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Betsy
@Betsy
02/16/12 03:25:16PM
11 posts

Ingredience check on this soap


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Hmm is this ok to use on my 2 month dreadlings...

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Ingredience

Sodium Tallowaite, Water, Sodium Cocoate, Glycerin, fragrance (parfum), lavender oil, sodium chloride, titanium dioxide, tetrasodium edta, iron oxides


updated by @Betsy: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 01:38:46PM
11 posts

new dread locking gel from dreadlockshampoo.com


Dread Products

i'm soo strapped for cash this month but next month i'll give it a go :)

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 01:37:29PM
11 posts

is there such thing as using an alternative to sea salt spray?


Introduce Yourself

hey thanks man, i'll give it a try :)

soaring eagle said:

http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/new-dread-locking-gel-fr...

try this it will not dry your scalp and will knot u in a hurry

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 11:54:08AM
11 posts

is there such thing as using an alternative to sea salt spray?


Introduce Yourself

thanks.:)

Frank Schuster said:

Hey!

Then don't use the seasalt if it causes your scalp to itch very bad. You don't have to, it's only

kind of a catalysator to speed up the dreading process a little bit. So it is not nescessary at all!

You will get dreaded hair without using seasalt for sure!

JAH bless your journey!

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 11:53:27AM
11 posts

is there such thing as using an alternative to sea salt spray?


Introduce Yourself

thanks i dont think i'll continue using it :) or perhaps just try less..

Baba Fats said:

I'd rather just get my seasalt from the beach too. I heard about it here, and decided to give it a try. I've only used it for maybe the past 2 weeks. So my first 5 years were without. I think mine turned out just fine without it

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 11:52:41AM
11 posts

is there such thing as using an alternative to sea salt spray?


Introduce Yourself

thanks i kinda knew i didnt have too but i have such straight thin european hair that anything to help them on their merry old way i kinda thought it would be worth it to tough it out.. x

Frank Schuster said:

Hey!

Then don't use the seasalt if it causes your scalp to itch very bad. You don't have to, it's only

kind of a catalysator to speed up the dreading process a little bit. So it is not nescessary at all!

You will get dreaded hair without using seasalt for sure!

JAH bless your journey!

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 07:14:43AM
11 posts

is there such thing as using an alternative to sea salt spray?


Introduce Yourself

i try my best to not get the spray on scalp but it itches SO BAD. my scalp is really sensitive.. i wash it off after 15 minutes but JESUS :(


updated by @Betsy: 01/13/15 09:16:48PM
Betsy
@Betsy
12/26/11 08:28:34PM
11 posts

Please help me to begin my jurney :D


Dreading Methods

hi julie, i have thin british hair, i personally used back comb and tnr method 3 days ago, washing my hair with baking soda salt water and a tiny bit of lemon juice.. check out my pics to see the results i guess. happy dreading :)

Betsy
@Betsy
01/08/12 07:37:08AM
11 posts

the "don't worry about shrinkage" tnr timeline (4 years)


Member Journals and Timelines

i think your dreads are amazing! i cant believe the shrinkage! cant wait til mine start resembling this! :D

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