Like this page? Then share it!

Forum Activity for @Dan B

Dan B
@Dan B
03/26/11 08:20:23PM
58 posts

any thing for itchy scalp?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Buy em online. Cheap!!

adam bradford said:

would peppermint tea work i am having trouble finding these oils near me.
Dave said:
i've always had itchy scalp too, lately i've been doing as Panterra(thanx) suggested and spot treating with peppermint oil. Works great just use cottonball or tissue soaked in pepermint oil and rub it on scalp on itchy spot(may sting if skin is red,but ok) about 5 to 10 min later itch is gone for the day.
Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:42:04PM
58 posts

any thing for itchy scalp?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

A little tea tree will alive the itching but too much dries the scalp. So you need something to help heal the scalp and Rosemary oil is that amazing product.Also look at the hats your wearing! Don't wear a tam that makes your head sweat too much etc

soaringeagle said:

wash when they itch

the baking soda acv teatree riosemary peperkmint combo does the trick

search the site fir super clean

Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:06:51PM
58 posts

Odd Washing Question


Dread Maintenance

Jug! Lol
Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:10:26PM
58 posts

lemongrass essential oil


Dread Products

Dude best 5er I ever spent smells amazing good call!

soaringeagle said:
you'll love it
Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:15:33PM
58 posts

Have problems with your dreads and helmets?


Dread Accessories

The truth is you require a new helmet that fits lol.I stuck to mine a little to long before having it re trimmed.Try a piece of satin and spray adhesive it inside ya lid. Being v carefull not to damage the visor.Then no need for a corky looking shower cap when you de helmet outide the cinema lolI've been riding for 9 years welcome to the wonderful world of motorcycles :-)
Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:38:58PM
58 posts

A little upset


Help! Save My Dreads

Congo sounds great idea se!

Crystal O. said:
Also, try a looser fitting hat like a tam, it would be a shame to lose them all because of one spot that will grow back in time. They will all dread up before you know it! Know it's not what you want to hear but I hope it helps. :)
Dan B
@Dan B
03/15/11 05:39:00PM
58 posts

Well, It Says Introduce Yourself...


Introduce Yourself

Welcome to our family! Xx

Casey Boyett (Shadowfax) said:

I just started my dreads on the 13th... T+R and jus letting em go from there :D

I'm really excited to watch them grow and see what they become.

Dan B
@Dan B
03/19/11 07:36:12PM
58 posts

is it normal?


Help! Save My Dreads

Yea they'll lock bro there's hundreds of people here to prove it just leave em alone

Yan Monteiro said:

soaringeagle my roots are loose as well, theyre kinda locked but not fulley. difference is my hair is thick and curly, do you think they will lock soon??

Dan B
@Dan B
03/13/11 05:56:27AM
58 posts

ACV in uk?


Dread Products

Yea I been on White vinegar. It's just because ciders farmed here so the price is higher because it's the 'genuine home of' rubbish. Its ok now though I just ordered a batch from a cider farm. In Devon. 5l for 5.00Who'd have thought it'd be so dificult

Amber Claire said:

oh my! 12 pound no way that is a lot of money!!

Do you have aholland and barrett shop? it is organic but you can get cheaper stuff from sainsburys. You could always use white vinegar that is like 47p from Tescos. You must follow the baking soda with a vinegar rince to balance out the pH so you could try the white vinegar.

Hope this helps :)

Dan B
@Dan B
03/12/11 03:25:15PM
58 posts

ACV in uk?


Dread Products

I'm in Cornwall and ACV is like 12 a litre down here. On the net all I find is 100% acv for poulry, horses and cleaning etc. Is this stuff ok to use or am I gonna have to shell out for the supermarket stuff again?
updated by @Dan B: 01/13/15 08:57:27PM
  2