Wednesday, September 26, 2012
No Poo Update - Day 4
It's Day 4 of going No Poo.
On Sunday I did a mix of shea butter, coconut oil and mixed it with some warm water in an old conditioner bottle. I drizzled it in my hair and my hair soaked it all up! (Note: the coconut oil and shea butter is a solid in cool temperatures. Just hold the bottle under the warm/hot water and it will quickly melt.)
I took an old vinegar bottle and picked a couple lavender blossoms from out front cracked a cinnamon stick in half and put it all in the bottle. I then added 2 tsp of apple cider vinegar and filled the rest with water. Before I got out of the shower I applied the rinse. Other than a strong smell of vinegar, I didn't noticed a difference.
Monday through today I just used water in my hair. I wear it up everyday and I did notice yesterday that I have more little flyaway hairs which smoothed down with some apricot oil.
My scalp is not itchy and my hair still has a faint smell of coconut. So far so good!
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