please also join the new dreadlockssite 3.0 mobile pc responsive beta site at ww3.dreadlockssite.com
@soaringeagle: thanks for the info i already hav africas best but i didnt know if i should've used it or not. as for the aloe, i should buy a plant? how to i make it into however i need to put it into my hair.
@NaturalWomyn: thanks do you mean the lotion?
alrite thanks but how am i gonna be sure its 100% aloe? or should i just get a plant to make sure?
NaturalWomyn said:any local pharmacy or even the supermarket or health food store should have it. You can buy an aloe plant at the supermarket as well.
Be careful if you use shea butter or cocobutter. In fact, don't use it at all.
It's almost like using wax. It can leave a residue on your hair over time.
Good luck with using Aloe as well. My hair hates additional proteins on it, which dries my hair out. However, aloe does work for some especially if you use it in conjunction with some type of oil and water.
I use a mix of sunflower oil, hemp seed oil, and castor oil. Or sometimes I just use sunflower oil alone or castor oil alone. Other oils dry my hair out and are a waste of time for me. I use it on soaking wet hair. My hair used to be soooo dry, now it isn't.