If you’ve been searching for a way to rid your hair of harmful toxins, you’ve likely at least heard of the Original Macujo Method. The Macujo Method is a seven-step process that effectively strips your hair of contaminants that could be harming your hair health.

But how does this hair treatment work? How can it cleanse your hair and scalp? These are the questions we’re here to answer. Today, we’ll explore the Macujo Method and how it can help cleanse your hair and scalp of harmful toxins. So, let’s get started.

Toxins and Your Hair Follicles

Before you can understand how the Macujo Method works, you need to know how your body stores impurities in your hair. Your body stores these impurities whenever you’re exposed to contaminants, whether from external sources like chemicals from cleaning products or internal sources like eating too many processed foods. These pollutants are stored throughout your body, including in your fat cells, blood, and hair follicles. However, your body quickly and effectively eliminates contaminants in most places except your hair. When contaminants are in your hair follicles, they’ll remain there for 90 days or more. This long storage period is due to your hair follicles’ composition. These hair strands are comprised of the inner cortex, outer cuticle, and medulla. The inner cortex is where your body stores toxins in your hair. The cuticle protects the inner cortex, making it challenging to remove contaminants. Therefore, the only way to detox hair effectively is to work past the cuticle to pull pollutants out of the cortex, which is precisely what the Macujo Method does.

The Macujo Method

As we mentioned, the Macujo Method is a seven-step hair detox treatment. It requires several ingredients to work, including Old Style Aloe Toxin Rid Shampoo, Zydot Ultra Clean, all-natural vinegar, Clean and Clear Deep Cleansing Exfoliating Scrub, Tide Laundry Detergent, a shower cap, and rubber gloves. It works by stripping your hair of oils, breaking down your hair follicles’ outer cuticle, and extracting contaminants from the hair follicles.

Step 1: Avoid Toxins

The first step is to discontinue any habits that expose your hair to toxins, such as smoking, eating many processed foods, and using harsh cleaners. If you continue to expose your hair to contaminants, then the Macujo Method will only be temporary.

Step 2: Vinegar Treatment

The next step is to rinse your hair thoroughly to remove the natural oils and dead skin cells, then apply the all-natural vinegar. Ensure you get between all layers and coat your scalp.

Step 3: Clean and Clear Exfoliator

With the vinegar on your hair, add the Clean and Clear Exfoliating Scrub. Just like the vinegar, scrub the exfoliator in between the layers of your hair, covering your scalp. With the vinegar and exfoliator mixed, put on your shower cap and wait one hour.

Step 4: Rinse

Rinse your hair thoroughly after the hour, and wait to remove the vinegar and exfoliator mixture. Ensure you remove the entire mixture, combing your hair as you rinse to ensure it’s out.

Step 5: Old Style Aloe Toxin Rid Shampoo

Now it’s time to wash with the detox shampoo, Old Style Aloe Toxin Rid Shampoo. Wash your hair as you usually would with this detox shampoo. You’ll need to wash twice and rinse thoroughly between washes.

Step 6: Tide Laundry Detergent

Probably the most unorthodox step is to wash your hair with Tide. First, make sure you avoid getting the laundry detergent in your eyes as it’s more harmful than shampoo. However, it should lather like shampoo, so scrub it into your hair and rinse thoroughly.

Step 7: Ultra Clean

The last step is to use Ultra Clean. This three-part hair treatment consists of shampoo, a purifier, and a conditioner. Follow the directions, and you’re all finished.

Healthier Hair

To ensure all contaminants are out of your hair, you can repeat the Macujo Method up to seven times. Just remember, if you want this hair detox to be permanent, avoid exposure to pollutants moving forward.