most people with dreadlocks know that they attract lint. since my dreadlocks are 25 years old and about the bottom 4 feet drag on the ground I had a whole lot of lint. years ago i left it thinking it just added color, but as the years went by it got excessive, almost embarrassing.
I used the dreadlockshampoo.com charcoal detox shampoo (not yet on the site will be very soon) which super cleans them (so clean that you can suck the rinse water out of a dread and it tastes filtered, like spring water, much better then the tap water you rinsed with should taste)
so I knew it super cleaned my dreads.. but what I didn't realize until just the other day was.. it completely erased every last bit of that unsightly lint!
I was blown away, I had thought I would have to either live with the lint, or spend hundreds of hours picking at it with tweezers.
but no..the detox shampoo removed every last little bit of it
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
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