What Is the Baking Soda Treatment for Hair?

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The baking soda treatment for hair is a great way to accomplish a few very specific goals. Find out about the baking soda treatment for hair with help from a hair specialist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Melisse Medina. And I'm Dayana Medina, The Medina Cardona Sisters. Owner of Three Hair Makeup, Los Angeles. Today, we're going to be talking about the deep cleansing treatment with baking soda. Today, for the baking soda treatment, we need, a funnel. A funnel. That's the word that we just learned, because in Spanish it's embudo. And then, we need a shampoo. Baking soda, about one tablespoon because we're using a six, eight ounce shampoo. If you have a bigger shampoo, like a 12 ounce shampoo, you probably need two tablespoons of baking soda. Two tablespoons of baking soda. So, this is a treatment that's been very popular lately. A lot of people think that it's a new trick, but now it's not. It's like a very old fashioned, Egyptian, Asian-Egyptian used it to. Cleanse their hair. The cleansing for the skin also. So, it has multi-use, it's not only for baking. But let me tell you, today, we feel like a bakery, so let's do it. O.k., you put the funnel in the shampoo, then you. You pour the baking soda. The baking soda, if a little bit flies, something like that, just be careful, in the shampoo. That's it. We close the shampoo, we shake it, we shake it, we shake it. And this will control the oiliness in the hair and it'll do really big cleansing. We recommend it once a week, not overdo it, because then it will dry your hair up. Over-dry your scalp. And the pH is nine point. Point zero, so. PH, I mean there's a little bit of high pH, that means you don't kind of use it all the time, because it will dry up your hair. It's an, yeah, it's an alkaline, so probably the cuticle of your hair is going to open and it's going to deposit a lot of water when you wash your hair. So, if you decide it's too strong for your hair, you shall use like vinegar cider, neutralizing it. Neutralizing, neutralize it, after you shampoo it, if you feel your hair is a little too squeaky clean, too dry, then you just put apple cider vinegar, o.k. With apple cider, equal parts and water, that's what you're gong to use. You'll rinse out the hair and you're going to have beautiful, shiny and clean hair, so. Without any harsh chemicals of the shampoos. This is the baking soda treatment or your hair.

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