Removing a Hair Relaxer
When you relax your hair, chemicals are applied that change the composition of the hair shaft. As with perms, the results of chemically relaxing your hair are permanent. The only true way to remove a hair relaxer is to simply grow out your hair, cutting...
You can wash your hair with dish detergent to strip the relaxer from hair. A
vinegar wash will strip a relaxer. A mayonnaise and egg concoction can do it.
Jan 28, 2009 ... Stripping a relaxer from hair is not possible, as relaxers are a permanent
chemical treatment, so relaxed hair needs to be cut off or grown out to ...
If your hair is currently relaxed and you want to return it to its natural texture, you
might wonder if there's a quick and painless way to remove the relaxer. In fact ...
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Feb 4, 2014 ... Growing out hair from a relaxer, or transitioning, may be tricky because ... you are
simply removing damaged ends that can hamper hair growth.
The egg conditioner stripped the relaxer that was in my hair and it also stripped ...
This will help remove surface residue from the hair and should help your hair ...
Oct 18, 2010 ... Try going three years without a relaxer and see what your hair looks like .....
apple cider vinegar on relaxed hair, it will strip the relaxer out of it!
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Relaxers are not designed to penetrate through clumps of matted or tangled hair.
The neutralizing shampoo will in fact act along with your hair relaxer but it will not
in any way remove the relaxer from your hair but it will cause the protein from ...