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    Default Hello

    I feel funny trying to go to threads and being told I can't reply Does anyone know a good moisturizer and vitamin for my 5 month old braidlocs?

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    Default Re: Hello

    Are you using anything to moisturize your hair now? As silly as it may sound water is a great way to add moisture. You can add whatever oils you like. As for vitamins taking multivitamins is great for your health in general (and it helps with hair).
    Last edited by Teva; 04-11-2015 at 07:10 PM. Reason: Made an error

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    Default Re: Hello

    Why do you ask on the forum and not talk to a doctor?

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    Default Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by Mia Mason View Post
    I feel funny trying to go to threads and being told I can't reply Does anyone know a good moisturizer and vitamin for my 5 month old braidlocs?
    It's just a temporary restriction. When you have 5 posts, then you can post in other areas . We do this as a spam preventative AND also so we can make sure we don't miss your first posts.

    What are you using on your scalp now? I would only be using a clear, light oil on your hair at this stage, to avoid buildup. Jamaica Black Castor oil is a good one in moderation. Personally I use mongongo oil. And keep yourself hydrated because it actually helps your follicles produce and keeps your scalp moisturized from the inside.
    "The truth is, your natural hair, in all its texture, is the hair that is ideal for YOU.."
    ~Dee~


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    Default Re: Hello

    Try Rose Water. It worked wonders on my starter locs!

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