Wash Hair With Natural Ingredient

Shining Healthy Hair Shampoo Without Shampoo? Shampooing every day is actually fine, especially if your hair is oily and you are active in the high-polluted areas or humid climate. But, wash with abundant foam shampoo is not the only way out to get healthy shiny hair.

Chemical and alcohol content in shampoos can make your scalp itchy and dry, causing the scalp to produce more oil. This is why you wash your hair more frequently.

Interested in trying to wash your hair without shampoo? Although it may take some time for you to be familiar with the results you can have, the benefits will last long,. Imagine a thick and healthy hair of your dreams, without having to deal with chemical reactions in your body. Plus, your hair stays clean longer. Save time, right?

Baking soda powder

The trick, wet hands and take baking soda powder to taste. Rub baking soda into your scalp for about a minute. Then rinse thoroughly.

Alternatively, you can melt baking soda with warm water and use the solution to wash your hair. Do not forget to rinse thoroughly.

Baking soda is alkaline, while the scalp and hair are acidic. Therefore, it is recommended to rinse with an acid solution to restore the pH balance of the hair.

How often do you have to ‘wash’ with baking soda? For optimal results, it is recommended that you leave a space between the session shampoo every four days.

baking soda ‘Shampoo’ suitable for those who have fine hair, greasy, straight or wavy. Baking soda may be too harsh if used on dry hair and rough.

Apple vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is an acid, a suitable partner to be used as an alternative conditioner after you shampoo with baking soda.

Just mix one or two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water, or half a cup of vinegar and half a cup of water, according to the needs of your hair.

Apply vinegar solution throughout the entire hair and scalp, rub and let stand for a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly.

Lemon juice

citrus acid contained in the lemon can help get rid of dandruff.

If your hair is straight or prone to dandruff, use a solution of lemon juice (half a cup of lemon juice, half a cup of warm water) instead of shampoo. Rub the hair and scalp for 10 minutes, comb with your fingers and then rinse thoroughly.

3 things not to do when shampooing without shampoo

If you have made up your mind to reduce the use of chemicals on the hair and scalp with shampoo replace with other materials, there are some things you need to consider that this new routine work and your hair will be healthier.

1. Do not change your shampoo routine suddenly

If you are a person who enjoys shampooing every day, this new routine may surprise you.

Used to the routine of your new shampoo, try to do wash later. For example, wash your hair with regular shampoo tonight, then wash your hair with one of the alternative ‘shampoo’ mentioned above, two days later. Continue to decrease the frequency of shampoo bottles you until you can actually get rid of shampoo.

2. Do not expect instant results

During the transition from shampoo bottles to environmentally friendly alternative products above, you may have periods where would be very greasy hair for a few days (or even weeks), but this will not last long.

If you do not wash your hair, your hair will inevitably produce more oil and make it look weak. But this is a natural reaction. Your hair will get used to it from time to time with your new routine until finally, the oil glands in the scalp can control the oil production back to normal.

3. Do not focus only on the hair shaft treatment

The purpose of shampoo is to cleanse your hair by pouring oil and dirt from every strand of hair. But if you choose to not wash your shampoo with a shampoo bottle, focus your treatment on the scalp.

Healthy hair is showing from a healthy scalp. Exert all your efforts to scrub and cleanse the scalp to distribute natural hair oils for healthy hair growth and equitable.