dandruff questions. HELP!
updated by @jamison-johnston3: 01/13/15 10:01:17PM
I don't know if it dissolves it, but it sure seems like it. Some parts of my dreads had so many flakes in them that they were rock-hard, literally. Two or three washes of the baking soda (I didn't pour it over my head, I soaked my dreads and scalp in it) and they were all gone. Definitely give it a go, and use some rosemary and tea tree oil too, both of which are meant to help. Only a few drops.
Yep, it'll wash out just fine, I can attest to that!
It's apple cider vinegar that you want, really, and you only need like a cap full of it, just a small amount, because it's conditioning. And don't use it the same time as the baking soda, do the baking soda first, then rinse it out, then do the apple cider vinegar.
vickis should work fine if you cut out hot water with vickis soaps you dont need to let them stay in 10 min just rub on scrub a lil and rinse
if your using sea lt that may make it worse
ofcourse so can winter
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