It is wonderful to eat veggies and fruit. They contain a lot of vitamins and important trace elements out body needs to stay intact. But if we think about the way we grow those… There’s a lot of pesticides involved. We need them to repell bugs ect.
EWG (The Environmental Working Group) looked close and separated fruits and vegetables that contain lots of toxins from the harmless ones. Continue reading
Update on my new no poo-routine:
I washed my hair in the evening (you can read here how I do it).
I did so because I thought I could get it dry(ish) and then follow up with dry shampoo (aka cornstark) that I don’t necessarily have to walk around like a greasy mess (Severus Snape greets you 😉 ).
My my hair wasn’t really dry in the morning. I had to put heat on it. And then put on some dry shampoo.
I have had dandruff since I remember washing my hair.
The problem has increased in the last two months or so. I have switched to Lush’s “Fair trade honey shampoo” in the impression that it was a clean choice. It claims to be “preservative free” and therefor, I thought it to be wonderful. I didn’t look close, though. It contains a bunch of really dirty ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate (Sulfates) and Cocamide DEA. Those have both proven to be carcinogenes.
I have wondered why I recently struggled with far more dandruff than before. Is it the radiators that really dry out your roots? Or is my dandruff actually a rash, the consequence of the harsh ingredients of my shampoo? Continue reading
Only use products on your skin you could also eat.
As it is my aim to use natural products, I started to use Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) as a spot treatment. I read a lot of good stuff about ACV. Mixed with water, it can also be used as a post-shampoo rinse to get rid of dandruff.
The spot treatment is effective. Apple cider vinegar contains a lot of enzymes, minerals, nutrients and beneficial bacteria. Continue reading