Wet shampoo, you’re not alone.
The world is flooded with shampoo.
In fact, more than 3 billion gallons of it are dumped in the oceans every year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
But how do you wash that shampoo out of your face?
In this guide, we’ll show you how to get rid of a ton of it in five easy steps.
First, pick up a bottle of liquid soap that’s been prepped in a bucket or a plastic bucket.
Next, fill a cup with hot water, and place the soap in the hot water to soak.
Once it’s soaked, place it in the bucket, leaving the other end open.
Next you’ll need to rinse your face with hot, soapy water, which should make your hair feel like it’s been soaked in hot water for hours.
Next wash your face using a clean, soft, non-foaming, but not sticky washcloth, which is ideal for long-term washing.
Next comes the final step: you’ll want to take a small towel and wipe it with your face.
This will help loosen any residue left behind from the shampoo, which can help prevent the hair from drying out.
Finally, use a damp cloth to rub your scalp to break down any knots, dead spots, or frizz.