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Valystra Jae


Location: Brisbane
Country: AU

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the Barrellady
03/01/13 02:21:40AM @the-barrellady:

I forgot to mention, make sure they are 100% essential oils

the Barrellady
03/01/13 01:23:24AM @the-barrellady:

Hi there. You can find essential oils at health food stores. Here in Canada they are also sold at bulk food stores, which is also a fantastic place to stock up on Baking Soda. Peace

02/28/13 07:19:39PM @mons:
Have you tried doing an apple cider vinegar rinse after the baking soda? It resets the pH of your scalp, which is extra dry from the bs. You can get it at any grocery store. Start with 1 capful in 4 cups of water (about a litre), use 2 containers of you can, pour over your head several times to cover all of your scalp. Rinse right away with cold water. You may have to order some oils online, when searching ad in your location in the search bar, that way you may find something close to you. If not, at least have it shipped from within Australia so it's not so expensive. Tea tree and rosemary are fantastic and helping with flakes and itchies!! Good luck!

02/28/13 11:24:25AM @mons:
I noticed your comment about itchy dry scalp. How do you wash? Do you use any essential oils?

ღHippie Loveღ
01/11/13 01:58:50PM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/11/13 11:37:00AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome just assumming thats not yoiur natur5al color u should know baking soda fades color treatted hair

it will remove some color every wash

01/11/13 08:03:25AM @kelly3:

Welcome! Good choice on going natural. Just remember to wash regularly and separate when the sections become too large (over 1 square inch at the scalp).

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/24/13 12:29:33PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but u shouldnt twist at all ever twisting cayuses traction alopeciua and balding ever wonder why ppl that twist have so much scalp showing? they are going bald from twisting

01/24/13 09:05:16AM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love

01/24/13 08:44:25AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Washing every 2 weeks is better than some people, who think you should only wash once a month. But it's still not enough. Baby locks need to be washed a few times a week. That keeps them extra clean, which is great for the process. I'd recommend washing 2-3 times a week for a while. Then you can go down to once a week. But never less than that if you can help it.

Also, retwisting is terrible for locks. It puts too much torque on your locks and scalp. If done over and over, you can actually weaken your roots enough that locks can be twisted right off.

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