Is BB Castile Suds okay for color-treated hair?

Does anyone know if castile soap is okay for color-treated hair? I ordered a bottle from Botticelli Botanicals on Etsy and never gave it thought that it might not be safe for color-treated hair. Any help? I guess if it's not I'll use it as a body wash. Thanks.
Armpit length (dry), middle of back wet, 2c/3a, fine, porous, color-over-gray, normal elasticity. Trying so hard to grow it out.
CG since June 2011 and loving it so far.
Product Junkie-love anything CJ. Used to love KT and KCCC, but lately doing nothing for my hair but flattening it.
Am experimenting with products to see what works for me. Seems like I get different results every day even if I use the same products!
This is ONLY a guess but I'm thinking that if a shampoo is sulfate-free, it would be safe for color-treated hair. Because aren't sulfates very stripping to hair?? Hopefully, someone else will chime in!!!
2a, fine-med. text, normal porosity (I think)

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This is ONLY a guess but I'm thinking that if a shampoo is sulfate-free, it would be safe for color-treated hair. Because aren't sulfates very stripping to hair?? Hopefully, someone else will chime in!!!
Originally Posted by hippiechic81
I'm thinking it would be ok too!!!!! Castile is used to make baby soap and for people with sensitive skin so I'm guessing it would be very gentle.
Type- 2a
Texture- Fine
Porosity- Normal
Elastisity- Normal
Density- Medium


CO- Vo5 kiwi lime squeeze, various sauve conditioners, loreal evercurl cleansing co.
Style- beautiful curls wave enhancing leave-in, pure and clean gel, Shea moisture smoothie
Techniques- plopping
CG since- Jan. 15th 2013
I used it a few times but gave it away. I found it extremely stripping and drying!
Coarse texture, normal-high porosity, normal elasticity (Komaza Care), very weak waves
cleanser: Redken Fresh Curls Shampoo, CJ Daily Fix

rinse out: CJ Beauticurls, CJ A&OO, CJ Smoothing

jellies/creams: Mop C, KCCC, SCE FSG
gels: CJ CQ, BRHG

I'm with Asianrunner -- I use Castile Soap all the time to wash my hair, and it's very drying. I rub some aloe on my scalp all the time after I wash with this because my scalp starts to itch and flake because it is so dry. This is a temporary fix for my scalp, but that won't help your color situation! I'm assuming because it is drying it will not be the greatest for your color, but I cannot tell you firsthand, since I don't color my hair. I'm thinking that heavily diluting it or only using a little of it to wash mainly your scalp and not your hair with should be okay, but I don't know if the BB's soap is already diluted or what. I guess you'll never know if you don't try. Hopefully someone who has colored hair and uses BB's Castile Soap will chime in!
Type 2c/3a with lots of hair and a super sensitive scalp! Med/slightly coarse texture, low porosity and elasticity.

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Low poo: Organix TTM, Essential Wholesale Free & Clean
RO/LI: TN, GFTN, YTC
Stylers: EcoStylers, GF Curl Shaping Gel, Aussie Aussome Volume Mousse & Instant Freeze Gel, GFPC, LALNC, La Bella Lots of Curls, Apricot Oil, KMFUM, AO B5DG
Extras: sugar scrubs, AVG washes, pre-poos with EVCO, oiling scalp before washes, plopping, gelatin PT.
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