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kris
@kris
09/04/11 04:41:21PM
39 posts

Help on washing.


Dread Maintenance

Yes...squeaky clean and no itching :)

kris
@kris
09/04/11 04:19:00PM
39 posts

Help on washing.


Dread Maintenance

I'm not sure about in the UK but here in the US I can get it at most chain stores - Walmart, Target, or at my local grocery store.

kris
@kris
09/04/11 04:16:30PM
39 posts

Help on washing.


Dread Maintenance

Yes, the pomegranate one. I was using Maylees for quite a while but I starting noticing little chunks of soap here and there and some little flakes of soap that were sticking to my dreads no matter how much I rinsed. I used the Neutrogena anti residue after that but since it has sulfates in it I wanted to try something else so I bought the Burts Bees. It takes a minute to get it to lather up good but it cleans really well. With just 4 washes with it I'm already seeing more knotting.

kris
@kris
09/04/11 04:06:15PM
39 posts

*UPDATE 9/3/11* my natural dreadlocks timeline :)


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You look beautiful and your dreads look great!

kris
@kris
09/04/11 04:01:32PM
39 posts

Help on washing.


Dread Maintenance

I've been using Burts Bees shampoo and it works great. Smells awesome and leaves no residue. Seems to be helping the loose hairs knot up too

kris
@kris
07/27/11 01:41:51PM
39 posts

Asking for some positive vibes.


Introduce Yourself

So sorry to hear about your brother. Sending positive vibes your way <3

kris
@kris
06/27/11 06:38:32PM
39 posts

my new tam


Dread Accessories

I'm so glad you like it :D hope it fits ok

thanks for all of your help with my shop!

kris
@kris
05/22/11 12:37:04PM
39 posts

My TnR timeline - update at 25 months


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For the most part they are pretty flexible but there are a few small areas on couple of them that are harder than the others.

It is warmer here summers on average are in the 80's and winters average in the 30's (F). During the winter sometimes I would use a blow dryer just to help dry them a little. After I wash them I usually keep them wrapped in a thick towel for about 5 minutes or so to help soak up some of the water.

kris
@kris
05/22/11 11:27:55AM
39 posts

My TnR timeline - update at 25 months


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It wasn't lint. Maybe skin from my scalp. Some of them are rounded and but many of them still have the big flat ends. The ones that are more round are also more compact. I usually wash every 2 to 3 days and I always try to wash in the morning or least early afternoon since it seems like it takes all day for them to dry.
kris
@kris
05/22/11 10:51:43AM
39 posts

My TnR timeline - update at 25 months


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I didn't see anything that looked like mold and there was no smell. The hair looked normal but there was some white stuff in there - very fine specks. Not sure if it was residue. They only things I've used since I've started are the bs/acv with tea tree, rosemary and lavender oils and maylee's bar. For the last 7 months I've mostly been using the maylee's bar though.
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