Styling Dredz Wax removal help
dread wax and dread kits recovery
Ok cool. I'll fry that. What if I just leave it. Won't tha new hair lock?
My roots are hard from using stylin dreds gel wax. My dreads look gud but I now know that wax is bad and slows down dreading.
Here is a link to the wax:
Has anyone used this before and how do i get it out. I dont have money for wax-be gone or similar. I was thinking I just use baking soda / ACV rinse till its all out. I had only used the wax 2 times.
Any help is appreciated.
Thnx n much blessings!!
Amber 'Blob' Orpin said:
from what i have found is the BS wash dried my scalp alot, the ACV is used to balance out the PH in youre hair (hair is slighty acidic and BS is alkaline, AVC acid) my scalp was getting itchy and it stared to flack. useing the ACV is working a treat so far. Opoion differs some people say use it with every wash some people say every so often is fine. its about finding waht works for you
hope this helps,
safe journey till next time
Thanks for the dreaducation Baba. BTW is ACV the same as Apple Vinegar. I live in europe at the moment and haven't found ACV, only AV.
Baba Fats said:
ACV acts like a conditioner without leaving residue in your hair.
So, yes, it's needed after every wash. You don't need much for baby locks. In a gallon of water, you only need a cap full of it. You can add oils to this rinse too.
The only time you;d not use the ACV is if your hair gets oily fast. Then you'd not use it for a week or two, until your scalp stops getting oily. But then you're reintroduce it slowly
Hi Dreadheadz. I have just stared the journey of growing locks. I hv started about a week ago washin my hair with BS w. Tea Tree and Romsemary oil every other day. Days between i usually rinse with water. My hair is very shorts 2+ inch and african texture, I have not yet used ACV rinse since my scalp gets dry very fast and i get the itchies. Do I need the ACV rinse or can i just continue with BS n oils?