Considering about not getting my hair permed any more. More than the years its brought on my hair to thin and lose. Does?

Query by blue: Contemplating about not getting my hair permed anymore. More than the several years its triggered my hair to slim and shed. Does?
any person know of any excellent items out there that work. Like shampoos, deep conditioners ect.I am african american but my hair is quite soft and slender when its permed. i want a much more fuller thicker seem. What do you recommend?

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Answer by Peyton
If you want thicker hair consider mane and tail shampoo and conditioner. Not only does it make your hair thicker but will help with hair growth.

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2 thoughts on “Considering about not getting my hair permed any more. More than the years its brought on my hair to thin and lose. Does?

  1. Hair-straightening products are allowed to contain small concentrations of formaldehyde (0.2 percent). But several hair-straightening solutions have been found to contain well above the allowable limit. For example, one popular hair-straightening product that advertised itself as “formaldehyde-free” actually contained 6.8 percent to 11.8 percent formaldehyde.
    Another example: Fourteen women, including two from North Texas and one from Houston, are suing Unilever, the maker of a product they claim caused permanent damage to their hair.
    “It transforms frizzy, unmanageable hair into hair that’s sleeker and easier to style,” said the commercial for the Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion 30-Day Smoothing Kit, which is no longer being sold
    When she began looking online for more information about the product, she said she found some people who said it worked, but more who said it damaged their hair.
    She discovered a Facebook page devoted to angry consumers, and there are multiple postings on YouTube. I’ve been warning people about relaxers since 2009 and people are giving me thumbs down!
    BTW: A variety of hair-straightening products used in professional salons can expose both hairdressers and their customers to formaldehyde. The results show that three professional hair-smoothing treatments labeled “formaldehyde free” can produce the cancer-causing chemical at concentrations above the occupational exposure limits set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. They tested four products: Coppola Keratin Complex Blonde Formula, Global Keratin Juvexin Optimized Functional Keratin, La Brasiliana Escluso Keratin Treatment with Collagen, and Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution. While ChemRisk tested four popular brands of hair straighteners, THERE ARE HUNDREDS on the market. Nov. 11-11

    By contrast, beauty salon owners and stylists generally lack a scientific background and don’t have a keen awareness of the danger of working with products that contain formaldehyde, experts say.

    Watch: Good Hair a documentary by Chris Rock 2009 on BET or HBO. According to Tyra Banks, 80% of the black population are part of the billion dollar hair industry. Clips on youtube videos, also.

    Chemicals can enter the body through the skin.

    Your hair is the most fragile of all hair types. They snap & break easily. So you need more TLCs than thin hair. No chemicals. No relaxers specially! No heating styling tools. Finger comb is best or use a wide tooth comb. Do what Oprah & Michelle Obama have been, going natural, using plastic curlers to set their hair. Use oil or conditioner to keep them moisturized. Heat & chemicals are your hair’s worst enemies.

    The hair of many black women is very fragile and studies have demonstrated that normal brushing and combing the hair can result in breakage. Brushing your hair 100-times a day is a no-no for your hair. Only comb and brush your hair to style it. Also avoid rubber bands or other implements that can physically cut into and break the hair shaft.

    Google: Hair Styling and Hair Care NOT THE SAME. 4-8-13.
    She talks exactly like I preach! She’s got good natural hair savvy!

    Hair products are NOT made of glue to fix, prevent, reverse hair from getting damaged, or hair loss, or make them grow . . . . they are a trillion dollar business. They also do NOT give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss caused by heat & chemicals – hair’s worst enemies.

    Sources:
    Google FDA.gov & search for Hair Dye & Relaxers.
    Google: Hair Dye FAQ’s Are Hair Dyes Safe?

  2. I use the Hydratherma Naturals products (shampoo and conditioner) and my hair grew about 3 inches. I think that it was made for ethnic hair but it works well for me. Their site is http://www.HealthyHairJourney.com The owner has long/ healthy African American hair. She has styling and healthy hair tips on the site too.

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