According to The Natural Haven, the pH of shampoo ranges from 3.5 to 9 based on different non-alkaline brands. The Natural Haven's classifications are based on the manufacturer's stated pH levels and their own tested pH levels.
Most of the shampoos tested are concentrated between 5 to 6 pH levels, indicating low levels of acidity. Only Trader Joe's Nourish Spa was completely pure at pH of 7. In addition, alkaline soap-based shampoos tend to be more basic with pH levels of 10 and above. There are also shampoos that contain solids, which result in unreliable pH values due to their lack of water solubility.Learn More
The Huffington Post states that aspirin, natural oils, vinegar, baking soda and lemon juice get rid of dandruff fast. Drugstore remedies are not always effective if the cause of dandruff is unknown, and they often have unpleasant side effects.Full Answer >
Some shampoo slogans include Pantene's "For hair so healthy, it shines," "Silky touch, irresistibly smooth," and "Really strong hair" and Head and Shoulders' slogan, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression."Full Answer >
Use a shampoo color cap to tone brassiness out of bleached hair or to freshen up hair color. Mix the dye with an equal amount of shampoo, process and rinse it out. The process takes approximately 40 minutes and requires hair dye, shampoo, gloves and a color bottle.Full Answer >
To remove mayonnaise from hair, simply wash the hair with shampoo as normal. Mayonnaise can be used as a deep conditioner to help dry hair that is thick or to treat an infestation of lice.Full Answer >