read the ingredients in www.dreadlockshampoo.com shampoos the clay is why they clean so amazingly well
Well, after using the clay powder as a rinse for one month now, i am very happy with it! I mix one tablespoon with 1/2 liter of water. I let it rest for 15 min and massage the scalp. After that you have to rinse it out very very good to prevent builtup, because the powder is very fine... You can use an acv rinse once a while to prevent your hair getting too dry, but the powder is ph neutral, so you don't have to do it often. After the test month i washed with baking soda /Acv rinse. There was a little bit of a rest of the brown powder on my head, but not too much i guess. So i think i will keep washing with the natural clay and once a month i will do a baking soda deep cleaning.
After 2 month i quit using Dr. Bronners as a shampoo. Lately my hair felt gross, like waxed after the wash with Dr. Bronners twice a week. Seems that it will not work with the water type at home... As an alternative i have BS/ACV at home, but first i will try out a natural powder from Marocco called "Rhassoul" which is really helpful with having skin issues like neurodematitis or just dry skin. On an other website they use this as a shampoo, too. One part of rhassoul mixed with two parts of water, then massaging the paste to the hair roots and rinsing it out afterwards. Also they use an ACV rinse once a while after the wash... I will try that powder out today and will report back how it worked out for me. In europe we can buy it in drugstores or direct at an arabic store. Its an all natural powder from the ground without any chemical additional. Have a nice week!
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