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yeah I'm trying haha not the easiest task
Hey! So I found out I can have a "Faith in Nature" shampoo delivered to my door, in like 1 or 2 days from the vegan store....
they have a hella lot of variety but I narrowed it down to this one
I'll do my best to translate!
"Tea Tree Champoo"
No Parabens, SLS, Colourings or Conservants... Biodegradable
Ingredients : Aqua (water), Ammonium laureth sulfate*, Maris sal (sea salt), Melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil*, Citrus limon peel oil*, Citrus aurantifolia oil*, Citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil*, Polysorbate 20*, Potassium sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Citric acid*, Limoneneº
* vegetal origin, º from essential oils
Ok.... what do you guys think
So I found out amazon.co.uk has dreadlock shampoos in there that's good!
But one question, have you ever heard of washing with just ACV? no Baking soda
It would be dilluted since it's for dreads I'm guessing.... I guess I shouldn't worry about since I won't need a wash anytime soon but i'm curious, and ACV = easy to find, dread shampoo = has to be ordered....
but yh mostly wondering
Ignore my before post, it's cruelty free and vegan with the exception of their beeswax.... I would really like to not support their site since they promote those shitty practices but, it's like getting a vegan burguer at burguer king (i never did but if it's all you have you're buying the vegan product telling them that's what you like) ... but still give suggestions if you have
well the baking soda is harsh..it eats away at the skin.. it exfoliates by burning off the top layer of skin..that is most likely what you have is fried skin..yes it removes it by turning it into a paste but your burning off your skin
teatree rosemary essential oils treat dandruff, but each bottle is as much as the teatree rosemary dreadlockshamopoo
if you cant afford them cause of shipping the teatree bronners (diluted) ids next best option
What about deep cleanses (every 6 months, or every year), any need / help.... I can't completely shame baking soda because it has helped me so far, but well, I'm trying to find a better option here, this is in england, I live in Portugal so shipping should be cheap, is it a good option despite the fact of the bad rep knotty boy has for selling out backcombing an d crocheting and what not... talking about the product here :https://www.knottyboy.com/shop/product/liquid_dread_shampoo/ ... looking at the ingredients I see nothing bad
Also, that fried skin u'r talking about, it grows bck yeah? xD It's not like damaged right?