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Frankster
@Frankster
10/23/16 05:14:19PM
25 posts

Shampoo Questions


Dread Products

Frankster:

End of the week i will try the Bronners Teatree barsoap. The liquid Bronners did not work out in the beginning of my journey because of

the hard water types in my area. I will leave a reply in this post how the barsoap works on my dreads. I am having the same problems of finding good available or local products for washing my dreads. For the last 2 month i have been using plain white soap, but it is way to harsh to the skin for using it a long time. So, the search is not over yet, but i hope to find affordable alternatives soon!

So I have washed my hair twice with Dr. Bronners Teatree barsoap and i must say that i really like it so far. The soap seems to rinse out very well and it doesn't leave a sticky feeling at all. I feel that this change of my washing product has speed up my dreading process at least a bit. I am very happy with the Bronnes barsoap and will continue washing my hair with it, And it is a product which is easyly available in Europe, too! Over here in Germany i could order it over amazon.de or get it at every Douglas perfume store for the same price (5,99 Euro). So i can fairly recommend it for washing dreadlocks!

Frankster
@Frankster
10/17/16 09:07:51AM
25 posts

Shampoo Questions


Dread Products

End of the week i will try the Bronners Teatree barsoap. The liquid Bronners did not work out in the beginning of my journey because of

the hard water types in my area. I will leave a reply in this post how the barsoap works on my dreads. I am having the same problems of finding good available or local products for washing my dreads. For the last 2 month i have been using plain white soap, but it is way to harsh to the skin for using it a long time. So, the search is not over yet, but i hope to find affordable alternatives soon!

Frankster
@Frankster
08/18/16 01:44:32PM
25 posts

Sea Salt Soak Question


General Questions

you don't need a lot of sea salt for a spray bottle. I used maybe a coffee spoon sea salt for 100 ml of water? the more salty it is, the less time you should leave it on your head before washing...

Frankster
@Frankster
08/13/16 04:27:49AM
25 posts

Sky Blue baby dreads


Member Journals and Timelines

great pictures! Seems like you are doing well, keep it up!

Frankster
@Frankster
08/04/16 01:16:01PM
25 posts

9 months neglect video


General Talk

These are good news! I'm happy for you that progress takes place and you don't have to restart or have to use a different method! The natural process works great on everybody's hair.

Frankster
@Frankster
07/15/16 08:34:59AM
25 posts

washing


Dread Maintenance

wheresmylocks:

My water is soft so think I'm going to use

bronners. I seen that here is Dr bronners hair

Rinse and also bronners castle soap. Which one do you use?

You can use the castile soap. The ratio for deluting it with water is 1:18 i think.

Frankster
@Frankster
07/14/16 03:35:18AM
25 posts

washing


Dread Maintenance

You can try Dr Bronners liquid soap. Depends on the type of water you have (hard or soft) if it works or not. Bronners only works with soft water! You can try to wash only with water, but i wouldnot suggest that. At the mMoment i wash with White soap from Marseille. You should be able to get this too in the uk. 

Frankster
@Frankster
07/13/16 03:07:52AM
25 posts

A new start


Introduce Yourself

Welcome Joseph, you're on the right track!

Frankster
@Frankster
07/13/16 03:01:15AM
25 posts

Hello from England! well it said introduce yourself Im Paul!


Introduce Yourself

Hi Paul! Nice that you have found this site and that you have decided to go natural! I have also tried out different methods before, but going natural is the best and easiest! Your curly hair looks perfect for dreading up fast, lets do this!

Cheers from Germany!


updated by @Frankster: 07/13/16 03:02:04AM
Frankster
@Frankster
07/06/16 05:26:26PM
25 posts

Dreads unraveling!? Super frizzy


General Questions

Well, you have definitely some wax in your hair, because you went to the salon for almost a year and wax should be removed completely.

Seperation of strands that want to congo together is part of the process. Maybe separate your hair when it's wet? Separate from the root up, with a finger between two strands and pulling the finger up gently

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