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Apr 03
Clensta : Camping Tips for Cleaning Hair

Camping Tips for Cleaning Hair

When you are out on dry camping, it always turns out as fun. It has many benefits which you may not get in any peaceful park hotels. When you have experienced life without sewer, water and electricity connections, you have reached to a zone where you have got the utmost peace and solitude.

However,

everything which is worth has a price attached to it as the dry camping has. One of the most significant tasks on camping is to save water for priority purpose. The access to the running water would not be available everywhere, and this is the first mindset you have when you plan this camp. You then have to prioritize the need for water for drinking, cooking and your personal hygiene habits where the only thing that suffers is shampooing. As it has the least priority, it becomes tough to manage your hair in unseen weather. This is the case for both men and women where the thought of shampooing your hair with fresh water has to wait until you return to civilization.

We all know the living with dirty and smelly hair is not a comfortable feeling for most of us. On the other hand, many people are so accustomed to their regular hygiene practice that they do not even go for camping keeping the thought in mind that they would have to sacrifice their habits for the duration of the trip.

The reason why your hair gets messed up while camping is because you suddenly stop shampooing your hair for some time because of which the oil builds up in the excess quantity and weighs your hair down. The same oil is the reason for the unpleasant smell from the hair.

If you do not want to smell like a salad, here are a couple of ways which may help you to keep your hair clean and dry while camping :

Ø Use Corn-starch to soak the hair oil

Corn-starch is the best way to keep your hair dry only when you do not like the fragrance of the beauty products. This usual household formula is to soak the excess of oil in hair at no additional cost.
Apply a pinch of corn-starch directly to the roots of the dry hair using a disposable brush used for makeup. It requires a delicate touch to apply and then massage vigorously into the scalp. For added scent, you can add a few drops of essential oil of your choice.

Ø Start cleaning your hair with dry shampoo

Clensta International waterless shampoos are available on the store shelves everywhere. It is the tool that has access to your head hygiene. It has no alcohol in it which makes it safe for use & is FDA approved proprietary formula that has Sodium Lauryl (SLS) and Gluten free. To our kind fate, It does not require water and can be directly used on your hair. It completely removes dirt, dust, and oil and gives you a smooth and shiny conditioned hair look even for the whole duration of your camping.

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