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The Gambler’s Fallacy — 16 Comments

  1. I used to be so curious about the make-your-own shampoos and things, but never actually got up the nerve to try them…After reading this, I think maybe sticking with the little bit more expensive, toxin infused, buy-at-Target shampoo is the way to go.
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  2. Castille soap. Sounds so old school to me. Surely it would have worked? I’d have tried it to so don’t feel bad. I usually buy the cheap stuff but lately I’ve been splurging for a $5 bottle of something if I have a coupon. BTW, your hair looks lovely in your photo.
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  3. Despite the fact that it’s not really any good as a shampoo replacement, I kinda love castille soap… It’s just better suited to be used as a liquid body soap or a replacement for a household cleaner.
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  4. Oh lord. Doc Bronner’s. Whatever you do, DO NOT READ THE FINE PRINT ON THE LABEL. That’s where the crrazy is. But you can send it to me, I use it for felting 🙂

  5. I can’t tell you how many people have recommended that I use this stuff! Man, am I glad I never got around to trying it. I did read the label once and I think the crazy that Rowan mentions might have been what made me put it back down again. Thank you for writing this, it’s a wonderful public service announcement 🙂
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  6. Oh I cracked up at this! I could picture the lovely results you got so vividly.

    I second the use of household stuff, as far as “word on the street”. Though one thing I hear constantly about castille soap is that you have to use distilled water for the best results. I wonder if that goes for hair use as well.
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  7. I’m a “stick with the cheap crap at Walmart” kind of girl. Since I don’t bother to do much with my hair other than blowdry (since, at the moment, it’s too short for a ponytail), a bottle of Pantene does the job for me. Suave used to be my go-to but it tends to weigh my hair down no matter what I use.
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