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@atom
10 years ago
124 posts
Aight thanks.. Really appreciate it. Ima do my first one in the mornin.. That was the plan tho.. Just rinse it off when I'm done with everything else.. What about salt tho? I've like spritzd some on my hair, not scalp, n Ima leave it on over night n then Ima soak it in the salt tmrw n leave it for a couple hours n then rinse it.. Sound good?

Knottysleeves said:
I only leave the baking soda wash on for as long as it takes to scrub down the rest of me... usually about 5 minutes. Then I rinse my head well. I don't always do the ACV rinse, but if I do, it's pour it over my head / let soak for 30 seconds / rinse. Done.Baking soda is strong stuff, it pretty much starts working right away.If you're doing a super deep clean, then yeah, soaking your head for 20 minutes in a bucket or the sink is good. But for regular washing, it's just not necessary to leave it on for 10 or 15 minutes.

updated by @atom: 07/03/15 07:48:03AM
Atom
@atom
10 years ago
124 posts
Sweeet.. will do. It prolly is overkill with the salt but ya nvr kno.. My hair could be different so I'll just wing it, trial n error style, if it's too harsh, I'll cut bak.. Thanks again!

Knottysleeves said:
It sounds like overkill, to be honest. Just don't make it too strong on the salt!You could also add a little sea salt to your baking soda wash mix. That's what I do. Atom said:
Aight thanks.. Really appreciate it. Ima do my first one in the mornin.. That was the plan tho.. Just rinse it off when I'm done with everything else.. What about salt tho? I've like spritzd some on my hair, not scalp, n Ima leave it on over night n then Ima soak it in the salt tmrw n leave it for a couple hours n then rinse it.. Sound good?
 
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