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I mix baking soda with baby powder as a great dry shampoo. I recommend the lavender/chamomile baby powder. The baking soda cleans off build up, and the baby powder soaks up the oil. It's absolutely great when you don't have time for a shower, and gives your hair great body!
By Dorinmoz from Sugar Land, TX
Thanks for the tip; but I too would like the ratio of how much baking soda to how much baby powder, please. And do you just store it in a small plastic shaker, salt shaker, or what?
By Dacoda Z.
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In the 04/25/2012 newsletter, further down the page from the article "Use Baby Powder to Stop Stains" was a related topic, "Make Dry Shampoo with Baking Soda and Baby Powder". By Dorinmoz from Sugar Land, TX
Others had requested the ratio of the two items to use. Was there an answer? This is a cool idea. I want to try it and share it please.
By Jean R.
I would appreciate knowing the answer, too.
I wonder if there is a way to look up answers to questions asked concerning other topics to see if they've been addressed?
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