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20 Comments on Hair Care routine update – No “Poo”

  1. @jmac6t7 He he…you’re welcome. You’re so fortunate, you don’t even need clay, baking soda or lemon juice, you can easily get away with just water and look fabulous all the time! :0) We all wish our routine could be so simplified.

  2. @coreyshawna I have my hair professionally done and always get a partial weave. She uses a bleach that doesn’t contain ammonia or other harsh chemicals.

  3. i found this to be very helpfull I am just starting no poo and the baking soda and applecider vinger seem to really dry out my hair. Im goimg to try this in the future and see what if will do for my hair thanks 🙂

  4. @MissGypsySoul I wash it every 4 to 5 days. It might be too drying to do it everyday but you could easily get by with washing with water everyday and then using the clay every 5 days or something like that. Experimenting is the only way to know for sure. :0)

  5. In Europe there is white and yelow clay as well. Green has strong drying properties. I think white would work for you very well.

  6. hello, I was just wondering if i could do the baking soda and then for conditioner make a mix of honey and olive oil with a lavender extract ?

  7. Yes, you could definitely try that. My only suggestion would be to limit the amount of oil so you don’t end up with a heavy, greasy feeling left in your hair. :0)

  8. Hey I just started the No Poo Method, and i was wondering if i could replace the baking soda with clay and still do the vinegar rinse? or use just the clay? I just started so i was my hair about every 2 nights/3days. So should I wait until I wash only once a week to switch to the clay rinse/paste? I really want to get my hair healthy and only have to wash it once a week but having a hard time finding answers for my questions. tHanks love your videos 🙂

  9. Sorry for the late reply. Yes, you can replace the soda with clay and do a vinegar rinse or just use the clay by itself. You don’t have to wait to switch. Once you start using the clay you won’t need to wash your hair as often. Thank you for your kind words! :0)

  10. interesting! i love now products! i am currently using baking soda, and it’s working good, but i wanted to know of other methods :] thankyou for sharing!

  11. There is white clay, that you can get at Whole foods 🙂 Smells really good to and works nice as a facial powder as well mixed with some org. cornstarch.

  12. Hi, just wondering if there is a “detox” or transition period from this .I’ve read about there being one for the baking soda/apple cider method, does it happen with this too? Also on your other video you talked about the Morocco Method brand, do you still make your own using NOW, or just use the other brand? Been trying so many methods just want to find one I like! great video, thanks for any help!

  13. Yes, there’s still a detox period but I don’t think it’s as bad because the clay cleans the hair so much better than the baking soda. That’s just my experience anyway. I mostly use the MM now because it’s more convenient than having to mix clay before showering but I would go back to using it again in a heartbeat if I ever needed to. :0)

  14. Yes, you can wash every other day but you may not need to. I don’t think it will damage your hair but it may feel dry if you’re washing it too often. The clay is cleansing but gentle, however, if you are washing every other day, you may need to use conditioner to keep your hair and scalp moisturized. If you have black or dark hair, the clay won’t make it any darker.

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