Baking Soda Shampoo: It Will Make Your Hair Grow Like It Is Magic

Baking soda is one of the most popular home remedies for which new uses are continuously discovered.

One such new discovery is the use of baking soda for improving the quality and strength of your hair.

By applying baking soda on your hair, you can restore its natural radiance and strength, as soon as a few days after your first use.

Baking soda is very effective when it comes to cleaning your hair from the dirt and toxins that accumulate in it. In fact, it does so much a better job at it then the majority of commercial shampoos and conditioners.

Furthermore, using baking soda will not only do wonders for your hair, but it will also save your money and free your scalp of most hazardous chemicals found in today’s hair products.

However, keep in mind that using baking soda as a shampoo might feel strange at first, but once you see the results you will definitely not want to stop using it.

How to use baking soda to wash your hair:

Washing your hair with baking soda is a two step process.

First of all you will need to make a solution of baking soda and water (with a ratio of 1/3). The amount of baking soda to use will depend on your hair length.

For longer hair use 2 tablespoons of soda and the appropriate ratio of water – 6 spoons.

For shorter hair, use less.

Secondly, you will need to make your rinsing solution, with apple cider vinegar and water (with a ratio of 1/4).

Feel free to add some lavender oil to this solution if the smell is too much for you.

After you’ve made your preparations you need to apply your baking soda solution firstly to your roots, and continue to your ends.

Massage your scalp for several minutes and then wash your hair with warm water.

When you’re done, apply thoroughly apply the rinsing solution you’ve made and then wash your hair again.

However, make sure that you keep your eyes closed, to avoid irritation

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