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Are these natural shampoo's going to be too oily and/or conditioning for dreadlocks?

tandooriflakes
@tandooriflakes
3 months ago
2 posts

As much as I'd love to use the products from dreadlockshampoo.com, it's too pricey with international shipping involved and what not. I did however find a local company here in India that makes natural organic cosmetic products, some of which seem like they could work quite well for dreadlocks. I'm curious to try it out and I may do so depending on what you guys have to say but I'm unsure of some of the ingredients; if it'll condition my hair too much or make them too oily, do you think diluting it could help perhaps?.

I'm interested in the first one the "Olive Neem Shampoo", cause in India lice is quite common, in fact I'm battling them right now (and winning thankfully!) also it's can get crazy humid and if neem can protect from mildew and fungus like it says, that would be great.

What do you think, should I experiment with it or just stay away?

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 months ago
27,190 posts

they do look extremely conditioning

you see most shampoos have some form of water as the 1st ingredient (dreadlockshampo.com uses a highest quality organic beer instead of water) these have all conditioning oils as the 1st ingredients ..indian hairs prized for its smooth silkiness and stuff like this would keep it smooth and silky




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acidburn
@acidburn
3 months ago
62 posts
☮ soaring eagle ॐ:

they do look extremely conditioning

you see most shampoos have some form of water as the 1st ingredient (dreadlockshampo.com uses a highest quality organic beer instead of water) these have all conditioning oils as the 1st ingredients ..indian hairs prized for its smooth silkiness and stuff like this would keep it smooth and silky

I just checked my bucks co shampoo and distilled water is the first ingredient.. beer is 4th.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 months ago
27,190 posts

is that the liquid or bar




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acidburn
@acidburn
3 months ago
62 posts

liquid, the bars first 3 ingredients is oil then beer

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 months ago
27,190 posts

that's what i thought

i think its cause water is a better solvent for the sea salt then beer is




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