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Tension bumps and tea tree oil

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Published on May 29, 2011

Im the beginning of the video my mom walked by and wanted to know why I was talking to myself... haha all for you youtube.

you can also get cooling sprays and stuff that also helps.

Comments • 6

Just Jessy
:] it will help. and you can use spray rubbing alcohol as well 
Just Jessy
it might be, the reason you shouldn't scratch isn't just because you can get sores, the dandruff that accumulates can cause your natural real hair to start to dread on its own, and scratching makes this process faster. and its just easier to rinse the scalp once a week with a mild shampoo. but if you can handle the itch you shouldn't have a problem, try it out and let me know if it works or not :] 
Megzilla2008
I have been considering getting dreads, BUT i have psoriasis... and you have said not to scratch your scalp cuz it will mess you up... i have a special shampoo for it, and i manage it pretty well, sooooo i guess my question is, do you think that will be a big enough problem that i should not do it?
Just Jessy
@ANAONTHEDANCEFLOOR no. when they are installed in your hair you have to use shampoo that is specificity for your scalp 
Just Jessy
@happyraincloud9 I have that spray too!!! i completely forgot to mention it in the video tho haha 
happyraincloud9
anyone who's lazy like me: Lush sell a spray called 'tea tree water' in a handy spritzer bottle, which I just buy and use on dreads, bug bites, spots, works for pretty much most everything! It's not particulalrly expensive but I don't know how the price varies country to country. 
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