castile soaps are usually way too oily for dreads unless they are ethnic or extremely dry and course. I don't even really recommend Dr. Bs, which i'm sure flips people here out. unlike some of the comments I've seen, what you want on your soap ingredients as far as oil listings first is a coconut oil or a palm oil. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. I got a bit disenchanted with the site...
Hi again Diego. Castile soaps do not work well in hard water, not sure what your water type is
Forgot to mention about the tips for you. I too wanted loose tips, great for water to drip off of, but mine had blunted on their own, more than half now. I suppose that if yours were going to do this, maybe you could take a comb to the very bottom tips to keep them straight. But you will be amazed at what can happen over night, the tips can loop right up and attach to the dread. ....Peace
Sorry for the delay Diego, a storm took down my internet tower and I just got it back. The ingredients to me sound wonderful, so do give it a try and see how it works for you....Peace
Welcome. How did you start them out?
Welcome and Happy Dreading.
Always, Hippie Love
Bienvenino Diego. You came to the right sight to learn all about dreading. Read everything you can to get you off to a great start. When you are ready, just throw away your comb or brush & you have begun.
Welcome to the community...Peace
welcome if u use that ebventualy your dreads will turn a grey or white from the buildup
if its the gel with no wax use a clarifying or anti residue shampoo (i know they are toxic chemicals and a rasta wouldnt use them thugh jamacain mango lu]yme stuff probly is too)
if its the wax stuff get wax b gone (all natural any pure)
to tame frizz use just put\re aloe with ni]oting in it ..from the plants best
better yet ignore the froizz