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Location: Liverpool UK
thanks! i'm gonna be moving to these apartments called wimbledon chase about a mile from the target and all that stuff
you live in wilmington right? i'm moving there soon and idk where to buy tams/dr. bronners there
Im on now
Dear Grace, you fail at being on in the chat when I pop in now. Miss our chats
Hey there, i saw your message about mold/mildew. My partner (Amy Lou on here) and I are actually working on a dread rot/mold solution - we're also the ones who are working on the de-waxing soap - and we're actually looking for people to test it on. Email us at mailto:Knotty.and.Nice.DP@gmail.com and we can hook ya up - we really don't want you to lose those GORGEOUS locks!!!
Thank you so much for joining my group!!!
gosh, sorry it took so long to reply but no i dont know those brothers and sisters, it must be another shawn.anyways hows life going?shalom!namaste
I donno. I've heard more who swear by it than anything. I suppose it really depends. Some peoples hair seems to slow with the most minor of tampering, some can do whatever the hell they please and it's just fine lol. Also, some people smother their hair with products and it kinda stunts the hairs knotting growth.Is your hair dry?And thank you.
Hey siSTAR,I don't know about helping it dread, but I'd say it helps moisturize my hair without loosening it too much.My hair is typically very frizzy and dry. I used to use oils, but seeing as I have my baby dreads, I don't want anything loosiening my hair too much. Aloe is great for that I think. It keeps my hair shiny and soft, without separating the knots.
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