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What brands do you guys use? I want to be able to wash my dreads in the shower, soaking them is a pain in the butt. I'm not sure what to look for to make sure it's non-residue. Help, please?

Thanks! :)

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dr bronners diluted or baking soda mix
tats all ive ever used
Dr. B's great for hair and body, it's residue free and earth friendly. Perfect all round soap. Wash your dishes, clean your floors, do your laundry....cucarocha!
I use Abeni's Shampoo bar. I find it better than shampoo because I can slide it up and down my dreads.
Thanks everyone! I've only washed once so far. It's been 3 days. I used the baking soda mix, it just sucks kneeling over a bucket for 20 minutes. I will definitely try the Dr. Bronner's. Thanks everyone! :)
do it in aq shower
I just bought some Erbal essences So i'll be using that and see how that works lol
dreadhead hq.. it makes my hair spongy and funny
Yes, Rama, you're right. I actually left a comment for him about it on his page. It has all kinds of stuff in it that makes your hair shiny and sleek. Like animal fat... gross! :( I used to use it too. Hello Hydration and Long Term Relationship (for long hair). And it made my hair look nice but not good for dreads! I recently gave all my shampoo, brushes, blow dryer and straightener to my boyfriend's mom. LOL.
i hate to say it, but DreadHeadHQ's shampoo
yeah for me i can say the opposite! i hated the Dr. B's peppermint castile soap. it conditioned them way too much and left oily residue no matter how much i diluted / rinsed.


weird, huh? how things work out . . .
i just found this natural shampoo bar: biodegradable

Knotty Boy Shampoo Bar

safe for streams , lakes, and rivers!
no it is not safe for rivers dr bronners is the most biodegradable soap of all and even bronners is not river safe
all soaps that say biodegradable are biodegradable in soil only in water they take years to degrade and kill fish in meantime
al;ways take all soaps at least 300 feet from any water

IllumiKnotty said:
i just found this natural shampoo bar: biodegradable

Knotty Boy Shampoo Bar

safe for streams , lakes, and rivers!

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