I guess you get these kind of questions a lot but I was recommended to ask about (drumroll) a soap I'm using for my dreads.
I found a sea salt bar of soap with salt from the Dead Sea. It's not for dreads specifically, but I am really interested if it would be useful as a dread soap, and it's by a company called "One With Nature." I've got type two Caucasian hair.
Ingredients, in order:
Sodium Palmate (Saponified palm oil) Sodium Palm Kernelate (saponified palm kernel oil) Water (Aqua) Maris Sal (Dead Sea Salt), Sodium Chloride (Salt), Glycerin (vegetable glycerin), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Argania Spinosa (Argan Oil), Citric Acid, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
Thanks for any help you can give me~
Hi there. I was told that you're an expert on shampoos, so I wanted to ask you something. I found this recipe to make natural shampoo:http://www.methowvalleyherbs.com/2010/05/make-your-own-herbal-shampoo-mountain.htmlDo you think it's suitable for me? I have blond, oily hair and I'll be growing my dreads soon by TnR method and I've got soft water in my country. If it isn't good, what would you recommend? (apart from dr.bronner's and dreadlockshampoo).Thanks!
Hello Mechell : ) I'm new to this site and I'm looking for some info on this new shampoo I just started using. It's the Walgreens brand of liquid castle soap called Ology. My dreads are only 4 months old and up until now I have been using Dr. Bronners but the Ology was cheaper so I thought I would give it a try. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
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welcome wax dont wash out so easy u might want to srtill do wax removal also would not twist the4m! that can weaken the roots and cause traction alopecia even permenant bald spots