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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/08/13 09:28:58PM @soaring-eagle:

keep us postee on how the recovery process goes


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/08/13 07:41:38PM @soaring-eagle:

forums theres a wax ande crochet recovery sections

soak in cheap conditioners or olive oil brush pick ort comb out slow and gentle take your time it wont be done in a day

when out judge the hairs condition

if in bad shape condition for a week or 2 then let it dread

if its damaged but not scary damaged then just lewt it dread

wax isnt too hard to get out of undrwaded hair

soak in apple cider vinager ..full strength 15-30 minutes

then use the hottest water ypu can safely stand and lots of dawn dish soap and scrub like crazy

that should do the trick


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/08/13 04:26:15PM @soaring-eagle:

well you can recover though starting over would make you happier in the long run most likel;y

either way post your experiences in detail to help others make more informed choices


Baba Fats
09/03/13 08:32:27PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Have you started over, of are you looking to tray and fix the damage?


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/03/13 04:41:54PM @soaring-eagle:

hooks aree worse then wax

but u can recover

1 get wax b gone ..once its in it neverr comes out till u remove it

the hook harm will be permenbant but they can recover and naturalize but will take a long long time

aloe or jojoba to loosen them up will speed recovery

they will be extra frizzy during the recovery from all the broken hairs popping out


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/03/13 12:49:58PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome glad you reformed was wax used too?


darkstar
09/15/13 12:33:01PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I guess I don't have to go into the dangers of wax. Eagle already did. And it's all true. Wax is a hydrocarbon. That means it's waterproof. No amount of boiling hot water and normal soap will ever get it all out. You need a good detergent to clean out wax. And as long as it stays in, mold will have a better chance of growing


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/14/13 05:27:38PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome im from philly too but got to warn ypou wax is a huge mistake u myst remove the wax

also stop twisting

wax facts

it just glues hair together but prevents any acvtual dreaduiing

it traps doirt and watrer leading to mold and mildew and dread rot

it never washes out..ever you need to agressivly remove it with wx b gone from www.dreadlockshampoo.com

its the number 1 dread killer and 95% of wax dreads get cut in 1st 3-4 years cause they get gross

twisting facts twisting over tightens the roots exposing the scalp thinning the roots and causing traction alopecia which causes thi9nning dreads broken dreads and widespread balding

if you remove the wax and stop twisting they will recover


darkstar
09/15/13 12:33:01PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I guess I don't have to go into the dangers of wax. Eagle already did. And it's all true. Wax is a hydrocarbon. That means it's waterproof. No amount of boiling hot water and normal soap will ever get it all out. You need a good detergent to clean out wax. And as long as it stays in, mold will have a better chance of growing


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/14/13 05:27:38PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome im from philly too but got to warn ypou wax is a huge mistake u myst remove the wax

also stop twisting

wax facts

it just glues hair together but prevents any acvtual dreaduiing

it traps doirt and watrer leading to mold and mildew and dread rot

it never washes out..ever you need to agressivly remove it with wx b gone from www.dreadlockshampoo.com

its the number 1 dread killer and 95% of wax dreads get cut in 1st 3-4 years cause they get gross

twisting facts twisting over tightens the roots exposing the scalp thinning the roots and causing traction alopecia which causes thi9nning dreads broken dreads and widespread balding

if you remove the wax and stop twisting they will recover


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