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    Posted: Dec 06 2013 at 12:09am
I had taken a break from weaves and just got a fresh install two days ago. Now I remember why I took a break! My scalp is itching me and I'm about to lose my mind. Last time this happened I just took out the install. I dont want to do this again because I pay for my installs and I have a very important interview coming up. For the love of God does anyone have an suggestions how to make the itching stop! I have tried scalpin ( spelling) but that does  nothing. Its especially worst under my closure. If anyone knows of any magic potion to reduce the itchy I would greatly appreciate it! 
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Try apple cider vinegar. Let it sit on your scalp as long as possible and then rinse it out. HTH
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Get a noozle bottle (has a very narrow spout)from your Beauty Supply...use some coconut oil mix with some castor oil and put it on your scalp(moisturizer). That's what works for me.
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Olive oil and leave in conditioner in a nozzle bottle.

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Originally posted by Gods Child Gods Child wrote:

Try apple cider vinegar. Let it sit on your scalp as long as possible and then rinse it out. HTH


This will work and rinse it out with cold water
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Girl, tea Trea oil!! I have the same problem. But once that blessed stuff hits my scalp Godddd it's amazing. Nice little to it, it's knows for relieving itchies and killing fungus on the scalp or else where
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I get severe itchies too plus I have really bad dry scalp, and to stop my itchies I put (dont laugh ya'll)
tea tree oil,oil of oregano,listerine and alcohol,whitch hazel, a bit of anti itch shampoo,hennessey, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar,and a mix of whatever oils I have around like cinnamon,avocado,rosemary lavender,macadamia into a squirt nozzle bottle and I let it sit for 30 minutes. this helps alot for me anyway
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Good luck. I know that feeling. I've had my installer braid too tight and a day later, it felt like ants were stinging me . Tea tree oil and witch hazel alleviate the itching but the only thing that got me thru it without taking it down was knowing that in about 3 days, it would stop.
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I'm going to vote for tea tree oil in a nozzle bottle. I usually mix with other oils though...such as avocado. :)
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I just got a fresh install and had this issue. I used the tea tree oil and that worked.
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