yea just make sure its pure
you really look like a younger version of someone very special, the wife of filipe Chavez together they run kid villiage at the rainbow gatherings and have i think about 15 kids (some from 2 previous wives)
both are sundancers, if you don't know what that ios its the most hard coore native American ceremony.
i believe they spend 3 days fasting sweat lodges prayers and chants then on the day of the sundance at sunrise they peierce the chest wiuth a boars rib (pretty thick piercing) or elders and sometimes women instead piurece the back if front they are attached to a rope from a tree cerimonialy sacrificed for the ceremony, if back they are attached to a buffalo skull they drag, either way all day long they dance pulling against the pole or skull stretching the skin and staring at the sun at the end of the dayu they will dance and jump and try to rip free if they cant several people will grab on to them and pull them free ripping the flesh (both filipe and his wife have 6-8 sets of scars each about 6 inches long and 1 inch wide and deep) they don't shed a drop of blood through the whole process.. lynne his wife has also walked coast to coasts in several protests, it taking about 6 months each time to walk across the country. ..something about you just reminds me of a younger her.. (prettier though)
pure aloe only..1 ingredient..aloe and nothing else it should be food grade sold as a food supplement and refrigerated ..
otherwise buy a couple large plants and just harvest a leaf
hey that was you i talked to in chat/? great to meet ya and glad we steered you in the right direction
Hello there! I've had dreadlocks for about 2 years and I only just learnt today that the crochet hook method is a terrible way to look after dreads, ahhh I have a fair few friends with dreadlocks, and unfortunately everyone uses the crochet method, so I didn't even realise that its really bad for them! Its been bugging me for the past few months how dense and compact my dreadlocks are, some parts feel as hard as rock, its terrible. I would really love to reverse this damage, and try to get them to loosen up a little bit more and look more natural and organic I read on this website that you can use jojoba oil to loosen them up, so thats what I started to do tonight, I've just put the jojoba oil straight into my locks and massaged them in to hopefully loosen them up and moisturize them.. Is there anything else you guys recommend I do that can help my precious locks to recover? Thank you so much in advance