Hey lovely! Thanks for reading my post ^_^ Your dreadies will be fine! It takes a long time for the scalp to heal, and the hairs to return to normal. Just give it time and patients and forget that they are there hehe. Best of luck, and River is beautiful!!!!
I'm sorry don't click on the dreaducation link...hover. or just go to the dread methods drop down menu and click dreadmaintenance...
I don't know if anyone ever answered you question about washing...here's what I do, I take an old shampoo bottle (cleaned thoroughly) and fill it 1/4 of the way with baking soda (akabicarbonate) then I add 10-20 drops of tea tree oil and 20-30 drops of rosemary oil (both essential oil) and then I fill the bottle with warm water and shake. It will bubble slightly, make sure to release the pressure! Wet my hair with hot water (because it feels good after 3-4 days without washing) and pour over my head. Let it soak for 10-30 minutes. Then I follow with an apple cider vinegar rinse (I use the same bottle rinse thoroughly and fill 1/2 acv and 1/2 water) I only let it set for 10-30 seconds then rinse with COLD water. The BS and ACV work together to regulate the ph of your scalp which is what helps with flakes and itch. I got all of this directly from SE. If you click on the dreaducation link, then the dread maintenance, then washing dreads, there is an entire post with the recipe and others Hope I helped... good luck everyone deserves a happy scalp!!!
Thanks for the add! <3 I saw your name and knew we had to be "dreadfriends". :D
thanks for the request!! Good luck on your journey
in that case maybe not u might have gotten luckyu at least you havent gone back and had them tightened again they should progress fine from here
welcome you should b3e aware crochets an extremely bad methiod i hope u threw away the hook