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#1 of 2 Old 02-12-2012, 07:57 AM - Thread Starter
 
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would love some advice here, been no poo for at least six months but have been trying different methods. 

tried baking soda and water as "shampoo" and apple cider vinegar and water as "conditioner" , then tried just castille soap and both methods have left me with nice looking hair but it's so staticky! sp? I brush it and it just flies and cackles. has anyone else had this issue? 

 


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I have staticky hair too. I've noticed that using lemon juice helps some. It doesn't solve it completely but my hair reacts way better to lemon juice than to ACV. Also, I'm wondering if you could skip the baking soda and just use the ACV or lemon juice. Not everyone needs to do the baking soda and some have found that after they've no poo'd long enough that they can just rinse with water and massage their scalp and that is sufficient.


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