A dread heads best defense against dry flakes

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Hey Afro Frenzy’s! Wishing you good vibes and long walks down the hair aisle. With the seasons changing your hair routine is bound to change as well. One of the major issues in the colder months is defending your hair against dry scalp and dandruff.

Winter itch is real and so are dry flakes. As you all may know I care for my mans locks. Dread locks are beautiful! But I tell you what’s not! Big old flakes of dry skin tangled in a lock or two. The thing with locks is that they are not loose hair. Your probably thinking omg duh of course they are not. But I really want you to understand they are not loose hair.

With loose hair you can comb through your hair and  easily pick out the flakes that are cramping your style. This is not the case when it comes to dread locks. Dread locks require a little more finesse. What finesse pray tell you may be asking well something that you all have heard me rave about before. Apple Cider Vinegar.

Apple Cider vinegar breaks down the dry skin and literally eats away at the problem. Not only does it  break down the flakes that you have but it also regulates your scalps ph and allows you to finally stop scratching that pretty little head of yours.

When I notice that my mans scalp is starting to acting up I just simply do an apple cider vinegar rinse after or in place of shampooing. Apple Cider Vinegar is really a life saver when it comes to battling against dry flakes in locks. If you are looking to cut back on residue or dandruff apple cider vinegar is your friend. I hope that this post has helped you in your quest for healthy locks.  Remember, be happy, be curly, be you, and you will never fail!

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