Does the alcohol dissolve the dead lice? Or are the lice carcasses just forever a part of your dreads?
I have this one dread that is pretty loopy and thick at the bottom but the upper part is so thin. It's been that way for awhile and hasn't broken off yet. There is a lot of loose hair around it so I was hoping it would suck some of that into it and thicken up but it hasn't happened. I'm attaching a pic of it. Do you think it will snap off? It's cute it just always makes me nervous haha
Hi Ive been washing with dreadheadhq shampoo left over from when I bought it for my old set years ago. I want to switch to something else and definitely don't want to support dhhq in any way. I also use acv/bs rinses. I see that everyone recommends the solid shampoo cars from dreadlocksshampoo. I read the ingredients though and have a few questions.
saponified oils of organic coconut, organic unrefined first press extra virgin olive oil, organic castor bean oil, beer, kaolin clay
I am worried about all the oil the shampoo bars contain. Wont this be too moisturizing for my dreads? I know many people condition regular hair with olive and coconut oils so this worries me that my knots will slip out.
Also clay does not seem like a good idea. Ive heard any kind of clay is not good i dreads. Just wondering if anyone could clarify?
Is it easy to lather these solid shampoos? Or do you rub them on the scalp directly?