And it's Baking Soda, not Baking Powder. Given we have a language translation, I want to be sure if you choose this idea, you use the right Baking.....(Soda).
By Lady Godiva
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I'm leaving KTM for Sweden tomorrow, as soon as I recover from jetlag and reach a store I'll start searching for clarifying shampoos. I'll report back about what I find
On a totally different note, speaking of shampoos in Sweden: Urtekram is a natural shampoo with only natural ingredients, no chemicals and it smells great and cleans my hair very nicely! I always use it when I'm home. I don't know if it's at all clarifying, just thought I'd mention it since I love it so much.
I agree with Shermie Girl. You don't need any special claifying shampoo. Any clear non silicone shampoo will do the job. I use Superdrugs apple and lime shampoo.
Look out for shampoos that are
For greasy/oily hair. These kind of shampoos are lightweight and will claify well
Have a sulfate in.
Say they are deep cleansing/refreshing/lightweight or for oily hair
Double post sorry
Last edited by janeytilllie; April 24th, 2012 at 03:05 AM. Reason: Double post