The benefits of using baking soda on the hair
and scalp, and a simple recipe to use at home. 1. Nowadays we use many different brands of shampoo
and conditioners. The chemicals and fragrances in these can
cause damage and hair loss. 2. By using the simple recipe in this video,
you can stimulate new hair growth, and revitalise existing hair, in a completely natural way. Recipe: You Will Need 3 Tablespoons of Baking Soda 4 Tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar Two small bowls or squeezy bottles. Mix the baking soda with 9 tablespoons of
warm water in the first bowl. In the second bowl mix the apple cider vinegar
with 10 tablespoons of water. You now have a natural shampoo and conditioner! Method: Rinse your hair with warm water and apply
the baking soda mix. Massage this into the scalp and through to
the ends of your hair. Let this sit for 3 minutes and then rinse
with warm water. Then, rinse your hair with the apple cider
vinegar mix. Do not get this in your eyes. Finally rinse your hair with cold water to
seal in the moisture and smooth the hair. This will help to reduce any frizz. 3. If you repeat this every day or two, you will
notice your hair becoming stronger, healthier and shinier. 4. The baking soda and apple cider, will destroy
any bacteria or fungus which may be preventing proper hair follicle growth. 5. This will cure dandruff in no time, and you
will begin to notice new hair growth which is much stronger. 6. In the first month, your hair will seem greasier
and more oily. This is normal. It can take a few weeks for the body to get
used to this natural method. 7. The baking soda works to cleanse your hair
from any chemicals that it may have absorbed from your usual hair care products. 8. This happens because our usual products strip
the hair of natural oils, so it takes some time for the body to adjust. 9. You may need to double the recipe ingredients
if you have extremely long hair. 10. The apple cider is not completely necessary,
but will help to add healthy nutrients to the hair follicles. 11. I recommend adding a few drops of peppermint,
rose or lavender oil to the apple cider for a gentle fragrance. 12. The best thing about these natural remedies,
is that they are very cheap and will save you lots of money in the long term. 13. Please see our other videos to learn more
about natural remedies, including baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Thank you very much for listening, a like
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26 thoughts on “Baking Soda Shampoo: for Hair Growth”

  1. I've been using something like this for over a year and my hair is wonderful, and it is cheaper. When I was using commercial shampoo or plain castile soap, I was getting itchy bumps and pimples in my scalp. When I switched to baking soda, after a few weeks for my scalp to adjust, no more itchy red bumps and no more scalp zits. That alone would be worth it. I have hard water so I need to boil the water to dissolve the baking soda, let it cool, and pour it into squirt bottles. I found I can't stand the smell of vinegar, walking around smelling like a salad even though I'd rinse and rinse and rinse. So I did some reasearch and found that lemon juice is pretty close to vinegar in pH, so I switched to using fresh squeezed lemon juice and water (about 40/60). Baking soda is alkaline and can dry not only your hair but your scalp if you use often enough. The vinegar/lemon H2O balances that out since it is an acid. I just leave the baking soda mix in while I scrub my upper body in the shower, rinse, then pour the lemon water on my head and scrub the rest of my body, then rinse all of me. I also sometimes use the baking soda mix to wash the rest of my body but I always lube down after a shower with a good lotion and foot cream. The lemon juice also helps keep the brassiness out of my snow white hair. I've tried to periodically use a regular shampoo (hypoallergy one) but I still get the itchy bumps so I'm going to skip trying those things. I also only have to wash my hair about every third day (but I don't have oily hair nor do I put crap into my hair), but I rinse it every night with just plain water. If for some reason my scalp gets dirty, like if I sweat too much, I either rinse it in plain water well, or I do just a scalp baking soda wash and rinse.

  2. i am totally confused with this product baking soda . some are saying its helpful in removing unwanted facial hairs and on the other hand How the same thing can grow hair longer and strong . I want to know the actual work of baking soda

  3. this method is (safe/ okay ) for your hair. the apple cider vinegar balances the chemicals from the baking soda. THIS DOES LOOSEN YOUR CURL PATTERN (personal experience ) Dont continue to do it as a result your hair will be dry and brittle and start to break off i recommend to do this every Two weeks . My personal method is i dumped some baking soda into my deep conditioner and deep condition every two weeks ( no apple cider vinegar) I have seen growth and also looser curl pattern. your curl pattern becomes a looser version of what it already is not something different. ( wavy hair to looser wavy hair / spiral curls to looser spiral curls and so on ) use wisely ( METHOD IS ALSO USED AS A HOMEMADE RELAXER )

  4. My hair felt great I think I'll keep doing it because it felt condition right looks better softer As for growing I don't know

  5. I have been using this for around a year now… it works… cured my dandruff… I had eczema at the hairline…. it used to come back when I stopped using it…. now it never comes back… I would recommend adding some coconut oil and or castor oil to the apple cider vinegar tho… it dries after time…. but so so clean and lite… I use squirt bottles… I shake vigorously then spray quickly… it works… citrus oils seem to cover the acv smell the best…. but nothing I have found kills it all the way… but most people don't realize it is acv… meh whatever…. my hair fall stopped… regular shampoo feels so gross and waxy now… I never use it…

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