Easy Way To Get Rid Of Fried Ends On Hair Without Cutting Hair!!! Take a cup of apple cider vinegar and half a cup of water. • Shampoo your hair as normal • then soak hair in the spray. • let it sit for 3-5 minutes NO MORE THAN THAT • wash out with conditioner • it should be good as new! Repeat 1 time every week till satisfied with results!
I have had issues with my hair and severe thinning, itchy scalp and small painful bumps on my scalp as well. Within about 5 weeks of using this shampoo consistently the hair fall had slowed to normal and my scalp was so much better. Bonus-my hair is starting to grow back, not all of it, but enough to make me happy.I am sporting a new crop of baby hairs all over my head. I love the fresh herbal scent and it leaves my hair feeling clean and thicker somehow.
"One of the best shampoos for growing hair I've been using it every other day for over two months and tons of growth. Still have 6 bottles of each left so can't wait to see how long it is once I finish it all! Also make sure you still get your trims cause those are important for hair growth also!" Pinner Says
I don't use shampoo (no poo). A girl's guide to healthier hair.
Wash hair w baking soda and vinegar. My hair has grown a ridiculous amount and is now the longest it's ever been. It also takes 4 days for it to even get SLIGHTLY greasy, where as before it would start getting greasy in less than 18 hours. I will NEVER go back to regular shampoo.
I have been using this on Milla for about 2 months now and it has worked wonders for her dry scalp that shampoo would not do. I will never go back to shampoo and conditioner for her. DIY Baking Soda Shampoo & Apple Cider Vinegar Conditioner – 100% Green & Effective!
No-Poo Alternatives to Baking Soda – Some Recipes: If you’re a die-hard no poo-er that gets tired of using baking soda as shampoo because it has no poo (you miss the suds) or because your hair or scalp is starting to get dry, then this post is for YOU!
Maybe you have hair loss, thin or thinning hair, perhaps you can see your scalp in some areas, bald spots or your hair is falling due to breakage or other factors. These types of hair loss and thinning conditions can be caused by any number of issues which may include the damage done by use of chemical hair products, build up, stress, how you style your hair, and nutrition.