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Burt's Bees Conditioners

so would've i
@so-wouldve-i
6 years ago
71 posts

Anybody on here use Burt's Bees conditioners?

Since my locks are just barely over five months, they're definitely not mature, but I literally never condition.

I was thinking about picking one of their conditioners to use once every 1.5-2 weeks. Any opinions?

The shampoo I am using every 3 or more days is Kiss My Face Anytime shampoo.


updated by @so-wouldve-i: 02/14/15 04:52:00PM
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@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
27,921 posts

agree with biz (tho if you want your face kissed anytime.......)

i use jojoba added to the bs to condition




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so would've i
@so-wouldve-i
6 years ago
71 posts

....I've been on this site for months, I've read that thread a few times. If you don't know anything about a product other than that it is sold in a store.... you really can't make a judgment lol. The shampoo I use is organic, 100% natural, no artificial colors and no parabens etc. I've tried the baking soda wash and hated it lol.

It is frustrating that it's gotten to the point where I can't get serious advice on this site.. It's almost all exactly the same.

I've been using jojoba and aloe to condition but I was looking for something else.

Panterra Caraway
@panterra-caraway
6 years ago
665 posts
Hi so would've! Ya know, I have been on this site almost a year and I find so much of how we perceive a response is in our own head. Sometimes, we are feeling unsure and so we assume the other person is being rude to us, when infact, they aren't. It is so difficult to get the right intent and tone off of a posted message. I know that I have been misunderstood here before...so, don't be so quick to get upset. I find most people here to beof a loving nature <3 Have a beautiful day...much love.
so would've i
@so-wouldve-i
6 years ago
71 posts

....I did not get upset because I thought Biz was being rude. I got annoyed because her response was generally inane to the question I was asking.

@fancyAmanda Another inane criticism... Isn't one of the purposes of using these forums to gather insight from other users' personal anecdotes? Sorry lol that I perceive it as perfectly fair to expect a specific type of response that pertained to what I was asking.

Panterra Caraway said:

Hi so would've! Ya know, I have been on this site almost a year and I find so much of how we perceive a response is in our own head. Sometimes, we are feeling unsure and so we assume the other person is being rude to us, when infact, they aren't. It is so difficult to get the right intent and tone off of a posted message. I know that I have been misunderstood here before...so, don't be so quick to get upset. I find most people here to beof a loving nature <3 Have a beautiful day...much love.
Heather
@heather
6 years ago
1,294 posts
i tried the burt bees conditioner when i had brushable hair and it wasn't very conditioning. that might be good though for dreadlocks since you want some softening but not so much that things start to come undone. i don't know how old your dreadlocks are but if they're pretty established then i think you could get away with using any conditioner. does kiss my face make a conditioner that goes with the shampoo your using? a friend of mine has had dreadlocks for 3 years and she will occasionally condition them and she hasn't had any problems. just soft dreadlocks:)
so would've i
@so-wouldve-i
6 years ago
71 posts
Thanks both of you! When my locks are older I'll compare Kiss My Face conditioner and Burt's Bees and make a post about results/differences. (:
Panterra Caraway
@panterra-caraway
6 years ago
665 posts
So you think it was inane for her to say that she personally wouldn't trust any store bought shampoo and conditioner? Wow...now who is being rude? She was trying to say that you can acheive a conditioner that may be safer for your dreads by mixing your own oils.If you want a specific answer maybe you shouldn't ask any questions. I just don't understand your attitude.

so would've i said:

....I did not get upset because I thought Biz was being rude. I got annoyed because her response was generally inane to the question I was asking.

@fancyAmanda Another inane criticism... Isn't one of the purposes of using these forums to gather insight from other users' personal anecdotes? Sorry lol that I perceive it as perfectly fair to expect a specific type of response that pertained to what I was asking.

Panterra Caraway said:

Hi so would've! Ya know, I have been on this site almost a year and I find so much of how we perceive a response is in our own head. Sometimes, we are feeling unsure and so we assume the other person is being rude to us, when infact, they aren't. It is so difficult to get the right intent and tone off of a posted message. I know that I have been misunderstood here before...so, don't be so quick to get upset. I find most people here to beof a loving nature <3 Have a beautiful day...much love.
Earth Rose
@earth-rose
6 years ago
38 posts
5 months in my friend had me use this special organic conditioner, he has dreads and swears by the stuff. 5 of my tighter dreads unraveled! Save your dreads! Don't condition!
so would've i
@so-wouldve-i
6 years ago
71 posts

You can be sure next time I won't bother asking/making a thread (:

Surprisingly unhelpful forum response

fancyAmanda said:

so would've i -- Yes, one of the purposes of this site is to gather insight from users' personal anecdotes. Biz responded with hers, and you responded negatively. So why bother asking if you're expecting a certain answer? Lose the attitude, I'm sure you'll make more friends that way :)
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