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keerthy1602 asked:

21 Jun 2010

i had straigtened my hair some time ago, am am experiencing severe hair fall... can some one suggest

hairfall controll



caths says:

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

First of all try and avoid using a hair straightner or if you really need to use it use a protection serum before.

You might want to lay off the hair products and even damaging shampoo.

I no longer wash my har with shampoo as I have a lot of allergies instead I use Bicarbonate of soda (2 table spoons in 2 cups of hot water),It works just as well as shampoo without damaging your hair.You should probably modify the recepy according to your hair type.I have long (almost down to my waist) thick hair.Use less if you have shorter and thinner hair.Btw it s not suppose to lather.

Try to not wash your hair too often use dry shampoo when you can (corn flour)

Hope that helps :)


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

i have experienced that before. i know how scary it is to see clumps of hair falling off. this usually happens when you're in the shower when your hair is all wet and stretchy (which easily breaks off when pulled slightly). chemicals used for straightening is to blame, although the hair's natural strength normally comes back after several months. for the meantime avoid shampooing everyday, rather keep it to a maximum of every 2 days because treated hair is at its brittlest when wet.


gogosarahhappyheart says:

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

use some repair shampoo and conditioner. and some serum for repairing hair and if you are going to continue using heat products such as strightners, curlers or hairdryers try using some heat defence which helps protect your hair aswell x


keerthy1602 says:

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

thnx a ton caths...

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