How to Wash Your Hair with Baking Soda


2014-08-27 16:59:42

How to Wash Your Hair with Baking Soda

One ingredient plus water, this might be a record breaking recipe for us.

No-poo, poo-free, whatever you want to call it it sounds a little funny. But women in the naturally curly world know how life altering this regimen can be for the health of your hair. If you're still on the fence about replacing your shampoo with baking soda then you can check out the Pros & Cons of Baking Soda Shampoo. Our curly community members use this recipe to wash their hair and you'll be surprised how cheap, easy and effective it is.

NaturallyCurly member Curly-Kinky says:

No more shampoo or conditioner for me. I have been "poo free" for a couple of weeks and still can't get over how great my hair looks. This treatment costs around 3 cents and does the same thing as sulfate-free shampoos.

NaturallyCurly member melindaann says:

I use this plus I do an apple cider vinegar conditioner made with hot water and 1 teaspoon of vinegar in a spray bottle...Hair is very soft and not so wild the next morning.


  • 1 tbsp. baking soda
  • 8 oz. hot water


  1. Mix baking soda with hot water and stir or shake until well dissolved.
  2. You can use a funnel and put this in a container like a squirt bottle.
  3. Wet hair well, rub in some of the baking soda and mix into your scalp well.
  4. Rinse.

One ingredient plus water, this might be a record breaking recipe for us. If you try this at home please leave your reviews down below, we know our readers will be curious to see what you think!



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