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14 Mar 2012
Heeeeelllllpppppppppppp...........Its has been almost a year and I have bought several products for damaged hair........and nothing is working anyone got any tips on what I can use??????
Posted on 15 Mar 2012
Use a hot oil treatment once a week like v05 and a hydrating shampoo. Like herbal essances hydration.
Tips: #1: Know the Source Of Your Damaged Hair
Before you can begin the process of damaged hair care, you must first know the source. Is it chemical damage? Maybe you're taking a medicine that causes hair damage. Are you using heated instruments that are damaging your hair? (Note that there are hair repair products that actually require heat to work and heal hair damage.)
#2 Tip for Damaged Hair: Change Your Routine
Now that you've determined what's causing your damaged hair you'll have to make some changes. Limit the use of chemical treatments like perms, dyes, and relaxers to once every 8 to 10 weeks at the most. Experiment with the amount you use, too. You may not need as much of the chemical as you think to get the results you desire.
If you use heated instruments, try using them on lower settings to prevent damaged hair. Alternately seek out a thermal-activated hair repair product that uses heat to heal damaged hair.
#3: Damaged Hair Repair Product Tips
Use a scientifically formulated product that's been tested and proven to repair damaged hair such as H2 Ion. The most effective products do much more than moisturize the surface, they penetrate the core of each hair strand and replenish it from the inside out.
#4: Choose the Right Tools
Trade in your hairbrush for a wide-toothed comb to limit hair breakage. Don't ever brush wet or damp hair!
Damaged hair is all too easily damaged further by rough styling. You should avoid rubber bands, headbands and hats as well -- all are associated with increased hair damage.
#5: Tips for Moisturizing to Repair Damaged Hair
One of the main sources of hair damage is dryness. Without sufficient moisture, the hair shaft becomes brittle and easily broken or damaged. Talk to your stylist and make sure you're using a top-quality shampoo and conditioner (you may want to ask if your stylist has any other tips for damaged hair).
In addition, leaving your conditioner in your hair for an additional 2-5 minutes will help provide the moisture your hair needs to help heal damaged hair. When moisturizing, pay special attention to the tips and ends of your hair.
I really hope this helped, I did a lot of research. LOL.
Posted on 16 Mar 2012
Go buy a hair repair cream at meijers or walmart. I think ive heard they are aaround 12 bucks. But you usethe cream on wet hair for how ever long it says. If you have thickerhair id leave it onlonger. Use it like...2times aweek. ormore. And use mostierizing shampoos and conditioners. Use that forlike amonth and it'llwork. well should work:P
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