What would be the best shampoo bar to get for my dry scalp? Which kind moisturizers best?
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I was wondering if it would be OK to use a baking soda spray instead of a sea salt spray. I like how baking soda leaves my hair dry, but somewhat fluffy. where as sea salt leaves my hair dry and hard. Ive been using the dreadlocksshampoo bars on my hair and BS/acv wash every 3 weeks or so. I want to know if i could spray baking soda mixture in my hair about 10 minutes before i shower with the shampoo bar. any ideas?? would it work good like sea salt
Has anyone ever used the Original Mane and Tail shampoo? Im looking to get some, because i have heard it works well for hair growth, and overall hair health. Im not sure if it would be OK for the dread process though. Here are the ingredients:Water Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Cocamidopropyl Betaine Cocamide DEA Glycol Distearate Sodium Chloride Propylene Glycol Fragrance Hydrolyzed Collagen Citric Acid Methylchloroisothiazolinone/Methylisothiazolinone Butylphenyl Methylpropional... What do you guys think? i want to get some because my hair seems to keep getting less healthy, i stopped using sea salt spray and everything
i started with wax, but removed it with wax-be-gone. Other than that i used a shea butter mixture once, because someone recommended it. Didnt like that. I used to put in some rosemary and lavender oil when i did my BS/ACV wash, but last couple months ive been using the dreadlocksshampoo bar. I dont know how my dreads got greasy like they did, but im good now
I got the results now. I bought and used the Neutrogena Anti- Residue Shampoo, and it still did not remove stuff in the dreads, they were still looking darker and greasy near the base or the dreads. I then waited about 2 weeks and tried it again with the same results, dreads looked greasy in areas, and not only that but that Neutrogena conditions your hair a little, no doubt. My other option i hadnt tried was just using dawn dish soap. So last night i tried it, and with in one wash my dreads are clean, all the greasy looking stuff is gone. I would definitely recommend Dawn for people with stubborn grease or whatever like me, just dont do it often at all.