Comparing Shampoos, Looking for Advice.
Hi I have a question about two different shampoos I have come accross, for refrence, both are sold at the same place, Trader Joe's here in the United States. One of them is their Tea Tree Liquid Shampoo, which contains: water, tea tree oil, peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil, rosemary oil, nettle oil, thyme oil, birch leaf oil, chamomile, clary, lavender, coltsfoot leaf, yarrow oil, mallow, horsetail oil, soybean protein, coconut derived c12-14 olefin sulfonate, cocamidopropyl betaine, tocopherol (vitamin E), trace minerals, citric acid (corn), sodium hydroxymethyglycinate, sea salt, grapefruit seed. No laurel/laureth sulfates (ingreditnsgotten from Amazon, since they were a little hard to find otherwise)
They also sell a shampoo called Nourish Spa Shampoo, which contains: Purified Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Sea Salt, (t make this list more readable I have omitted most of the technical names they list for the organic oil extracts: Argon oil, Rosemary Leaf Extract, Orange Fruit extract, lemongrass extract, Ginkgo Biloba Extract, Echinacea Angustifolia Leaf extract, Willow Bark Extract, Chamomile Flower Extract, Soybean Seed extract, Lavender flower extract, Grapefruit seed Extract, Vitamin E, Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanal, Potassuim Sorbate, Fragrance.
I am wondering which one is better for dreads? I have used the first one before and liked it, so I"m mainly wondering abut the second one.
both come in roughly 16 oz bottles I think the Nourish Spa one is cheaper...but I wanted to be sure it was ok for dreads before I got a bottle of it.
I also wondering if the Tea Tree Shampoo would be better than the dr. Bronners bar soaps, or even the liquid one?
Any input would be helpful...