How does one get a scalp burn from a chemical relaxer?


Scalp burns from using a chemical relaxer can occur when the product is not applied properly. The burns occur when the scalp is exposed to a lye or no-lye relaxer for too long. Specific steps should be taken to treat scalp burns caused by chemical relaxers, and they are available at Vissa Studios online.
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