Question for RCW

JillH410JillH410 Registered Users Posts: 594 Curl Neophyte
I remember reading somewhere (can't find it now) where you recommended the castile cleansers because their ph had been brought down to neutral with citric acid. But then said that castile soaps like Dr. Bronners were very caustic because they have a high ph. I just looked at the ingredients on Dr. Bronner's and it has citric acid in it... do you know if it just may not be enough to bring the ph down to neutral? :dontknow:
cowash: Tresemme Naturals
rinse out: Garnier Triple Nutrition
Leave in: Suave naturals, whichever scent I'm into at the moment
gel: Garnier Fructis or LA Looks

3a-3b - high porosity

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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Registered Users Posts: 31,259 Curl Connoisseur
    JillH410 wrote: »
    I remember reading somewhere (can't find it now) where you recommended the castile cleansers because their ph had been brought down to neutral with citric acid. But then said that castile soaps like Dr. Bronners were very caustic because they have a high ph. I just looked at the ingredients on Dr. Bronner's and it has citric acid in it... do you know if it just may not be enough to bring the ph down to neutral? :dontknow:



    Don't know. You could email Bronner's and ask them the pH of their products. That's what I do when I'm unsure of something.

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