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Zachary Tyler


Location: Oz
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Zachary Tyler
@zachary-tyler • 7 years ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Still here. ":
"Ok. I also have hard water ugh. But I wouldn't need to wash it for awhile lol. Finding the oil will have to be online, as I'm just in a small town in Kansas..."
Zachary Tyler
@zachary-tyler • 7 years ago • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "Still here. ":
"Hello I have been a member for awhile but have been on the site in a long time. I did have about shoulder length hair that I had started using the bs/acv..."
Zachary Tyler
@zachary-tyler • 7 years ago


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/15/15 10:01:11PM @soaring-eagle:

hey 1st time on since the site upgrade?  the  chat needs to be fixed and an issue with the  photo custom pages but  other thgen that its a huge improvement

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/16/13 05:12:20PM @soaring-eagle:

ok i had 1 person say that b4 then asked dozens to test it and they had no probs

well now i know and i can redo it a diferent way


the Barrellady
08/01/13 04:30:47PM @the-barrellady:

The difference between this and the new site...well the new site was created to work more easily for phones etc...the kinks are still being worked out and it should be up and running within 6 months time, just depends on the kinks. When it is all completed, the two sites will then merge into one. Every once in a while Soaring Eagle asks for help with the new site, he puts that up on chat. So if you have a mobile and can help when needed, that would be great, gets the other site done that much faster......peace

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/01/13 11:13:40AM @soaring-eagle:

saw your comment to barrel to answer the question 3.0 is built on a responsive grid with "mobile 1st" design so the mobuile and desktop sites are the same site 2.0 is very limmited on mobile but 3.0 you have full access to everything

that and multiple forums blogs photo galleries its a massive upgrade

especialy for mobile users

the Barrellady
07/31/13 08:02:09PM @the-barrellady:

Once you click the members tab, the next page opens, right above where it says featured members are the white tabs, They say "all members" " bands and musicians" " crafty crafters" " dread gurus" then comes the "hair scalp health experts"

I don't use a phone, so not sure if it looks any different with it....peace

the Barrellady
07/31/13 05:16:25PM @the-barrellady:

Hey again Zachary, sounds like you naturally have a scalp condition. You are using the ratios right, and leaving it on long enough, so here is a thought for you to do. If you go up to the members tab & click it, another page opens, read the white tabs.... one says hair scalp health that one....four members who are our experts pop up, send each one a message letting them know about your scalp, that you use proper ratios & time...ask them what you can do to improve it. Be patient, they will reply and WILL be able to help you out tremendously. I think that Panterra checks her mail a lot....good luck, sorry I could not help you more, but it will come your way soon....peace

the Barrellady
07/30/13 03:03:23PM @the-barrellady:

Hi Zachary. When you use the baking soda wash, there are a couple of things to make sure. 1) the ratio is right 1/2 cup of BS to 5 cups of water...if you don's have that much hair, you can divide the ratio into two....2) are you leaving it on for the 10 minutes to exfoliate the scalp? 10-15 minutes works the best. I know you used the BS before, but if you are not leaving it on long enough, then the scalp is not getting exfoliated which means that there is still scalp skin there.

If your scalp and hair is not normally oily, then follow the BS wash with the ACV rinse, otherwise over time your hair will get fried out, very dry. This happened to me and it took months to repair. You can rinse out the ACV right away. Mix 1 capful of ACV to 5 cups of water, pour on hair after you rinse out the BS wash, then rinse it out right away. The ACV balances back the hair and scalp PH levels.

Let me know if you were doing anything different from this, and we will take it from there.....thanks....peace

Zachary Tyler
06/21/13 01:56:00PM @zachary-tyler:
Thank you. I appreciate it.

Baba Fats
06/21/13 01:45:38PM @baba-fats:


the Barrellady
06/21/13 12:27:48PM @the-barrellady:

Welcome Zachary, here is the map you can't find. If your water is hard, do none of two things when using baking soda (BS) washes, (always follow that with an ACV rinse)

I purchase a cooler size water bottle and use that to mix my BS & 5 cups water, You can also boil water, let it cool some and slowly pour out the 5 cups needed for the BS, leaving the hard water residue in the bottom of the pot. The ACV can be mixed with your regular water.


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