So Shonda asked for more information on the hair products I mentioned here. Wen is a great product. I’ve been using it for months. I used to have super greasy hair, as in if I took a shower in the morning, by nightfall my hair would be greasy. But I started using Wen and that changed…not right at first. After a few weeks I started noticing I could space out my hair washings (this was even after working out…I know, ewwww). But Wen isn’t a shampoo, at least not in the traditional sense, I think that’s why it works so well.
There have been studies that prove the more we shampoo our hair, the more our hair needs to be shampooed. It’s a vicious, vicious cycle. So I wanted to stop it, and try to keep my hair as healthy as possible as well.
All this said, Cassie just sent me this link and I’m going to try it! Cassie swears by it and since I’ve seen her recently I can attest to the fact that her hair looks great, I think I’ll love it. It’s super cheap, appears to be super easy and super eco-friendly.
Who’s in with me? Any of you want to try the “no poo method”?
Wellllll, not me… not after I just dropped $55 on some Sweet Almond Mint Wen:) It shipped yesterday, so I'm excited to try it. You'll have to let us know about this more economical way though … I'm all about the cheap.
I actually haven't used regular shampoo in my hair for 6 years now! I use a baking soda rinse followed by an apple cider vinegar rinse. Works great, and I can go days without washing it again. Nowadays everyone knows I don't use shampoo because I told them, but until I tell people they don't know, because my hair is clean and shiny. =o)
I don't use shampoo on Emma or will's hair, never thought of going no poo on my own hair…hmm. I'll have to think about it.