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acv rinse for flakey scalp????
updated by @stephen-samuels: 02/14/15 02:49:27AM
its a 2 part system not just acv
1st baking soda 1/3 cup per gallon teatree 10 drops /g rosemary peperming 30 drops each /g
pour on soak 10 min
acv same or less (new dreads miuch less maturew same)
oils can be added to acv too if u want
new dreads poyr on rinse right away mature dreads soak 3 min then rinse
for extra power rince again with very cold water
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
Don't be a-feared! *hugs* My scalp actually broke out in a series of nasty boils after the baking soda washes began. In the end, I stopped using the baking soda (save for once a month deep cleans) and just wash with diluted shampoo of my choice and then rinse with acv.
I'd call them 'mature enough for acv' if you can wash them without them falling out. You can always dilute the acv more for a more gentle and less conditioning rinse.
Electric Mama said:
What would you consider mature dreads? I want to try to acv rinse but since I had allergic reactions with the baking soda at 1st I am scared! haha
What is T-Gel? I rinse my hair with acv (after washing it with bc) and the flakeyness is still there. So I guess once I find out what T-Gel isI will start using that...
Acv has solved a lot of my life's problems, but sometimes super flakey-ness calls for some T-Gel. I'd see if an acv rinse fixes it and if not, T-Gel time. xD