Soap question, homemade nettle/milk bar
*the process with the lye. (edit)
I wonder if this soap I've made for my body can be good for my hair too? What are you think?
The milk (3%) isnt calculated in the picture, but it's mostly there for the foaming and for a less itchy skin.
My dreads is 9 month and almost matured, but there is also some babies from loose hair and a bit in the ends which still loose without knots. I have soft water.
I'm a swede too, and when I bought shampoos from dreadlocksshampoo it was an issue with the payment trough the Paypal link, but I used the contact form and asked if I could get help to place the order and Vicki sent me an invoice to my email which I could pay trough Paypal. It was very easy and a week later my order arrived I will never buy any other shampoo again.
The shipping cost for 2 items like liquid shampoo and a locking up gel is around $20.
Ah, one more tips if you want a shampoo anyway. I bought shampoo from dreadlocksshampoo.com. The shipping is expensive, but I love the shampoo and have to say it's worth every dollar, cent and penny. But we also have Dr. Bronners shampoo in some health stores here, or from dreadspullen in NL with lower shipping costs and no other fees. Personally I prefer dreadlocksshampoos locking up liquid to my baby dreads or BS wash.
First I have to say I'm so happy for this site I'm from sweden and started my dreads 2 weeks ago with TnR. After my second wash where I used acv for the first time (after the baking soda) all TnR was gone. Therefore I'm so glad for this forum, because without it, I haven't understand it's normal. I let them be..
Now I'm on two weeks tomorrow and today I found my first knots.
I knit bags to my soaps. To my shampoo bars I made them in wool andhang them up to dry after every use. I got a nice foam trough the bags and my soaps seems to be fresh until nothing is left from them.
I got a test of Goddess when I bought Locking up Liquid and love the smell. Should try it out soon.