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Is it okay to use dish soap to wash my hair?

Luke Decker
@luke-decker
8 years ago
15 posts
I've got one bottle of dreadheadhq shampoo but I'm using it and I don't want to buy more because it's $10. I read that you can use dawn dish soap to get out wax and I'm wondering if that's the main one for dreads. I used palmolive the other day and it left no scent in my hair which is a good sign and they tightened up. I'm hoping that will work because I can't afford the expensive soaps.
updated by @luke-decker: 01/13/15 08:46:39PM
Luke Decker
@luke-decker
8 years ago
15 posts
I'm thinking dish soap would be great for dreads since it's designed to wash away and not leave residue.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
8 years ago
28,431 posts
just use baking soda its way cheaperthe matlees garden bars are cheap too


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Luke Decker
@luke-decker
8 years ago
15 posts
Ok thanks.

soaringeagle said:
just use baking soda its way cheaperthe matlees garden bars are cheap too
Luke Decker
@luke-decker
8 years ago
15 posts
I did not use wax this time around.

rawsum said:
hey there Luke, I am not sure if you used wax this time around so if you want a good residue free method for washing dreads try here: super clean dreads (safe for baby locks too)or if you did use wax then you may want to start here : Dread Wax Removaland if or when you choose the bodysplash method look here : DREAD WAX REMOVAL with BodySplashbe well .. rawsum
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