Monday, February 2, 2015

What to Look for When Buying a Deep Conditioner for Your Hair!


Regardless of using a chemical process such as hair coloring, perming, or straightening or not, we still may be mistreating our hair through blow-drying or curling with hot styling tools unless you always remember to apply a thermal protecting product.  Even so, your hair is not immune from damage.  The weather also affects the condition of your hair.

The extreme cold that we’re experiencing now in the winter increases the problems from static electricity in the hair to more dry frizz and split ends.  On the other hand, excessive summer sun and can fry the hair and further damage to the point it feels as dry and brittle as a haystack.

To keep your hair in optimum condition, you should play it safe with a deep conditioner at least once a month even if you use a rinse-out daily conditioner. However, you need  to know what ingredients are the most helpful for coating and sealing the hair cuticle to prevent snapping.

When you read the product’s label, look for formulas that have proteins such as keratin,  quats like cetyl trimethyl ammonium chloride and silicones such as amodimethicone.  


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Keune So Pure Moisturizing Treatment


An excellent green formula is the one that I am using right now with Keune’s So Pure Moisturizing Treatment for hair.  It has wheat protein (protein), amodimethicone (silicone), and the cetearyl alcohol behentrimonium chloride (biodegradable quat).  

Also, remember to enter the Keune So Pure Moisturizing Hair Care Five Assortment of Products Giveaway because you might be lucky enough to win it as well. 

Stay beautiful and I hope you keep this advice in mind.

3 comments:

Mitzi Fisher said...

I believe this is going to help my hair good. I need something like this to help my hair.

M Clark said...

These are great tips, I do experience frizz in this cold weather, I would love to try the Keune So Pure Moisturizing Treatment. Thank you for sharing these tips.

Mary B. (Nuts4Stuff) said...

It is one of the best ones that I have ever tried. I'm glad you like the tips.

Here's another thing to try when static electricity hits your hair and clothes when you're at work. Carry a small bottle or tube of hand lotion with you and put a little in hand and pat your hair and your slip with it. Your hair wouldn't stick out everywhere like you were just electrocuted and your dress won't cling to you and ride up. This is a tip I learned years ago from a co-worker and it has never let me down.