What up sistah? I am alsofrom NC! I just noticed ur frm Ashville which is my favorite town here. I live in the coastal plains but have mucho admiration for yur habitat<3 I love ur dreadies!!
Wow! How amazing!. What do you do there?
Welcome and Happy Dreading.
Always, Hippie Love
hey heather welcome to dreadlockssite! hope ur journey is everything u imagined and more.!! and im sure it will. be patient and embrace the changes:) no wax or crochet hooks k! vow to it as many have better for your hair in long run i assure u:)
Only being one month in your journey, I would not be using oils on the scalp as any knots trying to form will slip out. I have never used the one you mentioned, so I can't say what it is like. There are recipies on this site that can help you out: Make the baking soda bit stronger add rosemary oil maybe peppermint too, use about 3x as much rosemary than the peppermint. After you are done washing your hair, do a cold rinse to the head, use as cold water as you can take.
I notice that you are using the bs/ACV wash. Are you rinsing out the baking soda well before you use the ACV? Baking soda on for 20 minutes, rinse well, then ACV for 1 minute & rinse well. 1/2 cup baking soda with 5 cups water will help keep the dandruff away, and only 1 capful to 5cups water for the ACV. Hope this helps you Good luck
Welcome and Happy Dreading. Always, Hippie Love
Welcome to the community. You may find these links useful.http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/some-links-for-those-new-to-the-forum
Never palm roll. Just let them do what they want. You need to get that wax out too. There is info on how to do it in the link. If you used rubber bands, take them out immediately. Finally, don't use DDHQ shampoo. It has toxicingredients.