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Dreadlocks shampoo

Started this discussion. Last reply by CoriElaine Sep 9, 2013. 2 Replies

What would be the best shampoo bar to get for my dry scalp? Which kind moisturizers best?

scalp moisturizer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vates Sep 1, 2013. 5 Replies

Does anyone know any good scalp moisturizers that wont hinder the dread process? My scalp has always been dry. I have been washing once every 3 days with the shampoo bars and it got a little better,…Continue

Dry Shampoo

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Im interested in getting dry shampoo because i dont want to wash more often, yet i sweat alot and my hair gets greasy. Has anyone had any luck with dry shampoo? And will it hurt the dreading process?Continue

baking soda question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Laura Earle Mar 25, 2013. 5 Replies

I was wondering if it would be OK to use a baking soda spray instead of a sea salt spray. I like how baking soda leaves my hair dry, but somewhat fluffy. where as sea salt leaves my hair dry and…Continue

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CoriElaine replied to k money's discussion Dreadlocks shampoo
"I would say tea tree soap from dreadlocksshampoo.com :)"
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to k money's discussion Dreadlocks shampoo
"all aere awewsome tho  teatree rosemary for dandruff or patchouli but really any of them willhelp maybe trey a few see whichiu like best"
Sep 8, 2013
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Dreadlocks shampoo

What would be the best shampoo bar to get for my dry scalp? Which kind moisturizers best?
Sep 8, 2013
Vates replied to k money's discussion scalp moisturizer
"depending on the maturity of your dreads Dr. bronners makes a leave in conditioner that works great. Also coconut oil is pretty amazing for the same uses you just rub it in with your fingertips. If your locks are younger aloe is a very good…"
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Rafael Rodriguez replied to k money's discussion scalp moisturizer
"Wash your hair with that soap every other day, I like to experiment with my hair, I have been washing daily. So far no negative signs, hair seems fuller, always feel and looks with enough moisture. They tend to congo now so I have to separate more…"
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to k money's discussion scalp moisturizer
"if they are young i wouldn't try rosemary maybe"
Aug 31, 2013
k money replied to k money's discussion scalp moisturizer
"Nope im Caucasian, would those two still work fine "
Aug 31, 2013

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to k money's discussion scalp moisturizer
"aloe or jojoba your african american if i remember corectly  so its safe to use  just use barw min u need if aloe make sure theres nothing added ..just pure aloe even if it says 99-100% pure read the ingredients..if it lists anything but…"
Aug 31, 2013
k money posted a discussion

scalp moisturizer

Does anyone know any good scalp moisturizers that wont hinder the dread process? My scalp has always been dry. I have been washing once every 3 days with the shampoo bars and it got a little better, but is still dry. See More
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to k money's discussion Dry Shampoo
"i wou,d not use it just wash more"
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the Barrellady replied to k money's discussion Dry Shampoo
"Good idea but not good for dreads. A dry shampoo is meant to be sprayed on, and then brushed out. The dry particles absorb the oils and dirt, and then those get  brushed or shaken out. With dreadlocks or sections, those particles would get…"
Jul 17, 2013
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Dry Shampoo

Im interested in getting dry shampoo because i dont want to wash more often, yet i sweat alot and my hair gets greasy. Has anyone had any luck with dry shampoo? And will it hurt the dreading process?See More
Jul 17, 2013
k money replied to Robyn's discussion Lockin up Pink Himalayan Sea Salt Spray Review
"YES! i just ordered this 2 days ago, cant wait to get it now.. Do you think it is safe to leave in your hair in between washes? because of all the good minerals and such in it, as long as i dont overdo it"
Apr 2, 2013
Laura Earle replied to k money's discussion baking soda question
"Hmm.  I feel like that would make your scalp hellllla itchy.  But hey, let us know how it goes!"
Mar 25, 2013

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the Barrellady replied to k money's discussion baking soda question
"Did you get all the wax out of your sections? If so, share with others how you did it so you can help them out. You really don't want your hair dry, it should still feel soft yet textured.  Too dry hair takes longer to dread.  Try and…"
Mar 25, 2013

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Baba Fats replied to k money's discussion baking soda question
"NaHCO3, by some definitions, is a salt.  But it won't work the same as your common table salt, or Pink Himalayan salt.  Table salt, NaCl, ionizes completely.  The Baking soda makes the water basic.  It…"
Mar 25, 2013

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At 8:59am on September 29, 2012,
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Baba Fats
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Wax prevents locks from forming.  It makes you look like you have locks, but in reality it's just hair that has been glued together.  With wax in there, you will never actually grow locks.  10 years down the line, if they even make it that far without rotting inside,you'll still be able to pull them apart and just palm roll them back together.  I hate to say it, but at 6 weeks, you might want to just comb them out and start over.  The aggressive washing that you'd need to do to get the wax out might undo any knots from the back combing anyway. 

Never listen to what DHHQ or KB have to say.  The are only in it for the money and don't know how to grow healthy locks

At 12:14pm on April 14, 2012,
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
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welcome  but you do not want wax in dreads! 2nd the dreadheadhq accelerator u paid 10 dollars for is just 2 cents worth of sea salt  that sites a scam and ripooff

and everything they say is 100% wrong and destructive

comb them out remove the wax and then just stiop combing and it will dread..its that simple

 
 
 

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