not sure i replied but interlocking u onluy have a day or 2 window to undo it safely ater that point just leave it be as long as u dont interlock repeatedly most likely it will be ok
watch this http://www.dreadlockssite.com/video/retwisting-interlocking-tightening-dreads-locs-roots-dangers
u never ever should retwist or interlock interlocking is 1 of the worse things u can do! to90retwisting will mamke u go ba,ld even if your 7
50,000 18 year olds a year get trsansplants from traction alopecia caused by twisting
and wazx is evil you need to stop going to salons they destroy dreads
Welcome, stop going to the salons now and Happy Dreading.
Always, Hippie Love
welcome no wonder your having problems wax is a dread killer and salons do everything wrong
ok step 1 remove wax
step 2 stay away from salons
step 3 wash 2-3 times a week and seperate as needed
are u seeing thinning from twisting?
were they interlocked
we need every detail of everything they did not just the wax everythjng
once the wax iss removed we have to recover from everything else dumb they did
Welcome to the community. Wax is terrible for dreads. You should remove it immediately. Since it will be so ingrained, you will probably need a few tubs of wax-b-gone. However, if I were you I'd probably get rid of those dreads and start again, natural.
hey there, yes i do separate 1nce in a while. not everyday, not even after every wash, but maybe 1nce in a week or two just when they feel too much in love with each other. till then i just neglect them n let 'em do what they wanna. works well pretty well..
I know that taking certain vitamins does prevent your body from creating them itself. After a time of not taking the vitamins, your body does go back to producing them. I'm not 100% sure how this works with biotin. I haven't found or heard of any studies for it specifically.
As for the conditioner, Your scalp does produce it's own oils. But it doesn't actually keep itself clean. Dirt, dust, and residues accumulate. Without a soap, or shampoo, your scalp has no way to get rid of these debris itself. So there's no reason not to use it
Im not actively separating but if i feel some congos going on i usually rip them apart