Question about washing method
Okay, so there are no actually natural , dread specific or not shampoos in my area! I can't afford to buy one from dreadlockshampoo.com... so I'm using sodium bicarbonate and vinegar rinses, and yes I know it's not the best long-term but it's all I have...
Ok, so I wash whenever I need too, and that for me is weekly, sometimes 2 weeks
And it does it's job right, it makes the hair look clean again, makes the process go faster, etc etc
But It doesn't get dandruff out much, if there's a light I can easily see a lot of it on the roots and it doesn't go much up... it generally stays down there, also on the borders of where the hair meets the diffrent points of the face, if that makes sense, there is some more dandruff (in liquid/sticky form) that was supposed to have went down with the baking soda... but well, didn't! and then I have to clean it with a towel but even so it's hard to get all out cuz it gets trapped in the roots of said places.
So.... what am I doing wrong?
I get in the shower, rinse water and scrub
then I have a cup with said baking soda in the bottom of it , and fill it with the warm water of the shower, it dilutes well in the water, I then spill said cup onto the top of my head, the sides and the back and do another scrub, then I rinse it all out, grab my dilluted vinegar bottle, again, top, sides, back, scrub, rinse
and that's it
Other then this "problem" (i wouldn't call it a problem) , evrything is going fine :]