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  • ElsaPires

    could I use liquid marseille soap instead? we dont have liquid castile soap in Portugal...

  • Heather Platter

    I have reactions to most shampoos so I am looking for something. I have blonde hair and I get the greasy spot on top. Is it necessary to use the green tea and tea tree oil or would it work to just use the Castile soap and clay?

  • Meredith Brown

    So, if you cut out the castile soap, I'm assuming this could also be used as a face mask? It seems like yes, but maybe the clay is a bit strong. Maybe a honey substitute? If you have any suggestions, that'd be cool. I'm trying this natural thing out, but my skin is pretty dicey, and I'm not sure if I'm quite ready to give up my la roche posay face regimen. Even if I am still breaking out. Bleh.

  • Carrie Joyce

    Hi Lesley! I also have majorly oily hair and most products don't cut it. I'm really excited to try this recipe (green tea is brewing now). Is it possible to make large batches ahead of time? How long does it keep? Should it be stored on a shelf or in the fridge?