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Diego F.
@diego-f
10/13/17 06:42:41PM
73 posts

Are those shampoo good?


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a quick update: i found the contact of a local dreadlock vegan shampoo producer, and he usually sells liquid shampoo for mature dreads. I saw the formula, it looked good, but too moisturizer, and the shampoo has great reviews. I asked the producer if he could make for me a similar formula, but without the ingredients that make the shampoo too emolient/moisturizer, and he said he can, and it is even less expensive than the one he makes for mature dreads. So he'll make for me that shampoo, with teatree, rosemary and peppermint oil and i really hope it will be useful for natural dreads. It will take some weeks until he creates that shampoo, and i'll buy it and i'll do a review here. Before that i plan to wash my hair with the anti-residue shampoo [my hair is heavy, i have been using some creams], and also, i'll start taking biotin, as my hair is breaking a lot, and it worked wonders in the past. 

Anyways, thank you so much SE, i miss this forum a lot, i've learned much here, and also i miss the set of neglect dreads that i've had back in 2013. Soon i'll do a new Member Journal as a timeline for my dreads. 

See ya


updated by @diego-f: 10/13/17 06:44:59PM
Diego F.
@diego-f
10/13/17 05:12:49PM
73 posts

Are those shampoo good?


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☮ soaring eagle ॐ:

Don't use the bs/acv! my biggest mistake was ever recommending that.. it severely weakens your hair its very harsh

its hard to say for sure the bars sound ok but might be a lil conditioning

the liquid i would google those ingredients see what you fiond (im sick with sinus infection that's got me way too spacy to research each ingredient right now, if i feel better later ill try)

thank you for the response. I'm curious about the liquid shampoo, maybe i'll buy it. I've researched about the ingredients and i was worried about the sodium lauryl glicose [it reminded me of the sulfate] but i found that it is good for the scalp and has nothing to to with SLS.

i wish you luck with your sinus infection, it will get better. Sometimes i have it too, it sucks. Thank you again, my brother.

Diego F.
@diego-f
10/13/17 01:33:11PM
73 posts

Are those shampoo good?


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Hello everyone, i'm back. I plan to neglect again, but first i'm taking care of my hair [i need to use antiresidue to get some things that i used on my hair, and i'll start washing with bs/acv and some oils to get rid of some psoriasis that i still have].

I'm planning to buy some shampoo, maybe liquid, maybe bars, and i'm looking into things that i can buy in my country, as there is no way I can afford anything from overseas like Dr. Bronners/Woods or dreadlockshampoo [these were great, but my country is in a big financial crisis, the final value of 2-3 bars of dreadlockshampoo would be more than the food i need to buy for 2-3 months]

So here is some things that i found, i would plan to use them only after some months, and i want to know if the ingredients are ok:

Vegan Solid Shampoo Bar - ingredients: coconut [babuaçu coconut and palm coconut] oil, water, sorbitol, vegetal glycerin, sucrose, ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin , sugar, passion fruit oil, green clay, ying yang essential oil .

Vegan Liquid Shampoo that is said to be without sulfates, and parabens, ideal for low-poo and gentle on the hair and the ingredients are: Aqua, sodium lauryl GLUCOSE (not sulfate),carboxylate (and) lauryl glucoside, decyl glucoside, coco-glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate, cocamidopropyl betaine, xanthan gum, polyquaternium-10, sodium benzoate, citric acid, seven herbs extract for fragrance.

Are these ingredients safe? Maybe the bar i'll use only after i have mature dreads, but do you guys and gals think that is safe to use the liquid shampoo diluted in baby dreads, like, after 3 months of neglect?

Thank you all!


updated by @diego-f: 10/13/17 01:33:13PM
Diego F.
@diego-f
11/01/15 08:57:28PM
73 posts

Need urgent help about shampoo


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Thanks again! I think i'll have to stick with bs. I have to wash everyday because it doesn't remove all of my dead skin... Usually a use 100 grams of baking soda to 8 cups of water. I'll try tomorrow washing with 200 grams of baking soda to 10 cups of water. I hope it'll work

Diego F.
@diego-f
11/01/15 07:16:37PM
73 posts

Need urgent help about shampoo


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I have hard water :(. Do you know if the bars works better on hard water? I can import it, it is far less expensive than the amazing dreadlockshampoo would cost me, but alsk would take an eternity to arrive

Diego F.
@diego-f
11/01/15 06:55:17PM
73 posts

Need urgent help about shampoo


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Hi all! I'm back, neglecting again. I'm in less than one week neglecting.

So here is my case:

Bs/acv doesn't work for me. Didn't worked on the last set also. If i wash with bs/acv, even with oils, by the end of the day i get giant flakes of dead skin stuck on my hair and scalp. Doesn't matter the water temperature and pressure of the shower. The only thing that worked for me was the dreadlockshampoo bar and liquid, but there is no way that i can buy it anytime soon, it is so expensive, and my country is on a financial crisis, so buying it would be more than half of my salary, and that's a lot of money.

It is really hard to find any kind of residue free shampoo here, but i found only one local store who sells Dr. Bronner's (they only have the almond castile and hemp green tea, both liquid).

What i want to know, are these soaps good? Will it condition my hair too much even if i dilute it? What if i put a bit of sea salt on the shampoo?

I'm desperate with my scalp feeling like hell again.

I appreciate your ideas on my casd
Diego F.
@diego-f
07/11/14 12:31:24AM
73 posts

My 2nd set of Natural Dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

yeah, the progress i have now in 4 days was what i had on almost 4 months of my previous set. I'm really amazed! And again, thank you so much for this site, and for the videos on youtube [you taught me how to have dreadlocks on a comment of one of your videos 2 years ago, and then i found dreadlockssite].

soaring eagle said:

id expect that naikr to dresad super fast

Diego F.
@diego-f
07/10/14 10:20:56PM
73 posts

My 2nd set of Natural Dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Hi people! I'm making this timeline to document the progress of my second journey of natty dreads...

So... My hair is thick, i think it is a bit straight [none of my parents have curly hair, my father haves wavy hair and my mother haves straight hair], but it makes waves when combed, and it curls when neglected.

I'm washed on day 1, and day 3, i plan to wash 3 times a week, i'm using a vegan residue free dreadlock shampoo bar that i bought here on Brazil [as it is far cheaper than importing from Vicki's as Brazil customs sucks, also the girl who make the bars have NEGLECT dreadlocks with straight hair, so she knows what she is doing, and i'm paying only what is equal to $2,50], and i'm using a spray with a solution of magnesium hydroxide, lavender and lemon-grass oil which works for itches, and to heal scalp wounds fast.

So, let's go to the pictures!

Just before embracing the journey again:

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4 days of neglect -I'm really happy with the progress, i'm progressing faster than in my last set [that you can check herethe timeline]. What sucks is that some sections are sticking up, it didn't happened on my previous set, but i think this is a sign of fast progress.


updated by @diego-f: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Diego F.
@diego-f
07/10/14 04:14:37PM
73 posts

My timelines :)


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Looks like my hair... i wish my hair was that longer... it would evolve fast like yours.

Keep it up man!

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