Baking Soda Shampoo at home

Also known as edible baking soda or sodium bicarbonate, this is a true fairy powder! This powder can be as useful in the kitchen as it is for house care and laundry, and it can also be a true beauty asset. The many natural recipes for scrubs, masks and various treatments based on this white powder available on the net can attest to this. However, one thing splits it: this baking soda shampoo recipe! So admittedly, it doesn't contain chemicals or surfactants, but what effect does it have on the hair fiber? Here's what you need to know about this grandmother's formula.

Baking soda shampoo impacts
 This is especially important with ingredients such as silicone, which have a clogging effect on the hair. In short, it allows for a deeper cleaning, especially for oily hair that suffers from excess sebum. Thus the hair starts again from scratch and is ready to receive care. Some people also think that it makes hair grow faster, but unlike other natural products (castor oil, coconut, argan, etc.), it is not the most effective and indicated option!