what am i doing wrong when i wash my locs, they still feel greasy after they dry, and i don't know why please someone enlighten me.
updated by @krock: 02/14/15 10:15:37AM
What are you washing with? Greasy hair means your scalp is too acidic. If you're doing the BS/ACV wash, cut out the ACV for a while. The BS will raise your pH level and help dry out your hair. Once it stops being greasy, you can gradually add the ACV back into your routine
what are u washing with and how
how are we suposed to guess what your doing wrong when we dont know what your doing?
your rubbing your head with axle grease
your rolling in mud
your using jelly instead of water
your wearing a bathing cap to keep your hair dry
you forgot to turn on the water
ok im done guessing how bout some details what are u washing with how what are u doing
dont use that thats highly toxic and not easy to rinse at all its a residue remob=ver meant to be used a couple times a year max
try these www.dreadlockshampoo.com
it says anti residue but its not non residue at all it just strips other residues but leac=ves its own
and it stinks it smells like dirt
Ok. The neutrogena isn't good for locks. it's an anti residue shampoo. Anti residue is different from non residue. Anti ones strip oils away, but actually leave a residue of their own. That brand is actually very toxic and should not be used more than 2-4 times a year.
Rinse with cold water, not warm. cold water closes your pores and stops your scalp from producing as much oil of its own. I bet just switching to a cold rinse (as cold as you can stand) alone, will help with the problem. But also try switching shampoo. The ones from dreadlockshampoo.com really are the best. They leave no residue and work in all water types