Relaxers & Healthier Alternatives Relaxers should be stretched out for as long as possible. When you stretch out your relaxers it gives your hair enough down time to recover from losing elasticity, strength, and pH balance. Another advant
age of stretching out your relaxer will be the visual aspect. When you stretch out your relaxer you will be able to clearly see your “line of demarcation” that is where your natural roots stops and relaxed hair begins. Being able to see your roots will allow you to have enough room to apply the relaxer onto your natural hair without possibly over processing your hair by overlapping the relaxer onto your previously processed hair. Typically women touch up their roots every 6-8 weeks however, its better to retouch your hair every 12- 16 weeks to avoid damage or breakage.Healthier Alternatives: Caramel Treatment- The caramel treatment can help loosening tight coils, as well as reduce shrinkage, due to the added weight of the product as well as the increased moisture levels in the hair. When these ingredients are combined they can soften and hydrate dry brittle rough hair.Coconut Cream Natural Relaxer is a hair treatment that helps to detangle your hair while making it softer and easier to manage. It also helps to treat damaged and brittle hair. This homemade hair treatment contains a balance of proteins and natural moisturizers that help to strengthen the hair from root to tip.Henna Treatments- Henna helps to condition, soften, and loosening tight curls making them easier to manage and style. Keratin Treatments- Keratin is a protein found naturally in your hair. It can fill in gaps in the hair cuticle that are cracked, dry, or damaged. Keratin treatments protect and smooth hair shafts by coating the hair follicle. Keratin treatments will minimize frizz while enhancing the appearance of the natural wave/curl. If you have straight, frizzy hair, this treatment will eliminate frizz and promote radiant shine. Keratin treatment is perfect for someone who is trying to move away from having relaxers and transition into natural hair.

Relaxers & Healthier Alternatives 

Relaxers should be stretched out for as long as possible. When you stretch out your relaxers it gives your hair enough down time to recover from losing elasticity, strength, and pH balance. Another advant

age of stretching out your relaxer will be the visual aspect. When you stretch out your relaxer you will be able to clearly see your “line of demarcation” that is where your natural roots stops and relaxed hair begins. 

Being able to see your roots will allow you to have enough room to apply the relaxer onto your natural hair without possibly over processing your hair by overlapping the relaxer onto your previously processed hair. Typically women touch up their roots every 6-8 weeks however, its better to retouch your hair every 12- 16 weeks to avoid damage or breakage.

Healthier Alternatives: 

Caramel Treatment- The caramel treatment can help loosening tight coils, as well as reduce shrinkage, due to the added weight of the product as well as the increased moisture levels in the hair. When these ingredients are combined they can soften and hydrate dry brittle rough hair.

Coconut Cream Natural Relaxer is a hair treatment that helps to detangle your hair while making it softer and easier to manage. It also helps to treat damaged and brittle hair. This homemade hair treatment contains a balance of proteins and natural moisturizers that help to strengthen the hair from root to tip.

Henna Treatments- Henna helps to condition, soften, and loosening tight curls making them easier to manage and style. 

Keratin Treatments- Keratin is a protein found naturally in your hair. It can fill in gaps in the hair cuticle that are cracked, dry, or damaged. Keratin treatments protect and smooth hair shafts by coating the hair follicle. Keratin treatments will minimize frizz while enhancing the appearance of the natural wave/curl. If you have straight, frizzy hair, this treatment will eliminate frizz and promote radiant shine. Keratin treatment is perfect for someone who is trying to move away from having relaxers and transition into natural hair.
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