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Dreadlocks, Thinning nape

I have had dreadlocks for 3 months, the back of my hair for some reason has always been very thin and/or delicate -- when I became natural for 3 yrs the roots in the back of my hair strengthened. However, the back of my hair is thinning again and the roots appear to be weak.

I decided to begin semi-forming my locs, massage my scalp nightly with vitamin e oil and wrap my hair with a silk scarf proir to bedtime.

I want to keep my locs -- but I am afraid the back of my hair will be a problem in the future.

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by: Cynthia

Not sure what you are doing wrong, but one thing I noticed with my friends with dress Is they are always twisting and pulling their locks, "Leave them alone" they are suppose to be dreadful " hence the name Dreads". Also don't know your age but as we get older our hair thins this doesn't mean you are old but it may explain a few things. You might want to try Biotin a supplements, it promotes healthy hair, skin and nails. This may help you. Also, what are you using to lock? You won't have any hair if you are using alcohol based product to twist down. Try a natural rinse after washing and conditioning your hair. 2cups water, essential oil 5 drops each of lavender, rosemary, sage, with 2 tblspn of apple cider vinegar. This will clean your scalp and add shine. To oil you hair use Jojoba oil. Hit me up in two monthths and let me know how's it going.

Dreadlock and thinnig hair help
by: Kyley

Hi there,

I really don't know anything about dreadlocks, so I I'm sorry to say I can't help you with that part.

It seems to me that adding a drop of tea tree and a drop of rosemary or peppermint to your Vitamin E night-time massage can only help. It certainly won't hurt!

I did a quick google search to loof for sites about dreads, but nothing really great came back, so I'm afraid the tea tree idea is the best I can do.

Good luck with oyur hair!

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