January 01, 2016 6 Comments
4 Tips to Combat Winter Dryness
We all have to battle the cool air, the whipping wind, and some of us, the frigid temperatures during winter. And yes, though we may have a hat to keep us warm, there is still a little more we can do for our locs.
To summarize, less is more on the styling tip, with a little extra TLC during the winter months. One last tip, drink extra water as our bodies need the hydration. Intaking more water feeds our locs from the inside out!
January 23, 2016
Hi Aisha, I would recommend asking your loctician whether you should wear a stock cap or not, but what I can tell you (I am in the medical field as well), that you can benefit from essential oils sprays which can aide in combatting the eczema such as Lavender (Bliss, Serenity), Tea Tree (all sprays), Frankincense(Sanctuary), Geranium(Bloom) and Cedarwood (Peace, Pursuit). I’ve listed a few of mine which carry those particular Essential Oils in them. Coconut oil and avocado oil as well as Vitamin E are also a benefit. When washing, you should massage gently with warm water, and not hot water. Try to clean your scalp without stripping the natural oils from it. I hope this helps! Your best bet is to ask a dermatologist.
January 22, 2016
Any suggestions for eczema of the scalp? Should you wash with a stock cap or not? I’m a newbie when it comes to locs.
January 18, 2016
January 02, 2016
Your welcome! Thanks!
January 01, 2016
Wonderful tips!!! Thanks for sharing!!
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December 17, 2017
Great info. Thank you for sharing! I’ll start implementing these, beginning tonight.