Dull, raplaplas or damaged hair. Maybe it’s your shampoo that’s involved. Rather than using shampoos with chemical compounds, here are some alternatives to wash your hair naturally.
Sidr, Panama wood and even chickpea powders are ideal for washing their hair while protecting them! Like chickpea flour, the SIDR contains saponins (molecules that serve soap) and is known for washing and beautifying the hair. It fights dandruff and itchy skin. Used for years by the Amazon Indians, the wood bark of Panama, it, has cleansing and purifying properties of the scalp and is used instead for dark hair and over fast.
Recipe: In a bowl, mix 5 tablespoons of vegetable powder with lukewarm water to obtain a homogeneous dough. The amount is to be adjusted according to the length of your hair. Let the dough stand for 5 to 10 minutes.
How to do it? Apply the dough to your wet hair and massage your scalp. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.