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Taking care of your oily hair Taking care of your oily hair
Every morning, after a good hair wash, your hair looks very nice and clean; but as evening sets in, it starts looking greasy, lame, and lank. This is because you are suffering from a common hair problem that many people suffer from, the ‘oily hair’ problem. Most people think that oily hair is the result of an oily scalp, but that is not true. In fact, a dry scalp causes the sebaceous glands to produce more oil, which later gets transferred to the hair strands. Straight hair moves the oil quickly away from the scalp, whereas kinked hair moves the sebum very slowly away from the scalp.
Date: 5/21/2013       (VisitCount : 4551)

  From Relaxer to Natural- Transitioning  Tips From Relaxer to Natural- Transitioning Tips
Remember to keep your hair well moisturized with the Hydratherma Naturals Daily Moisturizing Growth Lotion as you transition. During the time of transition, your hair will tend to break where your natural hair ends and your relaxed hair begins. This is because your natural hair is more resilient. To curtail breakage, moisture is the key. As I transitioned from relaxed to natural, I sprayed my scalp and new growth with Hydratherma Naturals Follicle Invigorator. I then followed with the growth lotion and growth oil to seal in the moisture. I applied these products to new growth and hair ends. I experienced very little breakage as I transitioned because I made sure that my hair was moisturized.
Date: 5/21/2013       (VisitCount : 3906)

How can you retain length so that you will be longer in 6 months from now? How can you retain length so that you will be longer in 6 months from now?
Admit to yourself that there is a problem with your existing hair care regime and modify it. I know that we have been told for many years that ‘black hair will not grow’ however, we must change our way of thinking.
Date: 5/21/2013       (VisitCount : 1532)