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Moonchild
@Moonchild
03/08/12 02:19:53AM
12 posts

dread wax remover is ready!


Dread Products

So awesome! I've been humming and haw-ing about getting wax removal.. tried the dishsoap... boiling/hot water... orange oil. Finally got the all natural remover and I've used it twice now. while my hair does seem a little bit dried out (probably a nice soak in warm water bath and coconut oil can help that) I can definately see and feel a difference. I have no idea how it worked and could not see any wax coming out, but my dreadies are wayy less stiff, they're more bendy and soft. I am happy to have invested in this! the one thing I will have to after having used wax only twice in the beginning. all natural from now on. Thanks so much!

Moonchild
@Moonchild
11/07/11 10:12:22PM
12 posts

are you interested in alternative health practices?


General Talk

Hi there!I'm a holistic nutritionist in British Columbia, Canada. I'm trying to get my business up and running and I thought dread site would be a cool place to advertise. I can do long-distance consultations from the comfort of your inbox :)Holistic Nutritionists do lifestyle assessments and make recommendations on dietary, lifestyle and spiritual. They are tailored to your specific needs.Discount for fellow dreadies.Please seehttps://shops.dreadlockssite.com/misc.php for more information.Thank you.Love love love---moonchild
updated by @Moonchild: 01/13/15 09:13:20PM
Moonchild
@Moonchild
10/09/11 03:31:21PM
12 posts

Business Owner with Dreadlocks?


dreads jobs employment issues

I graduated in March and am trying to start my practice as a Wholistic Nutritionist. I worked at a yoga studio in the summer and then moved at the end of August and am working on my apprenticeship. I have a long distance consultation practice available online (simply-love-food.ca)

I need some rent and food money, and want to work a couple days a week while I start my practice. but I can't seem to find a job in the city I am right now, even places that advertise "Help Wanted"

My family thinks that my hair is holding me back. I tie them back into a bun or wear a scarf if I talk to potential employers.

Could it really be that people wouldn't want to hire someone because of a hairstyle? Should I worry that my hair might hold my business back in the future?


updated by @Moonchild: 01/13/15 09:11:42PM
Moonchild
@Moonchild
06/28/11 03:07:08PM
12 posts

new here!/wax removal aid


General Questions

hi everybody! I love you!

I have been looking at this site for quite some time now and finally became a member. my dreads' 1st birthday is coming up in july. they were done by backcomb/crochet method (i know.... i know) and i used wax twice (i know... i know...) within the 2 weeks after getting them done. then i found you guys and stopped! i also switched to the ACV/BkSda wash/soak once a week. i know there is still some wax in there and I am willing to invest in the bodysplash oil that everyone is hailing, however my concern is that because my dreads are so tight and thin that it will be hard to get the product really IN there to get the wax out. any comments or similar experiences? my dreads' width is about the size of half my pinky, so they are pretty small. will it just take a few rounds and soaking? i am willing to invest the time. any comments you have are greatly appreciated.

i've included 2 horrible photos so that you can (sort of..maybe) get the gist of what I've got.

also, is it cheaper for someone to sell the product to me or for me to buy it myself and become a member even though i' won't buy anything from that site after this (i don't buy stuff off the internet world, ever. but this time i make exception) let me know if it is and you can sell it to me :) i'm in bc, canada.

thank you, brothers and sisters.

peace and love--

mnchild


updated by @Moonchild: 01/13/15 09:04:47PM
Moonchild
@Moonchild
08/03/11 11:51:16AM
12 posts

Mature dreads--What's your routine?


Dread Maintenance

It's nice to put a bit of coconut oil in the bath water (with bs/acv if you like)and soak them. if they are dry (which they have been this hot summer!)I find I really like to do this.

namaste.

Moonchild
@Moonchild
09/02/12 11:17:38PM
12 posts

dreadlocks crochet recovery timeline


Saved Dreads Success Stories

I did the wax removal in May of this year. july was the 2 year mark

Moonchild
@Moonchild
09/02/12 10:25:14PM
12 posts

dreadlocks crochet recovery timeline


Saved Dreads Success Stories

how long ago... did I wax? just under 2 years. i'm not sure what they're gonna do, but all theyve been doing is growing nice and long !

Moonchild
@Moonchild
09/02/12 10:11:19PM
12 posts

dreadlocks crochet recovery timeline


Saved Dreads Success Stories

I had waxed all my dreads 3 times and had used the whole container of remover. they got much softer, so I felt safe ;)

Moonchild
@Moonchild
09/02/12 09:48:53PM
12 posts

dreadlocks crochet recovery timeline


Saved Dreads Success Stories

I did not cut mine like Bene had to - I stopped waxing the second I found this site. Recently I just used the magic wax removal product and have been growing them ever since - 2 years this July! These were waxed at the start, but look at 'em now!!! (before and after pics) long and I love them. celebratory share!

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