Baking Soda White Mud Problem--Starting a New Shampoo?
i haven't seen any softening with that shampoo. when i was a teenager i used to spray my hair with lemon juice to lighten it when i went to the beach. dried the hell out of my hair in the process so i'm not so sure of it having softening effects. i just used prell shampoo with a little bs mixed in last time i washed and i found my hair to be a bit more frizzy but not in a good way. i don't know if it was the mix of prell and bs or just the prell. i'm going to try it again without the bs next time. one thing i do like about prell is that i can go three days before i need to wash again because my scalp doesn't get oily as quickly as it does with other shampoos. i really like fantasia 100% pure tea shampoo. you can get it on amazon. its a clarifying shampoo but it doesn't leave your hair feeling like straw. just clean.
Marcus Acosta said:
Thanks for the suggestion Heather, I'm glad that shampoo is working out for you. I just ordered Prell Shampoo because someone suggested it here. Question though, the Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo contains lemon, which is a natural conditioner, I've read on here that lemon will not help the locking process, thoughts on that?