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    Primal friendly hair gel/wax?

    Hi all,

    I've been poo-less and free of chemical cleansers for ages now, my dandruff has disappeared, my hair is no longer frizzy as hell when long, and my skin feels great.

    What I would like to know though is if anyone knows of a primal friendly way to wax or gel short, but thick and heavy hair? Even in pre-primal days I could never find a chemical gel or wax that didn't disappoint after an hour or so, and 2 weeks after getting my hair cut nothing would work at all. I don't want this to be part of my 20% I have a few ideas but haven't tried anything yet.

    Cheers for any input.

    Steve

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    I found a recipe for natural hair gel. it just seems to be gelatin. I haven't tried it so have no idea what the outcome would be.

    http://www.longlocks.com/hair-care-r...kbook.htm#fix1

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    I've made a flaxseed hair gel that works really well. Here's a link to the recipe & method I used. Don't be put off by the long explanation - it's quick & simple to make. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

    http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlta...ad.php?t=61208

    (p.s. ~ this gel works great even if your hair isn't "curly" per se.)

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    Aloe vera gel works pretty good

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    -insert a There's Something About Mary reference here-

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimpag View Post
    Aloe vera gel works pretty good
    This is less funny but more true

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    Damn man, was coming in here to post this... oh well, I will anyway.


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    LOL you guys. I came in here (*snickers*) to see if anyone mentioned that.

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    i'm poo-less too and always found that the natural oils would cooperate reasonably, especially with a dousing of water first

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