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How to remove product buildup in hair (using ingredients from your kitchen cabinet) - Baking soda - Click for more: http://www.urbanewomen.com/how-to-remove-product-buildup-in-hair-using-ingredients-from-your-kitchen-cabinet.html

Give your hair a detox with one of 3 all-natural DIY scalp scrubs that remove product buildup and dry flakes.

Give your hair a detox with one of 3 all-natural DIY scalp scrubs that remove product buildup and dry flakes.

How to remove hair build-up and residue naturally...((update)) HOLLLY MOLLY did that work like magic. I can't believe it's so simple and it does such a great job!

How to remove hair build-up and residue naturally...((update)) HOLLLY MOLLY did that work like magic. I can't believe it's so simple and it does such a great job!

A DIY scalp scrub that removes removes buildup and clears clogged hair follicles, thus paving the way for hair growth.

A DIY scalp scrub that removes removes buildup and clears clogged hair follicles, thus paving the way for hair growth.

breakup with your build up. mix 1/3 cup baking soda and 4 T water until it's a paste. massage into hair, leave in for 10-15 minutes and then wash as usual.

breakup with your build up. mix 1/3 cup baking soda and 4 T water until it's a paste. massage into hair, leave in for 10-15 minutes and then wash as usual.

HAIR PRODUCT BUILDUP Once a month use original Dawn as you would shampoo. It will remove excess oil from your hair and scalp and strip away any build-up of styling products without any damage. Perform this once a month and you won’t have to buy expensive salon products that do the same thing.

HAIR PRODUCT BUILDUP Once a month use original Dawn as you would shampoo. It will remove excess oil from your hair and scalp and strip away any build-up of styling products without any damage. Perform this once a month and you won’t have to buy expensive salon products that do the same thing.

Remove product buildup. http://www.prevention.com/beauty/19-hair-products-that-undo-past-damage/slide/5

Remove product buildup. http://www.prevention.com/beauty/19-hair-products-that-undo-past-damage/slide/5

How To Remove Product Buildup In Hair (Using Ingredients From Your Kitchen Cabinet) | Urbane Women

How To Remove Product Buildup In Hair (Using Ingredients From Your Kitchen Cabinet) | Urbane Women