Clarifying Shampoo -

Clarifying means bringing your hair's pH down to it’s proper acidic value when using a alkaline cleanser. This dual process is damaging to your hair and your scalp, as it forces your hair's pH to go up to 8 or 9 and then go back down to a 4.5 in a very short period of time. This is why so many shampoos on the market advertise on them being pH balanced shampoos. Therefore it is advisable to only use this shampoo 1-2 times per month to get rid of hair product or pollutant build-up.
  • Mix 1-2 cups of warm water with 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. 
  • Apply to your hair in the shower and let it sit for few minutes .
  • Rinse completely.

Dry Shampoo -
  • Use to soak up unwanted hair oils, when you’re short on time.
  • Coconut milk powder/cornmeal/baby powder/baking powder (all will work).
  • Lightly dust your roots with the powder of your choice for an instant matte look which makes the hair look freshly washed. 

Thickening Rinse -
  1. Beer Rinse -
    • Gives your hair bounce and loads of body.
    • First Shampoo and condition your hair.
    • Now take a room temperature hops beer and pour it over your hair.
    • Leave it in for a few minutes and rinse lightly. 
  2. Flour Rinse -
    • Take blended whole oats &/or cornstarch &/or arrowroot powder (¾ tablespoon of each)
    • Mix with the 1 tablespoon baking soda and 1 cup of warm water
    • Add more water to obtain the desired thickness.

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