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Dr. Oz hair tip that works!

Sometime recently he suggested using baking soda in a rinse for the hair periodically to clear off silicone deposits. I got around to trying it this am and think it works! My hair looks shinier and feels smoother.

I didn't remember the specifics of his advice but looked up various recipes online. I wound up putting 2 T of baking soda in warm water and rubbing that into my wet hair in the shower. Then I shampooed to finish.

I would be interested if anyone else gave this a try and what they experienced.

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