Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps Files Lawsuit Against Major 'Organic' Cheater Brands

avsfanavsfan Posts: 95Registered Users
Sulfate- and non-water-soluble silicone-free since 8/2008

Just about medium everything:
medium texture, low-medium porosity, medium density
Day One hair: 2c
Day Two hair: 2a
2c-3a in the summer time

Protein sensitive. Still looking for
products...
used to have curls, now it's consistently just waves...

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  • OperaCurlsOperaCurls Posts: 1,101Registered Users
    Thank you for posting this, that was an interesting read. But the best part for me was reading all the comments at the bottom of the page. Dihydrogen Monoxide, LOL! Some people will believe anything you tell them.
    http://public.fotki.com/opera-curls/ (I cut my own hair)
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  • Melanie_LinnMelanie_Linn Posts: 457Registered Users
    i know, lye has been used to make soaps way before modern chemical components we discovered. Your not going to hurt your self using something made with it unless you stick your hand in it during the process.
    3c/4aMCiii normal/low porosity med elasticty

    Shampoo- JC Hydrating Invigorating poo, Alaffia Shea & Virgin Coconut Enriching Shampoo, CV poo bars
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    Leave in- GDLI, Beautiful Curls Curl Activating Leave in
    DT- Still working on that
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  • avsfanavsfan Posts: 95Registered Users
    That's good to know.
    i know, lye has been used to make soaps way before modern chemical components we discovered. Your not going to hurt your self using something made with it unless you stick your hand in it during the process.
    Sulfate- and non-water-soluble silicone-free since 8/2008

    Just about medium everything:
    medium texture, low-medium porosity, medium density
    Day One hair: 2c
    Day Two hair: 2a
    2c-3a in the summer time

    Protein sensitive. Still looking for
    products...
    used to have curls, now it's consistently just waves...
  • rhosyn_durhosyn_du Posts: 99Registered Users
    I've always found Dr. Bronner's products too harsh for me to user regularly, but it's pretty cool that someone is at least making a fuss over "organic" product labeling.

    Also, I have to wonder if all of the people complaining about sodium hydroxide in soap realize that there's chlorine in their salt. :banghead:
    2c, fine/medium with a few coarse grays, medium porosity, normal elasticity, protein-sensitive

    Modified CG
    Low-Poo: L'Oreal EverCurl Shampoo
    RO: L'Oreal EverCurl Conditioner
    LOC: KCKT,
    Nightblooming Triple Moon Hair Anointing Oil, & Nightblooming Panacea or Freya Hair Salve
    Styling: Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Gel, Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Finishing Paste
  • Koukla72Koukla72 Posts: 1,680Registered Users
    Edited due to a cyberstalker. Sorry, guys. :(

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