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Thread: DIY: Remove Swimmers Hair
06-25-2008, 02:02 PM #1LissGuest
DIY: Remove Swimmers Hair
Deep Cleansing Treatment For Hair - A Homemade Shampoo.
This will help to remove "swimmer's hair" or the greenish tint hair can get
from swimming in chlorinated water. This is a reaction between the copper in
the algaecide and chlorine in the pool that is attracted to the hair. The
more porous the hair, the green and drier it becomes.
2 Tbsp. Baking soda
1/4 cup Fresh lemon juice
1 tsp. Mild shampoo
To Make This Deep Cleansing Homemade Shampoo: Thoroughly mix all
ingredients. Wet hair and massage with mixture making sure all the ends are
coated. Cover head with a plastic bag or shower cap, and leave on for 20
minutes. Apply heat from a blow dryer, if possible. Rinse, and shampoo as
This homemade shampoo is completely natural with no added toxins, additives,
chemicals, or synthetic perfumes. Feel the rejuvenating effects of this
purifying shampoo recipe. Here's a quick, inexpensive and easy packaging
idea: Removing labels off empty glass jars. Relish jars, olive jars and baby
food jars all work well. Spray paint the lids with a granite spray. Shampoos
packaged in cobalt bottle or brushed aluminum bottles always present well.
Or, place your homemade shampoo in decorative bottles. For an added touch,
write the recipe on a little card and tie the recipe onto the bottle with
ribbon or raffia.
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