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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!

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

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Hair buildups can be annoying especially if you have long hair it can appear lifeless and dull. The problem is we tend to use too much styling products that weighs down our hair. As a result, it can make the hair feel brittle and prone to split ends. So, the first thing you you need to do is damage repair - aka get the gunk off your hair. These methods are great for removing product build-up, hard water deposits and mineral build-up on your hair: 1. A good clarifying shampoo. 2. A…

All Natural scalp Detox Treatment.Apart from shampooing and conditioning hair, one of the most important steps towards achieving healthy hair is a scalp detox treatment. Just like how our skin needs exfoliation to remove dead skin build up, the same way our scalp also needs the removal of product buildup which clogs the pores of the scalp. Detox treatment deeply clarify the scalp and leave it clean and clear. #DIY #beauty #natural #makestuff

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

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How to remove product buildup in hair (using ingredients from your kitchen cabinet) - Baking soda

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