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pamm3la 01-11-2012 11:41 PM

Adding a little bit of shampoo to the conditioner
 
So i was thinking of adding a little bit of kinky curly come clean, just like a tablespoon to my suave tropical coconut that i use to cowash, cuz idk i just feel its not enough by itself, i still feel build up on my scalp. And im not using silicones btw. What u guys think?

oh.hi.its.steph 01-12-2012 07:34 AM

I've been wondering about this too. Cowashing mostly works for me but sometimes my hair looks flat on top... I've been considering adding the teeniest bit of my low-poo to my co-wash, so it would be mostly YTC with a smidge of Renpure Organics.

I imagine this would work, but hopefully someone else chimes in!

riotkitty 01-12-2012 09:52 AM

I've done this and it works. I actually read about it on here, I think it was called a "co-poo". I would use more conditioner than shampoo. I would just mix them in my palm and use that to scrub my scalp. The consistency was a bit watery but it got my hair and scalp clean.

Morgan_Adcock 01-12-2012 10:11 AM

I agree with the OP that you can do that. However, you may find that doing a brown sugar scrub would be most effective for a film of buildup on your scalp. Just add a tablespoon of brown sugar to your co-wash conditioner, then give your scalp a really good massage.


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