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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jaydee89 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 4:29am
Thanks for all the information!!! Thumbs Up
I was just wondering (I know this is really old but hope I'll still get an answer ) The post says to increase washing. i reduced washing (co-washing) my hair because it seemed like more of my hair was coming out compared to when I didn't wash it. I used to co-wash twice a week and wash once a week now i'm tryna cut out co-washing completely and maybe only do it every second week. 
Will this have a negative effect on my hair? Am I the only one that seems to experience a negative effect with regards to co-washing?Confused
I was co-washing my hair with a moisturizing conditioner.
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^ Of course not. Do what works for you. Co-washing doesn't work for a lot of people...in fact I can't remember the last time I co-washed in these cold winter months. So if co-washing has a negative impact on your hair, don't do it.
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Hey Ladies. I'm a newbie to thuis forum. I've always had long hair but its never really grown beyond sl/apl. I've been a lurker for awhile but I've decided to give my hair the treatment it deserves.  :)
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Question: how long does it take to ago being a newbie? Lol
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Hello everyone, I am having a stash sale on my blog since I am unable to post down in the member to member exchange. I have been a member since 2008, I'm more of lurker. So, I'm not one of those....what do you call them??? Trolls, I believe. If you are interested stop by http://coffeecolouredtresses.blogspot.com./ - coffeecolouredtresses.blogspot.com.
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Hello all, I'm new here and I'm having major problems with my hair, it's thinning out all over mainly around my edges and my crown, I've been to the dermatologist for my problem and was told that I have CCSA a form of scarring alopecia but the diagnosis was given w/o a biopsy of my scalp, the gave me a topical steroid but my problem is i have natural hair, i sweat really bad on my scalp so my natural hair gets really nappy and becomes unmanageable when i use the topical ointment, I'm seriously considering relaxing my hair. Is this a good idea? oh i forgot to mention i workout daily so when my scalp sweats my hair gets extremely kinky and i can't comb through it at all PLEASE HELP!!!
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Am I still a newbie?
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When do I become a Junior member? :(
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Originally posted by londongirl87 londongirl87 wrote:

Hey Ladies. I'm a newbie to thuis forum. I've always had long hair but its never really grown beyond sl/apl. I've been a lurker for awhile but I've decided to give my hair the treatment it deserves.  :)
 
 
Hey!
 
Starting this HHJ is crazy, but rewarding, what is your current regimen, if you don't mind me asking, because that SL/APL length is real girl !
 
 
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@ Thinallover - do you wear a satin or cotton scarf when you work out? Have you tried anything natural for the thinning? or what the doctor prescribed? I heard that Phyto, sold at Sephora, that's absolutely amazing! It's expensive but they have products geared to thinning/ fine hair....here's the link below....
 
 
http://www.sephora.com/browse/brand_hierarchy.j;jsessionid=O3VUEL0WIUQRQCV0KQLRHOQ?brandId=Phyto - http://www.sephora.com/browse/brand_hierarchy.jhtml;jsessionid=O3VUEL0WIUQRQCV0KQLRHOQ?brandId=Phyto
 
Keep us updated !!! Hope this helpsSleepy
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