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Brittany (Kenji) Babin
@brittany-kenji-babin
10 years ago
11 posts
I have recently found that the dread shampoos are a no no for my hair so what do i use instead to wash them?
updated by @brittany-kenji-babin: 01/13/15 08:41:35PM
Brittany (Kenji) Babin
@brittany-kenji-babin
10 years ago
11 posts
what does the baking soda do? ive had dreads for a week now lol where do you get natural bar soap? how often do you wash them? Knottysleeves said:
The baking wash is best.

Dr Bronner's works for some people.

I alternate between the baking soda wash and a natural bar soap. The soap makes my roots dread like crazy.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
10 years ago
29,444 posts
theres an amazing soap in our ships here (click dread shops in menu) and the baking soda cleans soooo goodits amazing


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Tomasu
@tomasu
10 years ago
66 posts
wow, we own a ship now?? soaringeagle said:
theres an amazing soap in our ships here (click dread shops in menu) and the baking soda cleans soooo good
its amazing
❂•Paula•❂
@opaulao
10 years ago
751 posts
Dr Bronner's I hear is good but it depends on where you live. Certain water types make it leave a residue so that doesn't work.Baking soda and acv rinse is what I use and it works greatShampoo bars from the dread shops here I hear are good too. I'm currently waiting for my order to arrive :) Tomasu said:
wow, we own a ship now??

soaringeagle said:
theres an amazing soap in our ships here (click dread shops in menu) and the baking soda cleans soooo good
its amazing
That would be awesome wouldn't it?? :)
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