Baking soda has already proven to be a great remedy almost in everything. (healthy living, cosmetics, and household), and it still remains the top 1 solution for many problems.
But did you know that baking soda can act favorably when it comes to hair and promoting growth? If you were not aware of this, keep reading.
Baking soda can strengthen your hair, add a lot of volume and leave your hair dandruff-free.
To learn more on this, read the best baking soda uses when it comes to hair:
Baking Soda Removes Product Residue
Anything remains from a shampoo to other treatment products can easily be disposed of by simply using baking soda. The hair and scalp hygiene is very important, so whenever you need this done, get some baking soda in order to help you with it.
Baking Soda Removes Chlorine
All of you swimmers, and those who work in a chlorine-based environment, you know that baking soda can remove chlorine leftovers easily and keep your hair clean and undamaged. Have you noticed that after getting out of the water in a public pool your hair looks damaged and bad? That’s because in these pools they fill the water with lots of chlorine which is so bad for the hair and skin, sometimes can even alternate the hair’s color. So, whenever you are exposed to chlorine, take baking soda with you !
Baking Soda Promotes Hair Growth
If you have problems with slow growth and weak hair, you will need just a little baking soda and the problem is fixed. Sounds ridiculous, right? Trust me, it’s true. Baking soda acts as a natural stimulator to the roots in your hair and makes them “move around” more quickly. In the end, you get a stronger and better hair!
The following recipe is recommended for all of you who want to get rid of any hair and scalp dirt in a short period of time:
In a small spraying bottle, combine a little baking soda and water and mix them at a 1 to 3 ratio.
If you have longer hair, you will need more of this mix.
For medium-long hair, it is best to use 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 6 tablespoons of water.
Apply this treatment on wet or dry hair and always start from the roots, and move downwards.
Allow the mix to act for a couple of minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.
You can also wash your hair with apple cider vinegar and water at a 1 to 4 ratio. If you don’t like the smell of it, add some drops of your favorite essential oil.
Apply this mix while your head is leaned backwards. (avoid eye-contact with the mix)
Is there something cheaper than baking soda? No there isn’t! It is worth trying no matter what! Believe me, positive results are inevitable.