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!
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By Fairon from Panama City Beach, FL
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@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.
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.
Mix well. Put in squirt bottle for easiest usage.
Squirt all over head. Work into scalp. Rinse. Repeat.
Follow with mixture of 1 TB. apple cider vinegar OR lemon juice per 1 cup water to condition. Work into hair. Rinse. Done!
Hair may take 2 weeks to "adjust" to mixture. If extra conditioner is needed, work coconut oil or olive oil lightly into ends. Enjoy beautiful hair without harsh chemicals!
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By Catherine from TN
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