Black Soap Herbal Shampoo

Black Soap Herbal Shampoo

 

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  1. fuyukazemiSep 08, 2013

    I have used ACV in my black soap and it totally killed it. Like completely! So I’m with you, I have to use is as a rinse instead as
    well.

  2. Tracey MoorbySep 08, 2013

    Gabrielle, thank you for introducing me to African Black soap, my hair and skin have never look so good.

  3. IndianBeauty02Sep 08, 2013

    New subbie.Do sell any of ur products

  4. Bridgette HarrisonSep 08, 2013

    can you tell me these ingredients again for black soap herbal shampoo?

  5. Napturally ArielSep 08, 2013

    I was wondering if you could share where you get your herbs from please ^_^ love your videos by the way!!!

  6. veggieyogavoreSep 08, 2013

    Im sure someone has already asked this but where do you get YOUR black soap and shea butter? I have mine from coastal scents and I was just wondering where you got yours so I can try it next time I order. Thanks!!

  7. totesmagoats82Sep 08, 2013

    LOVE your videos! Thanks so much for all the info 🙂

  8. GiapretzelSep 08, 2013

    I meant my black soaps pH ranged from a low of 7 to a high of 9 (it seems to vary from batch to batch and from region of origin probably) before I brought the pH down .

  9. GiapretzelSep 08, 2013

    My black soaps usually fell between a pH of 6-7. I used to use the acidifiers (aloe, acv or citric acid) with water to bring the pH to between 4.6 and 5.5. Also, I always leave the black soap shampoo on my scalp for 5-10 minutes, in the same manner I would use my prescribed shampoos (I have diagnosed seboseborrheic dermatitis). HTH

  10. DuchessGabrielleSep 08, 2013

    I tried Aloe vera juice and it completely neutralized the soap. I figured it’s the acid-base combination. I haven’t found a way to lower the PH effectively so I always follow with ACV rinses or toner.

  11. DuchessGabrielleSep 08, 2013

    Hmmmh! I tried Aloe vera juice and it completely neutralized the soap. I figured it’s the acid-base combination. Maybe I used to much Aloe? Did you ever get the PH to go down? I have resulted to ACV rinses until I or someone else breaks this mystery.

  12. DuchessGabrielleSep 08, 2013

    Oh I hear you! Yes, you can. In fact I use it for hair, body and delicate laundry (read undies, sorry if that’s TMI) and it’s absolutely perfect. I like to pamper my face so I use chamomile, calendula for that formula instead but sometimes I just wash my face with this one.

  13. DuchessGabrielleSep 08, 2013

    I have been compiling but not yet posted. Time constraints. Is there something you are looking for in particular?

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