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I use Kinky Curly Come Clean Shampoo, it's like $9 a bottle but I only wash once a month (co wash twice weekly) so it lasts for me.
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Originally posted by Fashionista922 Fashionista922 wrote:

Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat shampoo should work for you and help with the dandruff. It's sulfate free.

I feel like it's not super moisturizing, but it tingles and smells fresh and minty. Just do a pre-poo or follow up with a DC and you'll be fine.


Ditto on this.  This poo is a great clarifying poo but it has also really helped my dandruff issues. 
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try a mixture of ACV & baking soda with a plastic cap on to loosen dirt first.... 30 mins to an hour... rinse......then try making your own shampoo:
2 cups castile soap
1/4 cup coconut oil
few drops tea tree oil
few drops lavender oil
few drops amla oil

heat in pot, stir well and consistently.....stirring from the bottom and make sure ingredients are homogenous... let cool for 48 hours, to check for separation....

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^I'm definitely going to look into trying this recipe out, thanks for sharing! Just have to find where to buy alma oil.

I'd also recommend Shea Moisture's Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo! I just love the way this makes my hair feels while washing and after being washed. Smells great too. I also use the Restorative Trauma Masque, well conditioner I call it, just as great together. My hair is soft, manageable and definitely moisturized when I use these together. :P


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Originally posted by sugarhigh sugarhigh wrote:

try a mixture of ACV & baking soda with a plastic cap on to loosen dirt first.... 30 mins to an hour... rinse......then try making your own shampoo:
2 cups castile soap
1/4 cup coconut oil
few drops tea tree oil
few drops lavender oil
few drops amla oil

heat in pot, stir well and consistently.....stirring from the bottom and make sure ingredients are homogenous... let cool for 48 hours, to check for separation....



I like this suggestionSmile
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I make my own black soap shampoo and I always do a final rinse with half acv/half water. It works magic on my scalp. Controls my dandruff real well.
I dilute some black soap in water overnight and then I add castor oil, jojoba oil, glycerin and lavender essential oils. This has worked better than any commercial shampoo I've tried and it's not drying because of all the oils I put in it.

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