Ok, I've been shampoo free for a little over 2 1/2 weeks now. I haven't posted yet, but thought I would do so now to hopefully encourage those that are nervous to try this, like I was... I have (had) VERY greasy hair! It was so bad after having my son, that I had to rotate between three strong clarifying shampoos. I couldn't use the same one two days in a row or my hair looked greasy. I also couldnt' use any type of conditioner, even just on my ends, because it somehow made my hair greasy, even though the ends were rather dry. It has been tough, as a new mama, to get a shower in every day, but I HAD to, or my hair was practically dripping grease. It was way out of control. I was scared that the baking soda could never do as good of a job (HA!!!) as those strong shampoos I was using could. I don't know, in hindsight, why I was so worried, however. Even if it hadn't done any good, I could have always switched back to shampoo and been no worse off than I was before. I was simply amazed, however, when I used the baking soda, at how CLEAN my hair was. I had no oily patches after washing, like I often did with the shampoo. My hair had body and looked way thicker (I have very fine, thin hair). It was amazing! The next day, my hair was still a little greasy, but not nearly as bad as it would have been with shampoo. I could have washed with baking soda that day, but part of my goal has been to cut down on washing my hair as often so I could cut back on the oil production. In two weeks it has WORKED!! My hair, on a non-washing day, now looks better than the days I used to shampoo! The grease production has significantly cut back. I am down to just washing my hair three days a week (I NEVER, NEVER, NEVER thought I would be able to say this!). I wash on Sat, Mon, and Wed mornings. On Friday I'm looking a little greasy, so I've scrubbed with cornstarch and rinsed it in my shower. Oh, if I'd only heard about this years ago!! If you haven' t tried it yet because of fear that it won't work, do yourself a favor and JUST TRY IT! If it doesn't work you can always go back to what you were doing before, right? What have you got to lose?