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@soaring-eagle
05/20/18 12:52:46PM
28,421 posts

Does getting your hair wet everyday slow down neglect dreadlocks?


Dread Maintenance

@jony666  1st off you need wax b gone now to get that wax out

2nd your in crochet recovery tose are all broken hairs from the crochet.. crocheted dreads can have  10 times the frizz during recovery..

but regardless.. you should always just ignore the frizz or you start obsessing over it and making mistakes like wax and lighting your head on fire

just be glad you didn't light the waxed ones on fire.. hair when lit will flare and quickly go out, not burning hot enough to sustain fire. only when products are used is a micheal Jackson or Richard prior type  incident can happen. when the whole head goes up in flames.. 

wax acts like a fuel, the hair itself barely burns but  melts the wax which the gas released burns. heres the thing about wax, once its hot enough to boil, no wick  is needed any longer  and it just burns and boils and burns .. but if you tr putting it out with water.. flaming fireballs will hit the ceiling  and splatter in all directions.

a dread with wax in it  won't flare and extinguish, it will burn, and burn  and be hard to extinguish. 

though dread fires are an extremely minimal risk of wax, dread rot  an d them never being able to dread right are much higher isks

the wax has to be removed and it will not wash out even with a decade of washing even with boiling them

wax b gone wil get it out though

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@soaring-eagle
05/20/18 12:40:11PM
28,421 posts

Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


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looking better all he time

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@soaring-eagle
05/19/18 05:35:51PM
28,421 posts

Fight with traction alopecia. I need a help.


Help! Save My Dreads

and if you felt pain why would you keep going back?

they never even mention you can get dreads naturally do they? 

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@soaring-eagle
05/19/18 05:34:15PM
28,421 posts

Fight with traction alopecia. I need a help.


Help! Save My Dreads

ok heres what i want you to do

2 things 1 on this so called dread maker website write a review about how horrible their advice was and the  severe damage it caused and do the same here in the salon/locticians recovery section make sure you use the dreadmakers name and business name in the title

in fact, write a 2nd version of it in polish. having 1 in your language will help a lot!

the mango lime stuff has plastics and petroleum products in it..its nasty stuff www.dreadlckshampoo.com is what we recommend (its flat rate shipping you can get 6 bars for same shipping cost) that will last you a year probably

wash every 2-4 days ..4 at most.  and keep massaging the scalp daily

its a shame they do make you think the balding is normal..part of having dreads. in fact they make you think thats the preferred look. 

panterra will follow up on this often for now take the biotin, and start the scalp massages

since its so popular in Poland you should also start talking to people with crochet dreads telling them the truth

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@soaring-eagle
05/18/18 06:48:52PM
28,421 posts

Fight with traction alopecia. I need a help.


Help! Save My Dreads

panterra had trouble logging in to her old account  so i fixed it you'll hear from her directly soon

this was her reply so please answer these questions

Okay, Mr. Super Patient Guy (Wezyr666)!!! Haha I am here to help. I need you to tell me what you are washing your hair with and how often? I need to know what your diet is like and do you have any itching, dryness or dandruff as well as the hair loss? I am going to do do my best. I think this situation may be saved. So, try not to worry

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@soaring-eagle
05/18/18 03:56:55PM
28,421 posts

Fight with traction alopecia. I need a help.


Help! Save My Dreads

she replied in the diquss comenting below

Okay, Mr. Super Patient Guy (Wezyr666)!!! Haha I am here to help. I need you to tell me what you are washing your hair with and how often? I need to know what your diet is like and do you have any itching, dryness or dandruff as well as the hair loss? I am going to do do my best. I think this situation may be saved. So, try not to worry

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@soaring-eagle
05/18/18 01:06:21AM
28,421 posts

Howdy


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well the crochet actually drastically delays the dreading

mine started shorter then yours

dreads actually shrink as they mature they grow after they have matured

people don't like crochet for several reasons 1st and foremost the damage

but also takes a very long time to recover they tend to be stiff and scratchy, and alot more frizzy during recovery

just resist all urges to use the hook again and they will be ok though might get a lil thick

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@soaring-eagle
05/17/18 07:25:29PM
28,421 posts

Does getting your hair wet everyday slow down neglect dreadlocks?


Dread Maintenance

rinsing helps yes but don't use the baking soda  we no longer recommend that..it severely weekend hair its very harsh

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@soaring-eagle
05/17/18 07:22:42PM
28,421 posts

Fight with traction alopecia. I need a help.


Help! Save My Dreads

I love the mud too but there's nothing like soaring 

she's had a hard day she will be in touch soon when she gets home

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@soaring-eagle
05/17/18 07:20:19PM
28,421 posts

Howdy


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thought crochet... thought maybe even wax

you know not to crochet again now right?

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