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Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/29/11 09:48:50AM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

Hey thanks for the replies! Considering what everyone has saidI think I will stick to Bi carb and Bronners until they are a bit more mature:)
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/04/11 12:14:21PM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

Hey thanks for the link I will check it out. I've found some on eBay that's fair trade and says it authentic. You never know though. how often do you use it on your dreads? I'm stil on 2 and a half weeks into naturals so I don't fancy conditioning my hair to much as it's knotting up lovely. :)

Mama Harrison said:
i love AFB and have used it for years. i use it as my only soap {besides bronners lavender for nighttime bathes}. I get it in block form, but you can always just put it in a container and add water and that makes a liquid. I don't use it on my dreads often--i just use ACV rinse {no BS for me either}, but when I do use it on my dreads it is fine. just be careful--most ABS isn't true ABS. I get mine from here--http://www.agbangakarite.com/
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/04/11 12:11:02PM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

Lush so have some amazing products. If you have never tried Olive branch shower gel and get a chance to do! Smells divine :)

Angie Glaze said:
I went to the Lush store in Chicago about a month ago, and yes, their products have at least a trace of SLS in them. Also, the one shampoo bar that *doesn't* have SLS and I was considering buying is loaded with coconut oil, which is fine but not real great for dreads. I was also disappointed because I went there with the full intention of buying their henna but they told me it will NOT cover grey hair( I have several throughout). I love Lush and their products and mission are outstanding,though--so I'm not knocking it at all.
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/04/11 02:58:08AM
28 posts

hello dreddies!


Introduce Yourself

Hey good luck on your dready journey :) for baking soda I just add a tablespoon or two into the bottom of a plastic cup fill it up with water and tip it over my hair. Then leave for 5 mins and rinse. I add salt in sometimes, prob the same amount as the baking soda. An apple cider vinegar rinse is helpful after to. Just a capful in the bottom of a cup filled up with water as a final rinse :)
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/02/11 05:03:03AM
28 posts

a friend made an appointment with a salon..so i called them


Dreading Methods

Wow.... Just shows nature does things just aswell if not better and it's FREE :)
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/01/11 02:27:00PM
28 posts

Jus finished first BK soda and ACV wash


Dread Maintenance

Feels good doesn't it. I did my first soda wash and ACV rinse about 3 days after I stopped brushing. Went to bed with damp hair and woke up with it all seperated. Good stuff :)
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/01/11 02:24:08PM
28 posts

Hello...


Introduce Yourself

Hey :) How long have you had your dreads? Lou x
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/01/11 12:32:40PM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

It is yes, they have some really nice shampoo bars but last time I checked they had SLS in. I will recheck actually as that was a few years ago.
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/01/11 12:20:59PM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

Thanks for reply :) I'd love to try maylees nag champa its just that i'm in the UK so its 8 pound just forshipping which is a bit out of my price range at the moment. I basically have an option of Dr Bronners, Knotty boy, Dreadhead or African black soap. I have been using Baking soda and ACV but would like a bit of shampoo to use in between. Lou x
Lou Lou
@lou-lou
05/01/11 11:47:10AM
28 posts

African Black Soap


Dread Products

Hey :) I've pulled upsome old posts up about African black soap but I'm finding lots of different answers so I thought it's best just to ask. Is it ok to use in caucasian hair? I was thinking about getting a bar but apprently it comes in liquid form aswell. If I do buy a bar do I need to just rub it on like a shampoo bar or dilute it in some water until it turns to liquid. All help appreciated. Lou :) xx
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