these are even more natural then bronners www.dreadlockshampoo.com
no loss tho bronners has hundreds of uses
to keep em from joining pull themk apart take 2 connected dreads and pull away from eachother (while wets best) breaking or disconnecting the connected hairs
greetings Moon Raven, welcome to the community and to the beginning of your wonderful journey. Mny changes will happen over the next few months, embrace them, they are wild and fun. Here is the map to see your water type. As mentioned, dread shampoos and bars work great in soft water, but with hard water, those same ones do not rinse out properly and slowly leave behind a residue build up. We can helpyou find a fantastic natural one if needed.....peace
if u got rubber bands in take em out!
check google for hard water map if u have hard water dont use bronners! if you have soft water make sure u dilute it 12-1
12 times more water then soap
Welcome to the community my fellow Canuck, I can wave to you across the Lake! Start off by reading the dreaducation section at the top of the site for great info on methods etc. Do you know how you were planning to start?
Don' brush or finger brush your hair anymore. In a couple of weeks it will separate into sections. If you decide to use a started method, like twist & rip, then use those formed sections to do them. I have some great tips here: (Dead URL) http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/just-starting-out-what-to-expect/a>
Wash 2-3 times a week with a dread friendly shampoo. You have hard water in T.O. so you have a limited choice for dread products, as many don't work properly in hard water. You can use this method: http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/ratios-baking-soda-wash-apple-cider-vinegar-rinse-sea-salt-mix
or you can use products from www.dreadlockshampoo.com which work fantastic in hard water, all types in fact. If you have any questions, feel free to ask us.....peace