix if such occurs.)

*Full list of ingredients: Pure Lemongrass Essential Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerine, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, and Lye (used for saponification to create the soap; final product contains no lye).