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I have a really good hair care routine that I try to stick to even though lately I havent been as strict with it as I should have been. BUT, I am back at it and man does it feel good. When my hair looks great, I feel a lot better LOL.
Anyway, I have been focusing on strengthening my hair with protein based products because I will soon be getting a relaxer and I want my hair to be strong enough and healthy enough to undergo the treatment. So For the next couple of weeks I will primarily focusing using protein products which is what I always do prior to my relaxer. Then after my relaxer, I will do an intense strong keratin treatment to fully restore my hair.
Anyway, for my hair care routine today, I decided to do a natural preshampoo treatment using plain yogurt and olive oil. I read a few hair care forums discussing the benefits of this treatment including the strengthening properties from the protein in the yogurt and the moisture properties from the yogurt and it ability to help smooth the frizz. I wanted to give it a try. So while I was at the grocery store I picked up some plain yogurt.
FOR THIS TREATMENT: I used about 5 table spoons of yogurts and about 4 tablespoons of olive oil. I mixed them together and thoroughly coated my dry hair with the mixture. I then put a plastic cap on my head and allowed it to sit for 30 minutes. I then showered and washed my hair with my favorite shampoo which Ill discuss in another post and deep conditioned it. I must say that I do like the mixture as a preshampoo treatment. It was pretty easy to wash out and my hair felt nice afterwards. It was definitely a nice natural, cheap treatment to do and I will definitely do it again next week but next time Ill add some honey and maybe an egg.
What do you ladies think?
Do you do any natural treatments to you hair or skin?
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