A Whispy Wonderland of Tresses.

UPDATE AS OF DECEMBER 2014: Back when I started doing this (almost 3 years ago), I really started getting into making my own products. I came up with an incredible product, BROAD SAUCE, to go along with the no poo method, and have been selling it in an online shop next to the Beard Oil I created for men!

Scandalwood | Broad Sauce

It’s a 5-in-1 cleanser and moisturizer for hair and skin, and it really works wonders! You can get all of the details and descriptions for the different oils here. And since you were awesome enough to visit my blog, feel free to use coupon code ‘JATW’ for 10% off your first bottle!


So I recently read a post on a blog called Letters To The Editor about natural hair care, thanks to my lovely friend Carrie. I had kind of always had a sneaking suspicion that the stuff we buy at the store was probably not the best stuff to be putting on our scalp, due to the fact that I simply cannot pronounce half the stuff on the ingredients list. I’ve also heard things, but nothing had really motivated me to ditch the suave and go for a more holistic route as far as my hair goes. Well, thanks to that post, all has changed. I didn’t realize that shampoo was basically a detergent that strips your hair of not only dirt, but all of it’s natural oils. It causes buildup which prevents the natural oils produced by the scalp from releasing, which is why we need conditioner. But because conditioner isn’t the real deal, it doesn’t hydrate and take care of your tresses the way your body’s natural process would. Now that doesn’t sound TOO BAD, but as I read on I found that there are other ingredients in store bought shampoo that can be harmful to us over a long period of time. The post is great, you should read it!

Anyways, I decided to use the recipe she provided to make some natural hair wash and rinse. Now friends, I am not about to just give you a little tutorial on something I haven’t tried. I’ve been using this recipe for the past week, and my hair not only feels clean, but it has gotten softer and has stayed clean longer! I’ve used the wash every other day, and the rinse only once.  As soon as I share the ingredients, you’ll probably think I’m crazy. But fret not! The hair wash smells good if essential oils are added to it and the smell of the rinse is immediately gone after rinsing!

First, go and read the article and then get these items out of your pantry:

Baking Soda

Apple Cider vinegar

Essential oils (not necessary, but will make your hair smell nice)

The recipe for the hair wash calls for 1 tbsp of baking soda per 1 cup of water. She does mention that everyone’s hair is different, so it might take some trial and error to find the perfect combo for you. But this mixture worked for me just fine! The rinse calls for 1-2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar per 1 cup of water. Again, once it is rinsed out, there won’t be any smell. If there is a lingering odor, then you have used too much vinegar. This mixture also did great for me. Here’s what the process looked like:

I took an empty sparkling water bottle and got all the sticky off of it.

Broke out some of Martha Stewart’s craft paint (best craft paint I’ve ever used) and labeled my bottles.

I put 4 cups of water for the hair wash and 4 tbsp of baking soda. For the rinse, I only used 3 cups (since you don’t have to use the rinse every time you wash) and did 3 1/2 tbsp of vinegar.

I added a small amount of Lavender and Eucalyptus essential oils to my wash to give my hair the best smell (and the lavender also stimulates hair growth) It’s ok if you don’t want to add any oils.  Your hair won’t smell bad, it just won’t smell like anything.

And there ya go! Custom made, simple hair care products. Not only is it healthier, but man is it cheaper, especially if you have long hair.

Her post also includes recipes for other hair stuff like hairspray and hair gel!


Update: Here’s another really awesome, way more popular blog post about this from another woman seeking simplicity. She has been washing her hair with this for over 2 years now, and have a wealth of information! Also, after talking with a lot of people and hearing different takes on it, this method of hair care is not  meant for everyone. Don’t just settle for reading my experience, do some more research!

  96 comments for “A Whispy Wonderland of Tresses.

  1. Kim Mears
    March 2, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    I have been thinking about doing this for a while. You have inspired me to try it! Thanks!

  2. Tricia
    January 2, 2013 at 11:46 am

    I’m wondering how you use a shampoo of thin consistency. Also, I add caffein powder to my shampoo for growth, 4 ts per 8 oz…. if I tend to use more ‘wash’ than shampoo due to lack of control when pouring thin liquid, I should use less caffein to get the same amount to my hair? I will try!

    • Margaret
      November 26, 2014 at 10:09 pm

      You can add Knox for hair gelatin it will thicken mixture

  3. teri
    January 16, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    Just curious, could I apply this with a spray bottle to ensure even application or do you use a bottle every time and just dump it over your head

    • January 17, 2013 at 10:54 am

      i just use a bottle and slowly pour the desired amount on my head. But I am curious to see if a spray bottle would work better, I never thought of that! If you do it, let me know how it goes.

      • tracy fochs
        January 17, 2013 at 11:46 am

        can’t wait to try, question , do you get a lather from the wash? what kind of washing experience did you encounter compaired to washing your hair with stor bought brands? how long did you keep the wash & rinse on your hair ? when i try i will post my experience ?

        • Sunny
          April 12, 2013 at 1:59 pm

          Lather in typical shampoos are from the sulfates- which aren’t particularly good for your hair!

      • Bethany F.
        April 21, 2013 at 5:40 pm

        I use a.spray bottle for the acv rinse and a pointed tip mustard/ketchup bottle for the BS wash. So far so good.

      • maxine brooks
        April 29, 2013 at 12:51 pm

        What about a squeezable condiment bottle….just saying, you could even rinse out a catchup or ?

        • April 29, 2013 at 3:52 pm

          Yes, a squeezable condiment bottle would work well with the hair rinse, but it might get clogged with the hair wash.

          • April 29, 2013 at 6:09 pm

            Yes, a squeezable condiment bottle would definitely work for the rinse, but I think it would get clogged if used for the wash.

      • Thelma
        May 24, 2013 at 7:20 pm

        YES, it works great in a spray bottle. I put both shampoo and rinse in 2 plastic bottles and hang them in the shower,that way if they drop, no broken glass.

      • Michelle
        June 26, 2013 at 1:21 am

        Hey megan, i was just wondering. The blog that you had a link to said that for frizzy hair to add honey. Do you know if thats added to the baking soda wash or to the vinegar rinse?

        • Melissa
          July 29, 2014 at 12:18 pm

          I know this is an older post, but I’ve been using this method for a while now and I love it! I do add honey to mine (to the wash). I also add essential oils to both the wash and the rinse. But, I usually make up these in single use batches, the baking soda stays more active that way! Good luck everyone!

          • Patti Ross
            September 1, 2014 at 9:36 am

            How much honey do u add?

      • Tanja
        June 10, 2014 at 2:59 pm

        If your hair stayed clean longer, as you wrote, why do you use it every other day? Is it necessary to use it that often?

        • June 12, 2014 at 10:16 am

          I think at the beginning, as I was trying it out, I was using it every other day. Eventually I was able to use it once or twice a week. There really isn’t an exact “how to” with this stuff. Because there are all kinds of hair types, it’s going to vary from person to person.

          • Tanja
            June 18, 2014 at 12:52 pm

            ok, thanks. Also, I’ve tried hair rinse, but I left it on my hair too long, and now my ends are all burned, it’s like I’ve burned them with an iron. So be carefull cause apple cider is also very strong, it can do contraeffect on your hair.

  4. Rebecca
    January 18, 2013 at 12:25 am

    The link you have in your blog post is broken. :-(

    • January 18, 2013 at 9:39 am

      Thanks for pointing that out! I went ahead and took that link out because for some reason I could not get it to work, but the first link in the very first sentence will take you to it!

  5. Rebecca
    January 18, 2013 at 12:26 am

    The link you have in your blog is broken. :-(

  6. Kate
    January 31, 2013 at 10:40 pm

    How does the wash work if you use product in your hair?

    • February 13, 2013 at 10:20 am

      It’s actually really great for you if you use products, because the solution will clean your hair and pores out at the end of the day.

  7. Sam
    February 17, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    I have been using this system on my son and myself for the past few months. We use the baking soda mixture every four days and the apple cider vinegar mixture every day. We put the shampoo in an old mustard bottle, it’s easy to pour over the head and in certain spots better and the conditioner we put in a spray bottle. We wash our hair first and leave the conditioner in there until we have completely finished showering and then we rinse it out. I leave some extra vinegar in my hair because once it dries there is absolutely no smell and it makes my hair more shiny. We decided to try this because my son and I have psoriasis extremely bad on our scalps and the first day we did this it was gone. My son also has psoriasis on his legs so I spray the conditioner on them and rub it in. No lingering smell and bye bye psoriasis. It’s costs pennies to bathe now compared to our thirty dollar specialty shampoos that worked only sometimes and our fifteen dollar specialty lotions. The baking soda needs to be rinsed entirely out of your hair because it can cause nasty build up and it should only be applied to your scalp and not the entire length of your hair. You should only need about 1/3 or 1/4 cup on each mixture every time you use it. People have talked about an adjustment period where you hair resembles straw but I’ve never experienced that.

    • February 18, 2013 at 10:36 am

      That’s great! So glad to hear that your and your son’s psoriasis was cleared from one of life’s simplest products.

      I usually have to use the entire cup of mixture because I have soooo much hair, and yes I only apply it to the roots and it does the rest. I did go through the adjustment period for about 2 weeks, my hair wasn’t straw like but it was super oily, way more than usual. I researched that, and it’s completely normal. Your scalp is so used to being blocked from producing oil, that once it’s cleaned out, it overproduces for a time period and then evens out. More power to those that don’t have to go through that! But even so, it was worth it. My hair is clean, pliable and being treated right. It’s also quite a savings on the bank account, like you said!

    • Concerned reader
      July 27, 2014 at 4:50 pm

      Using a glass bottle in the shower probably isnt a good idea. J/s

      • August 13, 2014 at 3:52 pm

        It’s worked fine for me!

  8. Abby
    February 21, 2013 at 10:22 am

    I have heard that using ACV is not good for color treated hair. Is this true? If so, is there an alternative that is safe for color?
    Thank you! GREAT post!

    • February 21, 2013 at 6:54 pm

      From my research, it is ok to use in very small amounts, and actually helps balance out the PH levels. Too much and it can strip the color. I would try it out, spray a little bit of the solution on the ends of your hair and rinse after about 10 seconds. I don’t have color treated hair, so I cannot say for 100% sure! I would definitely do some more research just to be safe.

      • Beverly
        March 4, 2013 at 9:47 pm

        I use ACV and I color my hair…..it has never hurt my color and it helps with dry scalp…helps with the itching….my problem is remembering to buy more when I run out!!! LOL

    • Barbara Hernandez
      April 29, 2013 at 9:04 pm

      My hairdresser told me that Vinegar actually helps set the color, especially reds. I did not notice a problem with it.

  9. AJ
    February 23, 2013 at 2:54 am

    ACV is good for dry/normal hair and white vinegar is good for oily hair. I have used this a few times. I just hate how “straw” like your hair is. I heard it takes a few weeks to not be that way. And where i first saw this post, she said to use spray bottles. So to the person who asked, yes you can use spray bottles. :)

  10. ArleenDisco
    March 24, 2013 at 2:25 pm

    I wonder if it would be easier to just sprinkle some baking soda into your hand and rub into wet hair? Then rinse? Also, just add some vinegar to a spray bottle and spray on then rinse? I love these ideas and I am excited to try it out!

  11. Andrea
    April 6, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    Hey Megan!
    I realize this post is a year old but I’ve been browsing your blog and Pinterest and realized that we have some things in common, namely sprouting from this interest in safer product use and making your own to go above and beyond. If you still manage this blog can you get in touch with me via email? I wanted to ask you about a similar subject. Thanks! Xoxo

  12. krystal
    April 12, 2013 at 6:44 am

    Can this mixture be used in African American hair

    • April 17, 2013 at 12:46 pm

      I am not sure, I would recommend doing some more research for your hair type just in case!

  13. cassey
    April 21, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    does this wash out color in dyed hair?

    • cassey
      April 21, 2013 at 10:26 pm

      nevermind i found it thanks though

      • Cassey
        June 10, 2014 at 8:56 am

        Do you pronounce your name like “Casey” but spell it with two “s s” only reason I’m asking is because my full name is Cassandra but I am called “Casey” but I spell it with two ss and I’ve never seen anyone spell their name that way!!!!

  14. Leigh
    April 21, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    Does baking powder work just as well as baking soda?

    • April 24, 2013 at 12:37 pm

      While baking powder does contain baking soda, it also has other stuff in it, including drying agents (like starch), So I def wouldn’t recommend substituting powder for soda.

  15. Marci Nadler
    April 22, 2013 at 3:24 am

    I just tried this tonight for the first time. Hair was no tangle and shines like crazy. I swim almost daily so I have been looking for something to use besides shampoo and conditioner that is just ruining my hair. I am hoping the baking soda will neutralize the chlorine. The hair is getting so thin that if this helps OMG I will sing the praises.
    My hair was already like straw so it should be an improvement. LOL

    • April 24, 2013 at 12:36 pm

      That is great!! Yes, I have heard this concoction goes over really well with swimmers hair. I’m not a swimmer, but a few years back someone’s pool died my hair green. My friend is a hair dresser, and he gave me this little sample packet of stuff you put in your hair that will take the color out and give it back it’s softness and shine. I looked at the ingredients later on, and it was essentially baking soda with other stuff haha!

  16. nikki
    April 22, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Yes it can.

  17. Courtney
    April 25, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    I’m a hair dresser. I tried this this morning. I love it. It removed all the residue out of my hair without making it feel too dry or like it did nothing at all. I would add some tea tree oil to the shampoo. I felt like for my hair being that it’s over processed that I needed more oil. so I used some olive oil after I washed my hair. I tried a spray bottle for both. The baking soda blocks the tube of the spray bottle but works great for the conditioner. Thanks a bunch I will pass this on to others.

    • April 26, 2013 at 2:06 pm

      Fantastic! I’ve been adding tea tree to mine as well, and it’s been great.

    • Barbara Hernandez
      April 29, 2013 at 9:06 pm

      Coconut oil works really well also.

  18. Angela
    April 26, 2013 at 9:58 am

    I have used vinegar for years straight out of bottle ft conditioner when I had to use love treatment. It keeps my hair healthy and softens that eggs. The live shampoos strip but the vinegar softens and protects the hair.

  19. Courtney
    April 28, 2013 at 10:21 pm

    Does the hair stay clean if you use a straightner on the t
    Hair after washing it with this product ?

    • April 29, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      I’ve used a straightener after washing with this product and it stayed clean!

      • April 29, 2013 at 6:08 pm

        I’ve used a straightener after washing and it stays clean just fine!

  20. forest
    April 29, 2013 at 4:21 pm

    another option for the rinse is a half lemon squeezed into a half cup of water….after washing let water drain off hair by stepping out of shower for a minute…then pour lemon water over hair while massaging it in quickly before it drains away down the body….it is good for skin and hair….step back into shower water and rinse most of it off after good massaging of hair, but ok to leave some in that is diluted with the shower rinse water….is actually a good skin ph balancer for scalp and body skin…aloha

  21. looloo
    May 1, 2013 at 5:48 pm

    With the shampoo, do you massage it into your scalp like regular shampoo? And the conditioner, do you let it sit on your hair for awhile?

    • May 2, 2013 at 10:13 am

      I pour wash onto my scalp and let it kinda spread out for a few seconds and then do a really good massage. If you do this, you won’t have to cover your whole head with the wash, just make sure you get all of the scalp. The kind of hair you have will depend on how long you leave the rinse in. I tend to have more oily hair, so I’ll only leave mine on the tips for about a minute, sometimes less. It’s a trial and error kinda thing, it may take a while for you to figure out the perfect amount, but keep at it!

  22. looloo
    May 2, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    Thanks! Tried it today…works great! Going to go get some essential oils to make it smell good, and I am going to try some tea tree oil too. With the oil, do you add it into the wash, or is it a separate treatment? Thanks for all your help!

    • May 6, 2013 at 3:57 pm

      You can add it to the wash or the rinse. With tea tree, use very sparingly! One time I put too much and it burned a little. No harm was done, but if it can run down your face and into your eyes and it feels like hell!

  23. Andrea S.
    May 3, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    I’m sure someone has already asked and I just glossed over it, but is this safe to use everyday? I have an oily scalp with fine, curly hair.

    • May 6, 2013 at 3:55 pm

      I definitely wouldn’t do this every day. If you use it properly, you shouldn’t need to. I also have really oily hair, and once I got the mixture right, I’m able to wait 3 days until I wash again.

  24. Cassie
    May 3, 2013 at 10:40 pm

    Just tried it a few minutes ago…my hair was feeling all silky and nice then I actually started running my hand over it and it feels so GREASY!did I do something wrong?:/

    • May 6, 2013 at 3:55 pm

      It could be two things: 1) you didn’t use enough of the wash or 2) your hair is going through a process that might take a few weeks to adjust. When your scalp is all cleaned out for the first time, there’s no more blockage and the your natural oils can overcompensate. This doesn’t always happen, but it can, so try adjusting your wash mixture and if that doesn’t work, it’s probably issue #2. You can learn more about that on the blog I put a link to in the post!

  25. Sally
    May 6, 2013 at 5:04 am

    I just might have to try the shampoo & rinse, I just have a ? for the one who took the pics, because I saw the one with the mushroom canisters in the background…I have a set just like that I got at a garage sale years ago…I haven’t seen another set till that picture…I have the matching mugs & soup bowl. It didn’t have the ladel with it though,& one of the tops is broken. I was gonna give them to a friend, but she decided she didn’t want them anymore. They are still packed away.lol

    • May 6, 2013 at 3:52 pm

      Oh my gosh, that’s awesome! I’ll gladly take them off your hands if you still want to get rid of them!

  26. Naomi
    June 1, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    I’ve heard this method called the “no-poo method.” I read about it on another blog before and I really want to try it! I am concerned though because on the other blog I read it said for the 1st week or so it’ll look little gross and yucky as your body tries to adjust to the products. Did you have this experience, if so, do you think it would be wise to mix your shampoo and conditioner in with the vinegar and baking soda and slowly ween yourself off of shampoo so the change is not so drastic?

    • June 6, 2013 at 1:00 pm

      I did experience that process, but it only lasted about a week and a half for me. It’s not really something that other people are going to notice, you will just feel like you are gross. But if you can push past that phase, it it great!

  27. Brittany
    June 17, 2013 at 11:40 am

    What would you do if you swim a lot? I go to the pool at least 3 times a week in the summer? Would the chlorine come out with this mixture?

  28. Sophia
    June 29, 2013 at 1:16 am

    Hi, I have long, thick curly hair, and have recently decided to switch to ‘au natural’ products, so I decided to research this BS and ACV method. I haven’t tried it yet, but I really want to know first if me using coconut oil as a pre-shower deep conditioner with the baking soda as a wash will be able to wash it out well enough. Thanks!

    • July 21, 2013 at 9:18 am

      I definitely wouldn’t use the coconut oil before every washing. I tried doing that and it was impossible to get out without using regular shampoo and conditioner. But that was my hair! Yours might be different, there’s no harm in experimenting.

  29. Nicole
    July 25, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Just wondering if I could use it with my henna hair. Or would the acid in the vinegar not go well with the henna

    • September 26, 2013 at 1:46 pm

      I would research that a bit more, as I’ve never used henna in my hair couldn’t give you a safe answer on that one.

      • Megan
        November 25, 2014 at 3:25 am

        I have some chemical sensitivities, numerous health problems, and moved to a drier climate this year (to help with my joints & allergies). I have been moving towards more natural approaches for skin & hair care for both my health & budget. I just switched to using henna on my hair this year (even the gentlest dyes blister my scalp, but it doesn’t – yay!). The ACV rinse I’ve been doing for my eczema works great, & actually seems to extend the life of my color. Since I dye it red, and reds fade fastest, that’s saying something. I haven’t tried the baking soda & honey wash, but definitely will now, as well as the coconut oil treatment. My hair & skin have always been a combination of oily & super dry. I am also gradually switching over to cleansing my skin with oil – there is a great Instructables on it. I have been doing a lot of research in this area, so was thrilled to find your “no-poo” tutorial! Thank you!

  30. Raine
    August 14, 2013 at 4:16 am

    Is it color safe?

  31. Nicole O.
    August 18, 2013 at 8:27 am

    What should you do if you have really bad dandruff?

  32. Nicole O.
    August 18, 2013 at 8:28 am

    What should you do if you have bad dandruff?

  33. shannon
    August 23, 2013 at 12:55 am

    I have been using these for about a month and love it! I use spray bottles though, its easier to apply, and doesnt use so much!

  34. Jenn
    October 25, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    I have been struggling with breakage. It’s to the point I have been trying diet, vitamins, changing shampoo and conditioner treatments…. I read your post and I thought I give it a try. Today was the first time, loved it! I did not use enough of the wash but trial and error… I added tea tree oil to the rinse. Then used coconut oil spray on my towel dried hair… My natural curls look awesome and I did not have to use gel or hair spray to limit the frizz. I can see I will have to be careful not to touch my hair to break up the curls, but day 1 my hair is already better. I wanted to ask and confirm… Do you use 1 cup of wash and how often? And how much of the rinse? Often? Reading both sites there is conflicting info… Wash every 2-3 days but rinse everyday? Since my hair is curly and sets better when it’s wet entirely… so days 1-2 could be just plain water? Also much of the lavender and other extracts do you use in the mixtures? I only put a couple drops of tea tree based upon one of your previous posts. Also where do suggest purchasing? I see that Walgreens sells the extracts online but not in the store. I’m a rookie that’s this natural stuff. Thanks for any suggestions!

  35. Mital
    March 7, 2014 at 7:22 am

    Thank you for giving advice on natural way to clean hair. Is it ok to apply wash for sometime n then wash it out. Same can I do with Rinse?

  36. April 21, 2014 at 7:06 am

    nice tip, thanks! In the spirit of returning the favour, did you know that you can use peanut butter in place of goo-gone (assuming no allergies of course)? Just smear it on, let it set for ten minutes, and the old label will wash off.

    • April 21, 2014 at 9:48 pm

      oh that’s awesome, thanks!

  37. Ashley
    May 26, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    I’m so excited to try this. I’ve been trying to get my hair to grow for years. I trim it every now and then but it’s so stubborn. Do you think this will help my hair grow faster?

  38. bobbie
    June 9, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    I rinsed my hair with used coffee grounds. The grounds balance ph levels, detangles and shines. Never experienced any dryness. Massage grounds on scalp and rinse out. Little to no lingering scent. Make sure to rinse hair and shower well :)

  39. kayla
    June 9, 2014 at 7:00 pm

    So the wash works like shampoo and the rinse works like conditioner? how should i be using these in the shower i want to start and see if my hair gets healthier

  40. jessica
    June 11, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    Where did you find the oils? Like lavender or coconut

    • June 12, 2014 at 10:11 am

      You can get them at any health food store or just order them online. I get most of my oils from essentialdepot.com

  41. kayla
    June 13, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    Soooooo the wash works like shampoo and the rinse works like conditioner? how should i be using these in the shower i want to start and see if my hair gets healthier

  42. danielle
    June 21, 2014 at 1:42 am

    Just a quick tip:
    to get the glue off of old bottles, instead of goo gone, rub with peanutbutter and let it sit for about an hour. Glue rubs right off.

  43. July 5, 2014 at 9:14 pm

    This is definitely something I will be trying.

  44. rashel
    August 14, 2014 at 9:04 am

    I have short hair, and use products like styling wax and gel. Will the baking soda mixture clean that gunk out of my hair well enough?

    • August 14, 2014 at 2:17 pm

      yes! it does a great job of getting all kinds of junk out of hair.

  45. September 10, 2014 at 3:37 am

    I love the idea of your natural hair-wash system. :D I still do wash my hair with a natural soap, but I haven’t tried the vinegar step. Anyway, I like using Martha Stewart’s paint too. They are the best, with wide range of colour. <3

  46. Holly
    October 7, 2014 at 10:03 am

    I have a question. If you have your hair dyed, if they shampoo it, will it reverse all the time spent working on the no poo method? As in, will you have to start all over from scratch and go thru the detox stage again? Is it best to have them not shampoo and condition?

  47. lindsay
    October 13, 2014 at 10:36 pm

    OK I just wanted to say I’ve been doing this for about a week now my hair is kind of dried out but it’s probably the adjustment period. I also wanted to say I did the whole glass bottle thing too but I used wine bottles ;) I keep them on the counter in the bathroom it makes a cool decoration and I use them to fill the bottles in my shower. I use those perinatal cleaning bottles that your midwife gives you when you have a baby. They work beautifully!!! It’s like a mini shower in a bottle lol if you have them lying around I definitely suggest using them.

  48. Tanya
    November 30, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    i have a couple questions…what’s the difference between “rinse” and “wash” and can you use these on your dog?

  49. Dakota
    January 20, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    umm , can i use the white vinegar ( i have a thick curly hair ) and if i use the white vinegar , my hair well be dry ? , please reply my comment :(

  50. Deana
    February 10, 2015 at 12:14 am

    I have used this process for about a week and a half and I am trying to get through the oily phase. I am happy with it so far and can’t wait to see how it works after the oily phase. The only thing I can’t seem to get passed is my hair has extremely static. Should I do something else? Static happens when the hair is dry, but mine is still in the oily phase. Any suggestions?

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