Sunday, April 18, 2010

Almost Free: Baking Soda Hair Wash Method

Almost Free: Baking Soda Hair Wash Method

I have never heard of this before, but after reading this article, I am definately going to give this a try! Just thought I would share. Click on the title and read the article and responses for yourself!

Wanted to add to this post that I tried this today.  It felt really weird and I was sure my hair was going to hang in strings and look terrible.  First there are no suds.  How can your hair get clean with no suds?!  But after massaging in the water/baking soda combo and then rinsing it out, my hair actually and literally "squeaked".  No matter how long I rinse after using shampoo, I never hear that "squeak".  I think it is because here we have such terribly hard water!  But after rinsing the water/soda out really well, my hair squeaked.

Now that it is dry and I brushed it, I am again surprised to report that my hair feels really, REALLY clean.  It is soft, but not shiny.  Not sure how to get that shiny look, as my hair never seems to shine.  But I can report that my hair is really clean!

I don't think I would use this every time I shampooed, but I can see me using it once a week for a deep, deep cleaning of my hair.  Try it and see what you think.


  1. Hi Dee,

    I've been meaning to try that method for hair washing as well.

    Thanks so much for commenting on my blog. I just used regular acrylic paint - the kind you get two for a dollar at Michaels. I have a mix of Delta, Folk Art and JoAnn Essentials. Nothing special. If you decorate jeans, please let me know - I'd love to see it.

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