(Part 2) Top products from r/NoPoo

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u/genesis530 · 1 pointr/NoPoo
  1. Try an all natural pomade. Badger Balm is nice. It smells amazing and works well. Had a bearded friend back home who used it on his head and in his beard (lightly in the beard) and it smelled fantastic. Mmmm... bergamot.

  2. You do have to be somewhat serious about it. It takes time for your hair and scalp to reset. The first few weeks you will be a little oily. Frequent brushing with a good brush helps. So does just rinsing with warm water in the shower (and brushing with the water running on your head). Don't overdo it though. After a few weeks you should balance out.

  3. Yes you can use conditioner. BUT... nothing with silicone or sulfates in it. Try to stay as natural as possible. There's a short list about half way down this page. Suave naturals is cheap and has neither in it. Personally I use Dr Bronners. The lavender smell will put you to sleep.

    edit: wrong link

    It is just something you have to stick with for a little while. People get discouraged in the beginning because it "feels gross". That goes away. If you MUST clean it, Dr. Bronners Castile Soap can take the edge off. It's best to rinse with it though, if that makes sense. It actually is great for your skin, so draw a nice warm bath, add a couple tablespoons to the water, then lay down and swish your hair around, then rinse. Adding any kind of clenser (or conditioner for that matter) directly to your head can overpower your own natural oils. Always dilute it in something and rinse your hair with it. Like with conditioners, keep a cup in the shower, add a bit to the cup and mix it, then pour it over your hair. This is why it used to be called a cream rinse.
u/Curlygirlgreen · 1 pointr/NoPoo

Hello! Dont worry! It may take a little time untill you figured out what works best for your hair but it is worth it. Could you tell me what hair type you are?

The thing you mentioned in your post is Water only. I wouldnt recomend to start with it. You used comercial shampoos and conditioner untill now, right? You might wanna get rid of the product build up that the silicones and all the other nasty ingredients caused. I suggest to use rhassoul or "Logona color plus" (which is a mask to get rid of build ups) to clarify your hair and scalp. https://www.amazon.de/Logona-LOGONA-Color-plus-Vorbehandlung/dp/B00139YIAK (sorry European page, but it is only to show you what the product looks like). Then, I would suggest that you try one method and observe your hair and how it reacts. I for instance, began by using natural products for one year and then I switched to rhassoul (which is a mineral clay) to wash my hair and apple cider viniger deluted in water as a rinse. Now I wash them with water only and from time to time with rhassoul.

Do you need a boar bristle brush and a wooden comb? No pooers use those to distibute the natural oil (sebum) from the scalp to the ends. Sebum is kinda the natural conditioner your body produces to protect and nourish your hair.

Maybe tell me what hair type you are, so I can give you some more advice. I hope this helps for the start.


u/shadowboxer5 · 1 pointr/NoPoo

Have you tried a clarifying shampoo? Neutrogena Anti-Residue is a good one.

My hair is pretty straight and fine, and so far I've made it to cowashing once a week with Suave naturals between WO. I can go longer if I use my homemade dry shampoo. I regularly use a good boar bristle brush and a wide sandalwood comb. Finding a good brush is what helped me the most. I use this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006OU06O

u/alongstrangetrip · 1 pointr/NoPoo

I've been WO for a while and love it. Once or twice a month I rub this shampoo bar on my scalp to clean it up. The company has a bit of variety in their bars. It can also be used on your body, but if you only use it for your scalp it will last you forever. Also, it's awesome for traveling by air since it's not a liquid.

u/ammolite · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

The essential oils sold with diffusers are often diluted - These oils are only meant to make a home smell nice.

I purchased my original essential oils at a health and wellness store (the type that sells whey powder and meal replacement mixes), though you can often find them online for lower prices. I know the brand I use isn't the "best," but for adding a little scent to my hair soap and ACV rinse it works great!

There are the two I have:



I use about 10 drops per cup of water.

u/01122014 · 1 pointr/NoPoo

Thanks for the response!

Just to confirm, you mean brushes with nylon bristles like this one and not the ones with ball-tips etc.

Also, I don't suppose you know any with bristles arranged like boar ones as I'm not a huge fan of the sparse bristles, unless that's more efficient ofc.

u/danielle3625 · 1 pointr/NoPoo

I like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Natures-Gate-Herbal-Conditioner-Types/dp/B001E6O9K6

It's five or six bucks at whole foods, that's a good price too. There are other scents, that one is just my favorite

u/LaunchGap · 1 pointr/NoPoo

why don't you want to use hair gel(other than disliking the shiny and hard feel of it)? most hair gel is water based so it should wash out completely when you rinse with water.

i use crew forming cream. by feel alone, i think it washes out with just water. i give a good scrub in the shower though. paste/fiber definitely will not wash out completely with just water from my experience. the forming cream is medium hold and gives a slight shine. i think it's good for longer hair.

u/Chicken_beard · 1 pointr/NoPoo


Edit: I did try Tea Tree oil shampoos at various times, including Nature's Gate which is pretty well reviewed. None worked well enough for me

u/onizuon · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

If any one is curious I'm water only and I use a little bit of paste every morning.

I started the Boar hair brush the other day as well.

u/exgirlfriend82 · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

It's worked out great the times I didn't use the oil in the mix. When I do add the oil it takes about two weeks to get back to normal. I color my hair every other month and it looks and feels great after I do it. It's very messy and time consuming, but the pros outweigh the cons for me.

I went to this site to learn hours to do it, and i got this henna powder and used a mix from the henna for hair site.

u/NateT86 · 4 pointsr/NoPoo

I actually tried washing my hair with this Castile Soap. It wasn't bad. I wouldn't recommend it for daily use, but every once in awhile, not bad.

u/sheryy4 · 3 pointsr/NoPoo

I use this one. You can get it at Walgreens, rite-aid all those shops as well.

u/daisyismydog · 1 pointr/NoPoo

I live in Southern California so it's definitely not as hot as AZ but I think it's doable. With no poo I think a lot of people don't really wash their hair that much (2 times a week maybe?) but for you that number just might be 3 or 4. For the hard water, what I do is boil the water, let it cool a bit, and then put the baking soda in. I have an old Thayer's witch hazel toner bottle that I pour the mixture in so I don't have to boil water ALL THE TIME and a full bottle of the mixture lasts me about a month.

EDIT: You could even try a squirt bottle like this: 12 oz squirt bottle I just checked and the Thayer's witch hazel bottles contain 12 oz! I just squirt the mixture at my roots.

u/SnazzyButterfly · 1 pointr/NoPoo

Sorry, it took so long to get back to you. I recently moved and it has been a hectic process.

I use 3 different brushes.