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hey, just went online to purchase some Dr Bronner's and there are soo many...
Which Dr B's do you use/recommend?? and Liquid or Bar??
or any recommendations on anything else i should wash with, if u don't recommend Dr Bs?? already use the BS/ACV.... looking for other suggestions...
Namaste xoxo

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uwant the 18 in 1 magic soap..liquid so u can dilute 12-1

yeatree is most benificial it keeps bugs away helps dandruff kills bacteria
pepermint tingles thats it
lavander smells amazing
almond smells heavently
citrus will disiolve residues
eucoltptus clears sinuses repel;ls mosquitos
umm what others?
Hello! I actually use the tea tree shampoo on my dreads... I think it smells good, but sort of like citronella, which is cool if you like that smell. It definately works for me in that it keeps dandruff at bay.

the very last melon said:
Thanks SE... U rock :-)
r they all different bottles/fragrances.....
which one do u use??? does yeatree smell good??
all the letters are worn blank on my keyboard so its easy to hit the key next to the key i want
teatree i like the smell of
and i wouldnt want to have dreads and not use teatree
1st time i went a couple months without it i got infested
it definately keeps nasty critters away and helps the itchies too
So which would you say smells better, the almond or lavender?

☮soaringeagleॐ said:
uwant the 18 in 1 magic soap..liquid so u can dilute 12-1 yeatree is most benificial it keeps bugs away helps dandruff kills bacteria
pepermint tingles thats it
lavander smells amazing
almond smells heavently
citrus will disiolve residues
eucoltptus clears sinuses repel;ls mosquitos
umm what others?
I like the Eucalyptus
I have the lavender and I usually don't like the smell of lavender but I like this stuff
woah, "infested"? with what? how? where were you?

☮soaringeagleॐ said:
1st time i went a couple months without it i got infested
Go easy on the Dr. Bronners. Better check what type of water you have first. Seriously, I used just a little bit too much Dr. Bronners once or twice and my hair felt so sticky, it sucked...
hey SE could the citrus help remove some wax?
yeah seriously, dilute dilute dilute!! or your hair will be reallllly sticky icky, i know from experience.

GreyGargoyle said:
Go easy on the Dr. Bronners. Better check what type of water you have first. Seriously, I used just a little bit too much Dr. Bronners once or twice and my hair felt so sticky, it sucked...
J.D. said:
hey SE could the citrus help remove some wax?

here try this out it works really well..
Deep Clean
3/4 Cup baking soda
2 tbsp lemon juice
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
8 drops tea tree oil
3 drops peppermint oil

"Fill large container with warm water (or use an herbal tea for its healing properties), add the baking soda and stir until disolved. Add remaining ingredients and soak your dreads and scalp with it. Wrap your dreads in a towel and let the mixture soak for at least 30 minutes. Rinse until water runs clear.

This will disolve any gunk in the middle of your dreads, will make your scalp tingle and your dreads smell like sunshine. :) Best of all, its easy to make with stuff from the grocery store."
I also use teatree..mostly because I am super paraniod about bugs. I think it smells okay..not as nice as lavander probably would..But oh well.. better safe from bugs than sorry!

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