Tuesday, October 6, 2009

What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

My hair is curly and I`ve been told it needs lots of moisture...can anyone recommend anything?



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

go to sepora.com



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What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

Pantene



or Garnier



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

I would really recommend Apivita's hair masks or frederick fekkai's hair treatment. Both of them work really well. You can check the source for the information and my detailed reviews.



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

there are two solutions:



1. you can get it professionally done at the salon. just ask for the deep conditioning treatment and they'll know what you're talking about. this can be a bit pricey though. if you're looking for something a bit cheaper ...



2. you can buy it at the store for a cheaper price. go to the aisle for hairproducts and look around and see if they have any hair masques or deep conditioning treatments available. i personally use garnier fructise hair masque. it really does make your hair super soft, bouncy and super shiny.



if you need any questions, you can ask ! hoped i helped(:



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

DO NOT USE PANTENE IT'S TERRIBLE FOR YOU HAIR. Ion is the best and you can get it at a sally's beauty store.



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

Pantene is great. Try Pantene Pro v Daily Moisture Renewal. I use it once a week and it leaves my hair really soft and shiny. Andrew Collinge is another great brand.



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

They are several things that you can do to make your curly hair more smooth, straight, and manageable without using chemicals or heat. Moisture is extremely critical to make your hair soft and manageable. However, you need to infuse your hair with long-lasting moisture that won閳ユ獩 weigh your hair down.



Tip #1: Do conditioning pre-wash treatments to your hair before shampooing it. Simply whip up 2 tablespoons of Mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, and a 1 egg. Let it remain on your hair for at least an hour. The lemon juice will act as a straightener. The mayonnaise and egg will strengthen and moisturize your hair. Do this 2-3 times a week.



Tip # 2: Buy a high quality, all natural hydrating and straightening hair care product for your hair. I have tried several hair care products, including Carol's Daughter, Giovanni, RedKen, Burt Bees, Ojon, KeraCare, and Motions. However, I recommend using GodHead Silky Smooth Hydrating Shampoo %26amp; Conditioner. It will hydrate and smooth your hair while infusing your scalp with essential oils made to grow and treat dry, coarse, and damaged hair. The product also contains moisturizing Aloe Vera, Coconut Oil, Vitamin E, and Jojoba, which will heal and moisturize your strands and make your hair more bouncy, shiny, smooth, and healthy. The product will also soften and detangle your hair better than most, if not all, products on the hair care market. As a result, your hair will be more manageable and more straight. And, the more you use it, the straighter it will become. Go to www.discoverb4a.com to find the products.



If you don't want to waste any more money, I would buy this product. But, if you go with another brand of products, make you stray away from traditional, unnatural hair care products available for purchase in most drugstores or beauty supply stores. They contain synthetic emulsifiers and harsh detergents, such as Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Phosphates, Dimethicone, and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. Unfortunately, these products are loaded with toxins and chemicals and will strip your hair of moisture and nutrients it needs to be soft, smooth, healthy, and hydrated.



What`s the best deep conditioning treatment for my hair?

"Unfortunately, these products are loaded with toxins and chemicals and will strip your hair of moisture and nutrients it needs to be soft, smooth, healthy, and hydrated"



just a follow up to that statement, it's not true! Sulfates are used to clean the hair, and mostly only people who constantly wash or have curly hair might notice the difference. most people don't notice them, and the cancer myth of 1998 concerning them was a hoax, so don't believe that stuff. dimethicone, along with other silicones, don't damage hair either, infact if you don't use them while heat styling hair, you could be very badly damaged. i know all natural stuff is good, but sometimes powerful ingredients aren't always found in nature, so they have to be made, and just because something is synthetic, doesn't mean it's the devil either.

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