yea i don't think water only would ever do me any good
and once my hairs wet...I WANT TO WASH!!!!!!!!!
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
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So as of late this week I was trying to reduce my washing frequency of my dreads to kind of prepare them for the colder months, my last wash before today was Sunday, so it had been four days since I washed my dreads. While I know that there really isn't a hard fast rule for washing dreads, that it is better to let about 2 days pass in between washing at a minimum, today makes me wonder is a pretty itchy scalp a good predictor that dreads should be washed?
3-4 days has usually been about the point where it gets itchy, I've been on the cycle since about 2 years into
On another note, I had foolishly used a not so good shampoo for dreads prior to this last wash (I got it pretty much out of my hair)...but that taught me (after looking up the ingredients online) what the ingredient names for chemical residues are. So I now know to avoid any shampoo with anything starting with either PEG or PPG on their list. Not entirely sure what I'll use that shampoo for since it had left my roots feeling almost sticky. I mean I did seem to get it out of my dreads, but it took a little work, and I doubt it'd be good to use on my hair....if I did I'm sure I'd be doing a deep clean before too long...
On another note, since I have joined this site, it has been nothing but helpful.
i love how much word of mouth recommendations we get.. i heard people say they heard about it from someone they worked with, went to school with, or just met on a bus...all over the world