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Avanish Tiwary
@avanish-tiwary
6 years ago
1 posts

Hi, I have just started (4-5 days) growing dreadlocks. I want to get rid of dandruff. I washed my hair with baking soda. But it didn't help. I also apply aloe vera on my hair. Is it wise to use aloe vera at this stage?

Thanks!


updated by @avanish-tiwary: 01/13/15 09:18:06PM
sambo
@sambo
6 years ago
37 posts
Hey, welcome!have you tried rinsing with apple cider vinegar after the baking soda? That should help to stop your scalp from getting too dry, there is a recipe on the site somewhere but im unsure of exactly where I usually just ad a cap ful to about 1 litre of cold water (cold water is better than hot for stopping dandruff too). And adding a few drops of tea tree essential oil to the bakinh soda is good for dandruff issues aswell. And aloe is a conditioner so will slow down the dreading process a LOT. Good luck and I hope that helpspeace
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
28,409 posts

yea skip the aloe tho if youir black it will be good to moisturize with it otherwise dont use it




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