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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/04/12 12:03:33PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but wax is a huge mistake and must be removed it never washes out..its a scam and it actualy prevents dreading but it glues hair together to look like dreads (except stiffer) it traps dirt and moisture and causes dreads to rot from the inside

dont panic though we have ways to remove wax

read the dreaducation dread wax truth and dread wax removal pages


Baba Fats
11/04/12 08:10:53AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But the wax is really preventing your locks from maturing. At 3 years they should becompletelymature. But from using wax, I'm sure they aren't. Wax seeps into the core of your locks are hardens there to give the illusion of maturity, bu if you actually spend the time to wash it out, you'll notice that they will come apart.

It is also a hydrocarbon. Which means that normal soap and water will not wash it out, ever. you need a detergent to clean it out. What have you been washing with?


darkstar
11/19/12 07:20:14PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Wax, at best, completely stops locking. Even after 2 years, when you get it out, you will see that they have not matured as far along as you might think they have. To prevent mold and rot in your hair, it's necessary to get it out. Wax removal is a very aggressive routine, and can't be done in 1 session. If you've been applying wax periodically over 2 years, it'll take a few months of scrubbing 2-3 times a week to get it all out. And wax needs a detergent to get it out.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/19/12 05:05:25PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but wax is a scam and dread killer u must remove the wax or they will rot


darkstar
11/19/12 07:20:14PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Wax, at best, completely stops locking. Even after 2 years, when you get it out, you will see that they have not matured as far along as you might think they have. To prevent mold and rot in your hair, it's necessary to get it out. Wax removal is a very aggressive routine, and can't be done in 1 session. If you've been applying wax periodically over 2 years, it'll take a few months of scrubbing 2-3 times a week to get it all out. And wax needs a detergent to get it out.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/19/12 05:05:25PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but wax is a scam and dread killer u must remove the wax or they will rot


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