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How to Wash Your Hair with Baking Soda

Updated on April 16, 2012

One cheap, little package of baking soda can do amazing things. Some folks use it to clean around the house. Others search out baking soda as a remedy to relieve sun burn and other skin irritations. In a pinch, you can also effectively clean your hair with this amazing product.

You will need:


*baking soda

Clean your hair by adding 1 teaspoon of baking soda (3 teaspoons if you have long hair) to your brush. Run your brush through your hair several times paying close attention to the areas around where you part it. This is a temporary solution to a full wash when you don't have the time to get in the shower. Or, perhaps, you are too busy to make a trip to the store to pick up shampoo and conditioner.

Employ another method of freshening your hair with baking soda by utilizing the same technique as mentioned above. Your goal; here, is to remove the excess oil that can build up in your hair. Follow the same steps mentioned above but rinse out the product before applying your regular amount of shampoo and conditioner.


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