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    Posted: Oct 28 2011 at 8:20pm
Hello =D

My natural hair is 4B, I have a curly perm - however it was a one process curly perm, with only the mild liquid Thioglycolate applied, no straightening was done to the hair, so it is basically just a slight texturizer I suppose.

Anyways, for the past few months now I have been trying to re-do my regimine and use cheaper producs. I've discovered that I love the shea moisture products. My new staples are.

Shampoo: Shea moisture, moisture retention shampoo
Leave in: Shea moisture restorative conditioner

Deep conditioner: Aubrey Organics Honey Suckle, White Camellia, or GPB, or the shea moisture deep treatment masque (any of them work fine so I keep them all, I will work my way down and find the one I like best though at some point lol) ^^

Oils:  My hair seems to love any oil, I use some THICK heavy oils sometimes ON TOP of light oils and my hair just seem to soak them up somehow.

Styling: Kinky Curly Curling Custard, or the Shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie (whichever =P)


Now for protein, I have the GPB, it's nice but it's not really...a strong protein conditioner. I guess I am looking for something with a decent price, that I can get on the ground, and that has something natural ingredients.

I had been looking as this conditioner, as it has Keratin, and my hair seems to need a stronger protein.


However looking at the ingredients, it has sodium hydroxide..?

Should I be wary of this, we all know sodium hydroxide and thio don't mix. I am sure the sodium hydroxide is in the conditioner for PH purposes, but could the chemical still have an active effect on my hair?

What do you guys think?



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I'm not sure about sodium hydro~ium, but hairveda has a strong natural protein treatment. check out there website. 
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If you have doubts, I would not use that one.....Aphogee 2 step and Megatek both have hydrolyzed keratin protein listed top of their ingredients. These are good proteins. But you will need to check for that HS.  HHJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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The one and only GKhair the best JUVEXIN treatment. Pure natural for strong and smooth hair. I love it!!!
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Egg and mayonnaise is a good, natural deep conditioner, with lots of protein.
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