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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 3:09 am    Post subject: Re: No poo Reply with quote

Lena wrote:
Have recently gone "no poo" after Dennis told me to look into it... meaning I no longer use shampoo to wash my hair, just baking soda in water and then condition it with apple cider vinegar...

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This forum never ceases to amaze me! Always interesting, useful information. Just tried the baking soda hair wash this morning. I'm all in! Lena, thanks for the tip.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 6:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good to hear it worked for you Brett... it will encourage more folk to get off all the nasty chemicals in their personal care products...Great to see the male's getting with the no-poo do. Thanks for sharing. Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I tried it too. Now when you do the vinegar, are you supposed to do it after you wash the baking soda out, or while it's still in. I tried it when it was still in and my head fizzed up like a 3rd grade science volcano. Laughing It was a great feeling though!
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gabeff wrote:
I tried it too. Now when you do the vinegar, are you supposed to do it after you wash the baking soda out, or while it's still in. I tried it when it was still in and my head fizzed up like a 3rd grade science volcano. Laughing It was a great feeling though!


Thanks for that visual... gave me a good laugh Laughing

One thing at a time... my personal process is as follows:

Wet hair, let drip dry for a bit while I'm in the tub, breathing and relaxing, staring out the window at the leaves moving in the trees...

Mix up baking soda and water, about 2 tablespoons per 16-20 ounces or so.

Pour the cup over my head, massage it in.

Rinse.

Spend some more time just chilling in the tub Wink

Mix up apple cider vinegar in the cup, about 2 tablespoons or so for 16-20 ounces water.

Pour that over my head and give it a rub.

I am playing with leaving it in or rinsing it off... haven't quite figured out which is the best yet but have spent a couple of night smelling like a salad dressing which completely goes away once it's dry. Counting my blessings that I have a hubby who does not seem to mind when I smell funny...

That is pretty much it...

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

gabeff wrote:
I tried it too. Now when you do the vinegar, are you supposed to do it after you wash the baking soda out, or while it's still in. I tried it when it was still in and my head fizzed up like a 3rd grade science volcano. Laughing It was a great feeling though!


*Giggling at gabeff's comment....cracked me up! You obviously were not aware that a lot of us ladies use vinegar & baking soda to clean our homes...& it is the fizz reaction that does the cleaning.... Glad you tried it out Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All right, so I tried it this morning. Smile As a rule I do not use chemicals either for cleaning or personal care, and stick to baking soda and vinegar, or other things that don't have horrible chemical compositions.

Anyway I forgot to review the thread to refresh my memory prior to doing this, so I had the same effect as Gabe. Smile I thought, "This can't be right!" Laughing So back I come to re-read it and I see you do it separately, so oh okay, will do it next time. I'm glad the apple cider vinegar smell doesn't linger or I would have some explaining to do later! Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tried it.... here are my results......... Shocked



LOL...sorry couldn't resist.... Smile Good to make others laugh imho
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2014 4:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've been poo-free for almost two years now! I find it perfectly adequate just to do a "rinse" (no soaking required) every few weeks of the baking soda followed up with a rinse of the vinegar.

I also use jojoba oil on occasion in my routine, as it is especially good at removing the detritus from hair as well - put it on the hair about half an hour before bathing, and rinse for smooth clean hair. Smile

I also use baking soda as a deodorant (sometimes with a little essential oil), and baking soda + sea salt as a toothpaste. Oh and baking soda + vinegar + water in a spray bottle for cleaner... real magic right there.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2014 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've tried it, and it works great.

I was amazed how fine my hair really is.

Much better than shampoo, never mind hand soap.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I quit using shampoo and conditioner when I started bathing myself lol i remember in middle school I would never use it because I had really puffy long hair and the day after using shampoo or conditioner my hair would look weird and flat so I never used it. The habit just kinda stuck. But if it's anything like acne cream it's Not good because I know that the day I stopped washing my face was the day I stop getting acne
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2014 5:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lena wrote:
I use about a tablespoon per eight ounces or so (2 tablespoons for a big cup) and that has worked well so far. I have just below shoulder length hair...

Lena


I am going to try this....as I am fed up with regular and no poo commercial shampoos...I have thin, fine, curly hair and lately I have been disgusted with it....thanks for this info...
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Additive found in soap, toothpaste and shampoo is linked to cancer and liver disease
The antimicrobial triclosan is found in hundreds of household products
Has been linked with health problems and antibiotic resistance
New study suggests it is linked with liver disease and cancer
By ANNA HODGEKISS FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 15:01 EST, 17 November 2014 | UPDATED: 15:23 EST, 17 November 2014

An additive found in many liquid hand soaps and other common household products has been linked to cancer in a new study.
Triclosan is an antimicrobial commonly found in soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items.
Despite its widespread use, researchers have identified potentially serious consequences of long-term exposure to the chemical.
Triclosan is an antimicrobial found in many soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items
Triclosan is an antimicrobial found in many soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items
Their study, published by the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows that triclosan causes liver fibrosis and cancer in lab mice.
Liver fibrosis is where persistent inflammation causes fibrous scar tissue to form around the liver cells and blood vessels.
Over time, it can cause cirrhosis which in turn can make the liver stop functioning.
However the researchers stress the findings are also relevant in humans, due to the processes they observed while conducting the study.
Triclosan is already under scrutiny by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States due recent reports that it can disrupt hormones and impair muscle contraction.
Experts are concerned because triclosan is now so widely used in a variety of toiletries and household cosmetics.
Studies in the U.S. have found traces in 97 per cent of breast milk samples from lactating women and in the urine of nearly 75 per cent of people tested.
Triclosan is one of the seven most frequently detected compounds in streams across the United States.
While it seems common sense that antibacterial soap can protect against from illness caused by bacteria, this is not what the evidence shows.
More than four decades of research by the U.S. government’s Food And Drug Administration, along with numerous independent studies, have produced no evidence that triclosan, the active ingredient in many antibacterial soaps, hand gels and wipes, has any health benefits over old-fashioned soap and water.
CONTROVERSY OVER THE USE OF TRICLOSAN IN COLGATE TOTAL
The FDA relied on upon company-backed science to decide triclosan was safe to use in the paste
The FDA relied on upon company-backed science to decide triclosan was safe to use in the paste
The company behind Colgate Total insists that triclosan, which it uses to stave off gum disease, is safe to use because the toothpaste was approved in 1997 by the Food and Drug Administration.
But the toxicology documents used by the FDA to approve the toothpaste were only released early this year after a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit last year - and reveal the agency relied upon company-backed science to reach its conclusion, Bloomberg News reported.
The 35-page report reveals the FDA had concerns that triclosan could increase the risk of cancer - but Colgate said the chemical was only problematic in large doses.
One basic problem is that antibacterial soaps specifically target bacteria rather than viruses. But it is viruses that cause the majority of illnesses, such as colds and flu.
The most effective scientifically proven way to keep bacteria at bay is regular hand-washing with ordinary soap, along with good food hygiene in the kitchen.
Antibacterial soaps may actually cause health problems, too.
Evidence shows children with prolonged exposure to triclosan over months or years have a greater chance of developing allergies, including peanut allergies and hay fever, according to studies in the Journal of Allergy And Clinical Immunology in 2012, and in Environmental Health Perspectives in 2011.
This may be due to the fact that youngsters who use antibacterial soaps and cleansers reduce their exposure to bacteria.
Some research also suggests that the additives in antibacterial soaps could contribute to antibiotic resistance, a growing public health problem.
Author of the new study, Dr Robert Tukey, of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, said the chemical posed 'very real risks' to health.
'Triclosan's increasing detection in environmental samples and its increasingly broad use in consumer products may overcome its moderate benefit.
'[Instead, it may] present a very real risk of liver toxicity for people, as it does in mice, particularly when combined with other compounds with similar action.'
Dr Tukey and his colleagues found that triclosan compromised liver function in mice.
Those exposed to triclosan for six months - roughly equivalent to 18 human years - were more susceptible to chemical-induced liver tumours.
Their tumours were also larger and more frequent than in mice not exposed to triclosan.
Some research also suggests that the additives in antibacterial soaps could contribute to antibiotic resistance, a growing public health problem
Some research also suggests that the additives in antibacterial soaps could contribute to antibiotic resistance, a growing public health problem
The study suggests triclosan may do its damage by interfering with a protein responsible for detoxifying, or clearing away, foreign chemicals in the body.
To compensate for this stress, liver cells proliferate and turn fibrotic (hard and scarred) over time.
Repeated triclosan exposure and continued liver fibrosis eventually promote tumour formation.
Study co-leader Dr Bruce Hammock said: 'We could reduce most human and environmental exposures by eliminating uses of triclosan that are high volume, but of low benefit, such as inclusion in liquid hand soaps.
'Yet we could also for now retain uses shown to have health value, as in toothpaste, where the amount used is small.'
In May, a study directly linked common household chemicals with damage to human sperm for the first time.
The scientists said that the ‘ubiquitous’ chemicals in everyday products may be contributing to widespread fertility problems in the Western world.
The German and Danish researchers tested almost 100 everyday chemicals – and discovered that a third affected sperm.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2838070/Additive-soap-toothp aste-shampoo-linked-cancer-liver-disease.html

My dad said women use to use shaving soap to wash their hair, I guess it was better than lye soap Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Things that make you go "Hmmmm."
If you have never watched Metropia, I recommend it.
There are those that say everyone has their own energy signature and once you access that signature you can find them anywhere (this is the basic concept for the future of body hacking). Well in this movie, your hair is the antenna that sends and receives that signal. I think many people that feel what spiritual warfare felt like can completely relate to this movie.
I don't know why I didn't think of this before in regards to this topic.


[youtube]http://youtu.be/vLPD_9uFmVI?t=1s[/youtube]
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Beslimification wrote:
Things that make you go "Hmmmm."
If you have never watched Metropia, I recommend it.
There are those that say everyone has their own energy signature and once you access that signature you can find them anywhere (this is the basic concept for the future of body hacking). Well in this movie, your hair is the antenna that sends and receives that signal. I think many people that feel what spiritual warfare felt like can completely relate to this movie.
I don't know why I didn't think of this before in regards to this topic.


[youtube]http://youtu.be/vLPD_9uFmVI?t=1s[/youtube]


I loved this movie! and I thought the same thing after I read about hair being antennas, that what if most shampoos have a similar effect? I know that those big shampoo brands are so hard on the hair, they strip the natural oils, make your hair feel brittle. That if those are your antennas, and they're being stripped, you're connection is getting weaker.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2014 5:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lol, you could aslo try this:

I use a spray bottle, dump a bunch of backing soda in bottle, fill with warm water from the shower and shake then spray, just refill water or baking soda as needed. I find you cant add to much, what you do not use will remain in bottle until next time.

I have also found there is a difference in what Apple cider vinegar to use. I used the Bragg brand internally with honey
as a drink for energy / no more ache and pains better health for awhile. Tried another brand because it was on sale, Wow it helped but NO comparing it Bragg brand. I tested this out with two other people and same results.

for those who do not know and use baking soda for cleaning two. You can buy it in bulb at Sams club or local animal feed store. It is called Sodium Bicarbonate its the same thing, it is used for livestock. MUCH cheaper.

I figure you absorb whatever you use in the shower so why not use the better there 2!
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