Is baking soda effective against dandruff?

Baking soda is a very fine white powder. You will find it in your food, so why not use it on your skin? Is it effective against dandruff?



What are the benefits of baking soda?

Baking soda is a good hair cleanser. Its alkaline pH eliminates impurities (residual pollution, dirt, etc.). In a shampoo, it helps eliminate excess sebum. This property is of particular interest for oily hair and to fight oily dandruff, since we know that accumulation of dirt and pollution particles in addition to excess sebum will make the scalp more oily.

Baking soda is also a natural ingredient, so it will please people in search of alternative solutions for fighting dandruff. However, it is not always pleasant to use and it does not act on all causes of dandruff.

How do I use baking soda on hair?

Baking soda has interesting properties for fighting dandruff, but it must be used in a particular way. It is recommended to add it to your usual shampoo.

You will also find lots of recipes for homemade shampoos on the internet made using baking soda, among other things, but beware of improvising.

Cosmetics are governed by Health Canada, and they must all, without exception, meet the requirements of these regulations. Their aim is to ensure cosmetic products are totally safe, and therefore completely harmless to anyone who uses them.

Not everyone can just suddenly become a chemist or cosmetologist and make their own cosmetics, it requires a certain amount of knowledge.

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