updated by @naked-naturalist: 07/23/15 08:16:55AM
I use Dr, Bronners (diluted to 1/12 strength) but wouldn't recommend washing daily. I wash at least 3 times/week which works well for keeping my scalp clean and my hair clean enough to dread but every day will train your scalp to produce more oils to make up for that stripping and you will find yourself NEEDING to wash every day just to keep your scalp from getting too oily... which in turn dries out the actually hair.
Take a look at some essential oils (ie, Rosemary, Lavender, etc) to add to your Dr. Bronners to maximize your scalp and hair health while washing.
Don't wash every day. You NEED to make sure your locks are completely dry before you wash again. They might feel dry to the touch, but locks, even baby ones are like sponges. They may still be a little damp inside. Best bet is to wash every 2-3 days. That extra day will be what you need to be safe.
And Dr. B's should be good. Some people have hard water and find it ward to rinse out. So do a test on one lock and try to rinse it out under the faucet before doing it to your whole head