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Deep Clean Your Hair With Baking Soda

I read in a book that washing your hair weekly with baking soda takes all the build-up from hair products and such out of your hair. You just add about a half a palm full to your shampoo for the night and wash your hair as usual. I tried this and it made my hair VERY foamy while washing it but VERY soft the next day!


Since you can get a box of baking soda for around $.50, it keeps you from spending high prices on those clarifying shampoos and it's multi-purpose!

Source: Baking soda uses book.

By Fairon from Panama City Beach, FL

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June 2, 20110 found this helpful

I have never used soda but I know that vinegar works well too.

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June 2, 20110 found this helpful

Baking Soda mixed with honey makes a great exfoliator too. Just rub it all over your day for a squeaky clean feeling. So fresh and nice. Not just for a facial either. Baking soda and Vinegar are the 2 things I would most hate to be without in our bathroom and in the kitchen.

Now, I'll have to try it on my hair. Thanks for the tip.


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June 4, 20110 found this helpful

Is it ok to use on color-treated hair? Thanks.

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June 9, 20110 found this helpful

@Lucylou, I'm not sure about color treated hair, I would think it may cause it to fade faster than usual. You could always test a small portion of hair in a spot no one really sees I guess. I haven't dyed my hair in years though so I wont suggest or not suggest it.


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