Sidr powder helps with natural hair washing. Sidr, Shikakai’s cousin, has the advantage that hair that has been colored by blends with indigo and katam cannot bleed. It beautifies the hair. Astringent and cleansing, it relieves itching associated with scalp conditions and fights dandruff.
To use with:
Dandruff: essential oils from geranium, cade, laurel nobel, palmarosa, vegetable oils from laurel, chaulmoogra, peony powder, brahmi, tulsi
Hair wash: Shikakaï, Amla, Rhassoul powder
How to use:
It would be particularly useful during or after a dyeing process. It is either to be used as part of the Henna mixture or as a claensing shampoo.
as a mask:
100 g Sidr, with 2 tablespoons of olive oil or without your choice.
The set should be taken for half an hour.
In oily macerate to put on his hair as a kind of mask.
as a shampoo:
1 tablespoon of SIDR
Water about 50 ml (until you get the texture you want)
Mix the cider and water until you get a homogeneous, fairly sticky paste.
Apply to wet hair and leave on for 5-10 minutes. A little precision, the mixture you are preparing must be liquid like a shampoo, do not use clays. Sidr contains saponin, so it has washing properties, you manage to “lather”, “wash” your hair. Of course, don’t expect it to lather like supermarket shampoo!
Rinse thoroughly and thoroughly, running your hand well through the hair, otherwise there is a risk of sticky hair. If there is any product left, your hair will take longer to dry!
Let your hair dry.
Shiny and healthy hair. The Sidr prevents the indigo from being eaten up. In any case, if you master using it, you’ll find that it adds thickness to the hair and redraws the curls!
For the skin:
Astringent and cleansing, it is used to soothe skin problems. Rich in mucus and soothing, it relieves itching, eczema, psoriasis, boils, pimples, acne, etc.
How to use:
As a paste: make a mixture of hot water and cider and apply to the face for 5-10 minutes.