Zoom – Baking Soda, your eco-friend 20

Green yourself, change your behavior and your habits! Make sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3 (or baking soda) your best friend eco-product: cheep (around 2 in Greece), present in all supermarkets, 100% natural and ecological and has many usages. It is a white powder made ​​from chalk and salt.

Cleaning & Health – Tip 20 Your best eco-friend for your hair

Dandruff? Oily hair? Don’t worry, there’s an ecological solution and more affordable than buying organic shampoo if you store is too expensive. Yes, “baking soda” can help you and it is the ideal product to take off all gel and color remnants.

Greasy hair

If you want a good way to fight the oiliness of your hair, there is an easy and practical solution: put a teaspoon of baking soda into dosage of shampoo you use for your hair (not in the shampoo bottle opn your hand before the shampoo).

Hair with dandruffYoung woman taking shower and washing her hair

Stress and unhappiness usually have an important impact hair’s health. Dry skin and dandruff is very common. The magic potion has more to offer you: to exfoliate all of your hair from dandruff, pour 4 tablespoons of baking soda on your wet hair, apply evenly all over the skull with a gentle massage of the scalp and rinse well. Then choose your shampoo as usual.

Removal of gel and color remnants

Don’t forget baking soda to clean your hair carefully. You can add 1 teaspoon of baking soda in your shampoo, then make a good massage and leave the potion 3-4 minutes to react. Rinse well with clean water. You may notice that your shampoo will froth less, but the action of baking soda wipes out all remnants of gel and color of your hair.

If you do not have the ideal shampoo at home at the right moment; baking soda makes life easier. Of course it is a good ally against oiliness and dandruff. So don’t wait any longer and try it!

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