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aussie
@aussie
08/15/16 02:17:41PM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

Thanks for the replies guys. Yeah I am kinda new to this lol first time ever trying dreads. I get what you're saying about letting my hair do what it wants, I'm just saying..since I've stopped rubbing, I have noticed a pause in progress.

aussie
@aussie
08/12/16 03:59:37PM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

Ok I will check my water. I still don't see how the wool rubbing will erase progress though

aussie
@aussie
08/11/16 05:05:27PM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

Ouch! That sucks... It seems like they know what they're talking about at raging roots studio, not sure though. I just picked up a bottle of dr. Bronner's Castile soap today...have you had any experience using it? Also, why do you recommend I stop wool rubbing?

aussie
@aussie
08/10/16 12:12:13AM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

I found one place that made me skeptical about the shampoo you're talking about. It's a site called Raging Roots Studio. If you go to the recommended shampoo list they also have shampoos that are not recommended due to residue build up or other reasonsĀ 

aussie
@aussie
08/10/16 12:00:55AM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

Thank you for the quick replies! And I haven't noticed any soap scum in my tub but I have been kind of leary about it leaving residue in my hair. I will definitely try to get in touch with the maker of the shampoo, I would love to try to get a sample, I didn't even think of trying that

aussie
@aussie
08/09/16 07:04:06PM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

I've heard mixed reviews on that stuff.. It is also expensive. Also, I've heard cheap bar soap is better to use then name brand bar soap

aussie
@aussie
08/09/16 03:33:52PM
7 posts

Help with smooth silky hair


Dread Products

I've been going back and forth between cheap bar soap and baking soda/acv now for about 4 months. I thought maybe by using them my hair would dry out and be more willing to knot up; yet since I've been washing with these, my hair is silkier and softer than ever! What can I do to make it more dry and ratty? I should also mention I am dreading with the neglect method and have used the wool rubbing method a few times throughout this process. Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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