why is my hair turning orange after using baking soda as shampoo?
Began using baking soda 1½ years ago. About 6 months ago my hair started turning orange.
I can not imagine this happening unless you had a previous chemical in there from a dye, permanent or any other kind of chemical treatment. If that is the case I would try to condition is as much as possible to nurse the hair back to a healthy state.
Thanx for your answer... no, no chemicals or anything else. Just regular shampoo before going over to baking soda. Orange tint didnt set in until about 9 months later (around may, 2010).
Anyone else have a reason why this may be happening?
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