Vicki from www.dreadlockshampoo.com did it again, a new product will be launched soon, (i tested the prototype tonight..wow)
1st off it does not have the delicous scents we expect from vickis dreadlocks shampoos. Being a prototype I think more versions with the scents we love will be soon to follow.
this is a dark black bar, it lathers extremely well...and the clean.. Well I have always had a problem scalp, vickis soaps were always the only ones that cAme close to keeping it under control, but I often had to put oils on my nose, ears and neck right fter washing... Not this time! I only used it a few hoirs ago so its too soon to say its the best anti dandruff shampoo for dreads, but it seems like it maybe! I will reply in a couple days with how my scalp seems then.
Additionaly, with 10 foot long 25 year old dreads that have dragged on the ground for at least 8 years I had an embarrassing ammount of lint near the ends. I did a 1/2 assed job scrubbing the ends with the bar and it seems like it removed most if not all!
The 1 drawback besides the lack of the droolworthy scents is it seemed to sting a little more when it got in my eye, most likely due to the grittiness of the charcoal even though it seemed to be microfine.
Even without the scents vickis dreadlocks shampoos are well known for my hairs never felt so clean nor smelled so perfectly clean..The complete lack of any residual scent just adds to the clean feeling.
If you love the other dreadlocks shampoos, and if you still do an ocassional baking soda deep cleanse I'd recomend this as a far healthier deep cleanse alternative...It's like a detox for your dreads!
It is also amazing for any skin issues you have anywhere from dry to oily pattches, pimples ..you name it (at least from my 1st experiment it seems to work wonders on a wide variety of skin issues)
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updated by @soaring-eagle: 10/05/15 06:46:25AM