Or should I say, no shampoo experiment.
I picked this up from some of my crunchier mom friends. You know, crunchy granola hippie... I stopped using shampoo temporarily and have opted instead for baking soda followed by a cider vinegar rinse. Product optional. My hair feels great. It has stripped away all the buildup. But I'm not sure if this hair care method has staying power or if it works better as an occasional thing.
Most products for cleaning people and things are a bit chemical-heavy, so it might not be a bad idea to scale back on the toxins. Vinegar and/or baking soda seems to be the go-to solution.
Any feedback from the audience? I'd particularly like to hear from those who have permanently ditched a cleaning agent in favor of a natural product.