I've got some serious clumping going on. I read through the memories a few months ago about separating. I've got a natural set. Every time I I wash my hair I try to pull them apart when it's still wet! But when I wake up in the morning they're right back where they were- connecting near the roots.
oh a much brighter note, My guy, Bob, and I have started making our own cold pressed soap.
I've recently made a 'dread shampoo bar' using a blend of saponified hempseed oil, coconut oil, and rice bran oil scented with patchouli and tea tree oil (all of which are oils that will lather well but also will do a great job of removing natural oils from the hair) I love it. I don't think I know enough dreadheads to sample it out too. If anyone is interested in trying it let me know and I'll send some out (along with a 10 q survey that would need to be returned)
Has anyone had any experience making their own shampoo bars for dreads? or even used some that aren't commercially made? ex. lush.
(this is a conditioning teatree shampoo bar)
this was a organic conditioning exfoliating bath bar that we sampled out to everyone we knew.
Anywho, thanks in advance for the advice.