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It sounds like a "super-sealant" of sorts. Once you apply it to clean, dampened and/or moisturized hair, it locks in the moisture. Apparently, the best way to do this is to use a flat iron on 400 degrees. It protects from the heat, adds shine, and prevents friz by blocking external moisture (humidity).
I have seen countless posts about it in the pressing forum, on other forums as well as viewed videos on it on youtube. It sounds like it maintains most people's presses, but no one addresses the moisture level of their hair while using it. This is what I'm most concerned with.
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what's in it?
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Thanks Girls, but I'm still a little confused. Can it be used as part of a regimen, like wash, condish, moisturize, Sabino moisture block? Or do you not use moisture then use it? Its a heat protectant so you use it before you flat iron I suppose, but then since it maintains your press, can you moisturize on the following days, or is it not needed? Sorry so many ?'s, just curious and would like to know. TIA
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PinchOMG. dont tell me were putting SUNSCREEN on our hair now.
eh, better than va jay jay cream...LOLConfused

I think itll be diluted poop next...DeadLOLOuch
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Originally posted by Chevyroche Chevyroche wrote:

Thanks Girls, but I'm still a little confused. Can it be used as part of a regimen, like wash, condish, moisturize, Sabino moisture block? Or do you not use moisture then use it? Its a heat protectant so you use it before you flat iron I suppose, but then since it maintains your press, can you moisturize on the following days, or is it not needed? Sorry so many ?'s, just curious and would like to know. TIA
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hm.. ok i just did some reading
so i guess the best way to use it would be wash, condition, moisturize, seal and apply the moisture block on wet hair. It seals in moisture as well as sealing out moisture/humidity, so you can't moisturize after you've applied it, you'd have to rewash... but unlike other products with cones it washes out with just shampoo, no extra clarifying needed. also, it can be used on natural hair without heat for frizz free curls...

and to answer my own question, the only two ingredients are dimethicone and cyclomethicone.


http://www.naturallycurly.com/curltalk/showthread.php?t=44208
http://www.longhaircareforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=227115
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3iptUnSLWI  ok this vid is kinda funny though gotta love the before pictures of the "frizzy hair models"LOL

hm.. i may try this. after i've used up some products though...
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Does any one know if this can be purchased atUlta or
Originally posted by MsMediumLocks MsMediumLocks wrote:

 
20 dollars for this stufff Stern%20Smile  look how small the bottle
but ive heard so much goodness about this product...
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Does anyone know if this can be purchased at Ulta or Sephora???
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Originally posted by librasRrokstarz librasRrokstarz wrote:

PinchOMG. dont tell me were putting SUNSCREEN on our hair now.
eh, better than va jay jay cream...LOLConfused

I think itll be diluted poop next...DeadLOLOuch
 
sunscreen is used in alot of hair products. not the cream form like what we put on our skin though. it helps our hair from heat damage from the sun which sometimes dries our hair out and changes the color.
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I think you can only buy Sabino online. ^ & sunblock isn't bad for the hair lol  definitely protects it. I'm not so sure if I'd put something formulated specifically for my skin on my hair, but some hair products do protect hair from the sun.
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hahahahaha wooooooow Embarrassed
i guess ya learn something new everyday!
yeaa that kinda makes sense that most hair products have sunscreen in them, but just str8 sunscreen? like coppertone? wooow.
hey, to each his own
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^^ I don't get the sunscreen questions. MB is a heat protectant. It's supposed to be the mother of heat protectants. All the hairboards mention using heat protectants before using heat on the hair.

Caramel, everything you said was correct. This is what all the MB research adds up to. The thing is that I have never read about anyone using it to keep moisture in exclusively. I wanted to know how well that worked.

I want to buy this stuff and try it on my own, but I really wanted to know if anyone else has used it this way because I'd hate to mess with my hair.
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