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    What type of milk would you suggest. ie; whole, 2%, 1 etc.

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    Just regular whole milk.

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    Would it change the effect if I used 2%?

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    So, you wash it out of your hair after 20 minutes, correct?

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    I don't know if it works with 2% milk, you'll have to try it to see.

    Yes, you wash it out of your hair, otherwise, by the end of the day you would smell like spoiled milk.

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    Can you use powdered milk, mixed as instructions say to reconstitute?

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    Hi Liss,
    Over the weekend I tried your no poo shampoo and vinegar rinse. I have been using the no poo for about a week and decided to try the rinse over the weekend without any mousse in my hair. I love how soft and clean it is but my hair is natually curly and so it was very frizzy. I am going to try this milk rinse next weekend ( and not use mousse) to see how it works. Thanks.
    Nancy

 

 
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