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Dry Hair Wash - How To Wash Your Hair Without Water

By Edited Nov 4, 2015 1 2

So you are having fun camping, but there seems to be a lack of showers on your backpacking trail. You can get a bucket of water for a quick wash and brush your teeth, but what about your hair? At home you use all kinds of shampoos and conditioners, so what are you going to do about it on the trail in the woods?

Try a dry hair wash. You can purchase products designed for this, but you don't have to spend that kind of money. All you need is some baking soda. Take some in your hands and rub it into your scalp for a minute or two, and then brush it out. You don't need much, you can even fit some in your backpack.

Baking Soda is a Dry Hair Wash

It works best if you sprinkle some on the parting in your hair, and then gently rub in and down your hair. Then bend your head down and ruffle your hair. This helps to work the baking soda through your hair.

The baking soda makes a great dry hair wash, as it absorbs oil and dirt, and then just brushes out very well. It leaves your hair clean with a slightly sweet and fresh smell. If you are backpacking with friends, you may have the best smelling hair during your trip!

This makes for a convenient way to take care of your hair when you do not have access to water. Nothing beats a hot shower, especially after a backpacking trip, but you don't have to suffer with oily dirty hair the whole time.

Watch Your Eyes

After you have sprinkled some on your scalp, and are ruffling your hair, close your eyes, as baking soda can be irritating to some peoples eyes. You don't need too much so start with a small amount and see how your hair looks, you can always use more.

Did you Get Up Late?

Using baking soda as a dry hair wash, does not have to be limited to the backpacking trail. This works just as well on the extra day, when you should have washed your hair but are short of time. Just make sure you ruffle your hair and work it through then brush it out well. Your hair will bounce right back, and you can then style it like normal.

Do you have an Oily Parting

Some people just have a oily parting and the rest of the hair looks great. You can use baking soda as a dry hair wash, on the parting and brush it out. If the rest of your hair tends to be dry, this can stop you from having to wash your hair everyday and risk drying out the rest of your hair, when it is only the parting that gives you trouble by the end of the day.

Using baking soda as a dry hair wash, is a great way to give your hair a "pick me up" and look fresher when you just don't have time, or can't get to water to do a proper shampoo. So, keep a box of baking soda around, it has so many uses, and a dry hair wash is just one of many!

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Comments

Jul 27, 2010 12:14pm
Lynsuz
Great article on using baking soda to dry wash hair. Baking soda uses are many.
Sep 28, 2010 8:31pm
mcimicata
Great article! Keep up the amazing work.
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