December 7, 2010 at 9:19 am | African-American Hair, Dry Hair | No comment
I’m and African-American female and have worn my hair in an Afro ever since 2001, when my doctor diagnosed me with scarring alopecia. My hair is very, very dry and extremely hard to comb. I have tried Pantene, Nexus and other shampoos and conditioners, but nothing, absolutely nothing has made my hair soft and manageable like it was before my diagnosis. Can you recommend which of your shampoos, conditioner and something to apply to my scalp to keep my hair from remaining dry?
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I’m so sorry to hear about your struggles. When hair is as dry as yours, you need to use a power-packed hydrator – something that will impart into your hair and strengthen it from the inside out. The best thing would be regular Rejuvenating Oil treatments, which will help to soften and repair your hair. If your hair still feels dry, rub a little oil between your palms and scrunch it into your hair when you get out of the shower. And when you order the oil, ask for some samples of our Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo and Conditioner. I think they’d be amazingly helpful, too.
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