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Just because something is modern and popular, doesn't mean it's the best option. Up until the late s, people were recommended to wash their hair once a month.
Decades later, the first synthetic shampoo was developed and that frequency increased to every two weeks, with daily shampooing becoming the norm by the s.
Shampoos on the market today might be gentler than past formulas, but they can still wreak havoc on your quest for a sexy mane.
Hair contains natural oil, called sebum in its follicles which is essential for keeping itself conditioned and healthy.
Frequent washing, combined with some of the harsh chemicals in shampoo , strips away those oils leaving your hair in bad shape.
So, how do you rid your hair of excess oil buildup from exercising, styling and daily life? So, in short, instead of allowing chemicals in shampoo to strip your hair, strip away the chemicals instead and stop using shampoo altogether.
A shampoo-free routine makes it possible. The haircare practice is exactly what it sounds like-washing your hair without shampoo-and it's become more popular over the years in both the beauty and wellness worlds and among sustainable living advocates.
If you're wondering what all the fuss is about-and how you might approach it yourself-we asked the hair experts comb through the hype for us.
Here's what you need to know. RELATED: HERE'S WHY THIS SHAMPOO MAY BE BETTER FOR THE OCEAN. While we may often feel the need to wash our hair more often to avoid that greasy feeling, your hair's oils aren't actually that bad, according to Dr.
Michele Farber , a dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology in New York. Farber notes that overwashing can dry out your hair.
My hair is very healthy and manageable. If you want it to smell really good, spritz on some essential oil diluted in water and sprayed from a fine-mist sprayer.
You will want to rub your scalp with your fingertips and water alone at first before applying the bar soap. If you do use the ones with added fragrance, which ones are your favorites?
I could easily see us switching to soap instead of shampoo for our hair. Plus, my mom lives right outside Bend, so I could stock up when we go!
Hi Missie! I use scented ones and like the ones that have some sort of mint. If you mom is local, she can smell all the different scents! I only have to wash my hair every three or four days, and I use a pretty natural shampoo.
I cut each bar in half and each half lasts me weeks for both hair and body, for both me and my daughter. So one bar is maybe weeks?
I would think so Marilyn, and I want to say that I remember another reader saying she used goat milk soap it on her color treated hair without issue.
The vinegar rinse might do something, but you could always skip that. Are there any bar soap brands you would recommend for those with psoriasis or eczema on their scalp?
I do wonder if the shampoo I use is making that worse, rather then helping it. Absolutely — Bend Soap!
Pure olive oil soap works the best with my ezcema. Kiss My Face is the purist I have found. No more bleeding sores, itchiness or dandruff either.
The only downside is that my scalp has a bit of a funky smell. Does the soap co. I just purchased several of the travel size bars to try them out.
This is exactly how I wash my hair! So far, it has worked for me. I love getting out of the shower feeling like my hair is actually clean, and not full of chemicals!
Do you know how this method would work on ethnic hair? Our kids are a quarter black. Our oldest has extremely curly hair that tends to get dry.
Any suggestions for how I could use a method like this for them? Hopefully someone else can chime in here and help. I do occasionally every months use baking soda that has been dissolved first, rinsing extremely well, and then followed up with a vinegar rinse about 2 Tbl apple cider vinegar to 1 qt of water.
I actually do this over a bowl in the sink and run it through my hair a couple times and then put it in the fridge for next time. I pretty much stick to the Curly Girl method, which is cleansing with conditioner.
Thanks so much! Someone very recently gave me the Curly Girl book. She has the most amazing curls. So maybe figuring out how to make them look and feel better will help her love them.
I appreciate your help! I have found that scrubbing my scalp a couplea times a week first with the best I can find rinse-out conditioner and then using a small amount of some sort of cleanser , and then using the vinegar rinse….
Do you use or suggest anything for frizz? It may just take time, or do you have any sneaky tricks or products? I took your advice and used Bend soap on my hair for several months with great results.
Then, we moved to a state with VERY hard water. Any ideas? I have a couple thoughts — one is that it can take time for you and your hair to adjust to different environments.
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What are the benefits of no poo? Is no poo for you? Other tips for healthy hair. The takeaway. Read this next. Thanks for the great overview.
I had heard of this quite a bit, so I was not surprised by the idea. I have found a middle ground with EO brand shampoos and conditioners which are free of yucky chemicals and petroleum.
I would love to save that money though! I never would have thought of this. Thanks for opening our eyes to another option. Blessings today!
Plaque Is Back! My long hair down to my bottom is bouncy, glistens with natural highlights and rarely gets greasy like it did before every day!
Now I wash my hair 3 — 4 times a week. I tried it as an experiment as well and loved the results. My ten year old son uses it as well.
What kind of bar soap do you use? But I am suddenly allergic to ALL shampoos except baby shampoo. Would love to switch to bar soap. And what about conditioner, curly hair needs it.
Thanks for sharing your tips and extra resources too. What do you use for your family Tsh? When Should We Transition From Crib to Toddler Bed? I use Baking Soda and water for shampoo and Apple Cider Vinegar and water for rinsing.
I also use Baking Soda sprinkled on a wet wash cloth on my body while showering and then Apple Cider Vinegar and water for rinsing to normalize my body PH.
I wash my face in the morning with my wash cloth and BS. I have heard this before but was wondering if it actually worked!
Thanks for sharing! It definately makes my scalp itchy and rashy. Instead I use homemade soap now which I can add any fragrance I like to and rinse with regular white vinegar.
You could knock me over with a feather right now! Way to go, Tsh. Your hair looks GREAT! What anew, great idea for me! We switched to Burts Bees products a few years ago when our baby had some breathing issues…we were trying to eliminate chemicals from our home.
The "flu" is alive and well here! Since you are trying to go chemical free in your home, have you ever tried using micofiber? Tsh, you might want to look into it too.
Thanks for spreading this out! No sulfates…. I also do give kudos to ACV and Baking Soda…my hair loves both maybe once a month.
Thanks so much!! About six months ago I started making my own household cleaners thanks to your Spring Cleaning Book!!
I was thinking about the shampoo and conditioner, but thought maybe I was taking it a little too far.
I am so excited to try this. We are just about done with our shampoo and conditioner, so this is a great time to try it.
Thanks for such an informative and encouraging post!! I am so impressed. I tried to wean myself of shampoo by showering less and with less shampoo- but the transition time was just too much for me.
I will have to try again. It really is such a good idea. Good for you. Does anyone know how all of this may work with highlighted hair???
I like this no shampoo idea. Do you know? Thanks for your blog. Love it!! Some of the best, handmade, affordable, organic stuff for your body!
I use it all the time! I have been using just rubbing alcohol as a deodorant for months now, and I love it! It is so great! I just have a little spray bottle with alcohol and give a little squirt or two in the morning and sometimes freshen up just like I have to with deodorant.
A friend told me about it, and I am so grateful. Go to youtube and search making natural deodorant. Also, you can buy a Crystal deodorant stick in a light purple clear container at a drug store walgreens and it last forever.
I made my own deodorant with Baking Soda and it works fine except that you have to keep it in the fridge unless your house stays pretty cool.
I thought mine did but the deodorant still melted a little. I make my own deodorant with equal parts baking soada and coconut oil, with a little lavender essential oil.
We used the baking soda and vinegar for more than a year, and our hair was never softer. Simple can get even simpler!!
I have long, thick, wavy hair, and it was never healthier or happier! By the time I stopped, I was going days between washes, and no one could tell.
But oy, the crap on my comb. Glad to see some of the whys behind the madness! Looking forward to your post s on that, adn thanks for this great info too!
My shampoo and conditioner are about to run out so I will have those bottles to use for the new concoctions. This will make it easier. My only concern is that I color my hair.
I like being darker than my natural hair color. Do you have much research that tells you if going poo free strips you of dye products?
Secret Obsessions. No way. It was horrible. I bought a boar bristle brush as suggested, tried brushing the oils to the tips, everything. But not having a clue as to when that would be was just too much.
Ugh, how on earth did you go 2 weeks with nasty hair?? Just curious…. You may need to take it in stages. With shampoo I can never go hours without a shampooing… with B.
Other than the winter static, my waist-length hair is soft and clean. I still do this as that is what my scalp needs, and my hair so curly the moisture from the water is much needed after this time frame.
I use lemon juice……. I never did take to the apple cider vinegar. I was sooo surprised to see you had done a post about this because — — I have been shampoo free for several weeks now and can not BELIEVE the results of my hair!
I was wanting to do a blog post about this myself! Anyway, I have naturally very curly hair and an oily scalp. I totally ditched the shampoo and within a week, my hair was actually starting to look better than it has in years!
No shampoo!! Goodbye Summer! Goodbye Corn! Nice post about it though! Thanks for the information and resources!
Tsh, This was a SUPERB post! I have very damaged hair dry, colored , blow-dried every day. I saw your post, pulled out the B. I was able to run my comb through my hair I have natural curls that tend to snarl , I could not believe how soft it was!
This new method is SO MUCH CHEAPER than shampoo too. I do not see myself going back, I do see myself getting a squeeze bottle for these potions, much easier than juice glasses!
It sounds like our hair profile is about the same damaged, dry, colored, heat-styled, natural curls—i have more like waves—, etc , I have been trying this method for about a month now..
I have the hardest time with my hair being SO tangled. I can hardly style it all.. A brush is painful, and I cannot even get my fingers through it to pull apart sections for straightening.
How were your results? Do you have any suggestions? I am curious about this post and I, like a few others color my hair — mine is to cover gray so I wonder if this would strip the color or not.
I may have to try it. Thanks for the post! Do you have a more natural soap that you family uses too? I have long, highlighted hair, and my daughter has long, extremely fine hair and our has been so healthy and shiny.
I occasionally rub some jojoba oil through the ends if they get dry. Therefore I need to use shampoo to get the product out of my hair. Such a shame.
I had used the store bought lice stiff and treated 4 times b4 this. This actually worked. Been 5 yrs now. My hair gets terribly frizzy at times… perhaps adding some coconut oil to the ACV mixture would help?
Anyone have any experience with that? I just quit using conventional shampoo at the beginning of August. I am using a all-natural shampoo bar and ACV rinse.
I still have to use a frizz serum to be able to get a comb through my hair and make it manageable. It definitely does not seem as shiny as I thought it would be, and my scalp is sometime itchy.
I did it for about 3 months. It became uncontrollable. I have fine curly hair. For me, not using anything other than warm water to rinse every morning works best.
It took about a week of only rinsing before my hair had what I call a healthy feel and the frizzies disappeared.
Great, great, great post. Someone who commented left me this URL to come read. I am so glad she did. I think I might have to try this! Might actually try this!
We are almost out of shampoo in our house, so we might just give this a try. Hubby is constantly fighting dandruff.
It really is a great idea. Love this! I may just have to try this…. Thanks for sharing. Baking soda is our friend! Meer Challenges Preemptive Love Staff to Soccer 2 Weeks After Surgery!
One question: How do you travel with it? Do you just take a ziplock full of baking soda and an empty plastic bottle? Time and…Coffee? I have no idea but wondered if travelling to South America with a powder in a plastic bag might not be a recipe for disaster.
Can you buy it there? Vicki, Do you happen to have hard water? I found that the baking soda did nothing in my super-hard water unless I added it to boiling water to thoroughly dissolve it.
Loretta, You mentioned head lice. Our family was exposed to head lice soon after switching to baking soda and vinegar, and to my surprise it deterred them!
I spotted very bugs except on the children who have persisted in using shampoo. It seems that vinegar weakens the glue that holds the eggs to the hair shaft, while the natural hair oils make it difficult for them to firmly affix the eggs in the first place.
Cammy, Your husband might find that it helps immensely! My dandruff almost completely disappeared very soon after I started using baking soda and vinegar.
I think it works nicely. I posted a week-by-week account of my switch for those who are wondering what to expect.
If you start reading, do continue all the way to the last post. I wonder if anyone has a cure for that? I notice a HUGE difference when I wash my hair having combed my scalp before hand than when I forget to do it.
Also, the apple cider vinegar, I noticed makes a big difference in how much oil my scalp produces. Thank you for your sharing.
Tiffany Bracelets. Tiffany Earrings. Thank you very much,I have read it now. And welcome to my site, Electonic Gargets. Hey I have been using baking soda for a while…its been interesting because not only is it less harsh on your hair but its less harsh on your wallet…Also it does give your hair follicles a deserved rest…!
However, Im african american and our hair tends to be kind of dry. Can you share a bit more of what you do already Sharon? I use Olive oil after I have washed to wrap my hair.
Well I use the baking soda and water first I leave it in while I take my shower. Than, when its time to rinse off I rinse my hair thoroughly.
Then I take a few minutes and put on my olive oil conditioner. Comb it through and after a few minutes and done. Olive oil is a wonderful moisturizer.
I use it on my feet, legs everything. My hair, however, tends to be slightly on the oily side except when I use chemical straighteners.
I am now in the stage of growing all of the chemically processed hair out 3 inches so far. How do you clean your hairbrush?
Did any of you only wash your hair a few times a week before omitting shampoo, and did that shorten the adjustment period?
Do any of you heat style your hair? Do you put anything on your hair to protect it from the heat? I tried the no-poo thing just using mineral oil silicon- free conditioner method.
Which did not work for me. But I was impressed with this baking soda method which I tried out yesterday.
I had 4 days of icky greasy hair, so I was dubious it would remove all those oils. But it did! For those of you who ask about deodorant, try rubbing a lemon onto the underarms.
Smell comes from bacteria, and bacteria love an alkaline environment. Lemon is acidic and restores the PH balance. You can use this trick when you feel your deodorant is not working on you anymore, try it and you will find you will not need to switch deodorant brands.
I keep hearing about this. I wonder if this method works across ethnic lines. Really helpful for all kinds of hair, including all enthnicities.
I have pretty curly hair and have been poo-free for months. Forgot how long. I use conditioner to wash my hair.