How To Make Gugo Shampoo
Gugo shampoo comes from the Gugo vine. It has been used by our ancestors as shampoo and even soap because it produces a lot of natural suds. It promotes hair growth, healthy, soft and shiny hair. Lemon (kalamansi) is added for fragrance and to soften the hair more.
The Gugo I use and sell comes from Lipa City. The bark is about 18 inches long and more than 3 inches wide.
1. Gugo Strip Shampoo
a. Get a small strip from the bark, put in dipper (Tabo). Add lemon.
b. Hang the Gugo strip after bath. It is reusable as long as it has suds. (If it has no more suds, put in your compost.)
2. Bottled Gugo Shampoo
a. Put half of a Gugo strip in a bowl, let it stay for 30 or more minutes.
b. Squeeze! Enjoy forming natural suds, then put in reusable plastic bottle.
c. For every 250ml (or less) plastic bottle, add 1 or more lemon and half teaspoon natural or organic vinegar. I use cane vinegar. Vinegar is preservative and also another beauty secret to make hair manageable.
CAUTION: Avoid contact with eyes.
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