The baking soda and vinegar hair wash can make your hair look gorgeous
Sometimes it’s so surprising how things that you use can be used for something completely different. What we mean is that you are used to using a certain product for merely one purpose but it turns out that it can be used for multiple other purposes. This is the case with baking soda and vinegar.
Of course, you can find the two in almost every kitchen but what about in the bathroom? Sure, maybe some of you make use baking soda to clean the bathroom – brownie points for you. But what about using it as shampoo? It is a known fact that most of us are spending lots of money on buying the perfect shampoo to make our hair shine bright like a diamond and glow in the sun. However, the irony is that the perfect ingredients are right there in front of you.
It has already been proven that using baking soda and vinegar on your hair has a lot of advantages. First of all, soda cleans your hair like nothing else. Furthermore, these two ingredients repair damaged hair and make it glow.
That is why we have decided to share this secret creation of a super effective and cheap homemade shampoo, that you will definitely thanks us for later, with you.You should be aware of the fact that the proportion you need to use depends on your hair, its length and thickness.
For average length and thickness we would recommend you mix 3 tablespoons of baking soda with 9 tablespoons of water. Mix it well and spray it all over your hair, leave it on for about 5 minutes and then rinse it off.
Now, it’s time for the apple cider vinegar! Mix one part of ACV with four parts of water and add some essential oil to get rid of the smell. Repeat the spraying procedure all over, let it stay on for a while and then rinse it off but make sure you are rinsing with cold water, this is crucial.
As you may see there is nothing complex about this process and it is not that time-consuming. You may repeat this procedure as often as you wash your hair. Just a week and you will notice the amazing effects!