Itchiness making me miserable! Help me pls!
updated by @nicki-herrick: 01/13/15 09:44:56PM
Peppermint oil is soo refreshing. Its like that cool feeling of menthol in your mouth, but on your head. I mix rosemary and peppermint and rinse it at the end of my shower. I dont go back under the shower, I leave it on the hair and scalp. I have just started adding apricot kernel oil too, but that is still an experiment.
To half a gallon I add about 5 drops Rosemary and 10 of peppermint, and as splash of apricot. Keep your eyes shut, peppermint is strong.
I also use bucks county dreadlockshampoo, I recommend that too.
I really hope it gets better for you
peace and blessings.
the dreadlockshampoo.cokm bart will stop the itch just great /..unless u got lice are u using hot or cold water check for lice just to be safe
getthe dreadlockshampoo teatree bar (not liquid)
if u use sea salt..stop
if u use baking soda withoit acv use aqcv
how are u washing with what and how often
a good scalp oil woild be
(in that order of strength)
warning jojobas conditio0ning so use with care on young dreads
oh aloes good too
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Tea tree can be drying...so you may want to skip it for a while. A bit off subject here but... I put a few drops of tea tree on my palm, rub my hands together, then run my hands over thelengthof my dreads. I do not do this for actual hair care. I do it because it repels (not kills) lice. I only do this if i am going near children or somewhere in public where i have to sit in a chair, like a doctors office or a movie theater. Lice are easy to catch hard to notice and a pain to get rid of. With the way you described your scalp...i would suggest checking for lice again.