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first co wash. Residue on hands

I just went and bought bee-ceuticals organics conditioner and did my first co wash. I used about 4 dime sizes and it seemed like it wasnt washing anything out and there was a sticky residue on my hands. What am I doing wrong?

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  • CurlyminxCurlyminx Posts: 5,581Registered Users
    oojack wrote: »
    I just went and bought bee-ceuticals organics conditioner and did my first co wash. I used about 4 dime sizes and it seemed like it wasnt washing anything out and there was a sticky residue on my hands. What am I doing wrong?

    Interesting....

    I'm not really sure what is causing that. Has any other condish done that to you?

    It just might be something in the bee-ceuticals.
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  • curlypersonyaycurlypersonyay Posts: 133Registered Users
    this is the first time ive really used conditioner in a long time so I cant remember. It a white residue that I can scrape off with my fingernails. Do other conditioners leave in some waxy residue? Its almost like beeswax. I can feel it on some parts of my forehead-do you think this would cause acne?
  • Future WaveFuture Wave Posts: 154Registered Users
    What ingredients does it have? Maybe someone can spot a problem ingredient that would leave a waxy feeling.
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