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Corrective Conditioning Treatment

This is mainly a deeper conditioning treatment that softens the hair quickly. You can do it tackle the following conditions:

  1. Very dry hair due to dry scalp conditions.
  2. A week after the use of any kind of hair dye or tint.
  3. Roughness due to permanent wave treatment.
  4. Dryness caused by hair straightening treatment.
  5. Roughness caused by mishandling of the hair such as excessive use of dryer and too much back combing.
  6. Swollen (Knotted) hair.
The purpose of a corrective conditioning treatment is to nourish and condition the hair shaft. The condition, whether chemical or herbal, should be protein rich to work effectively on the hair.

Corrective Conditioning Procedure

  1. Brush hair for 5 minutes to stimulate the scalp and clear dust and dirt from hair.
  2. A protein conditioner should be applied now.
  3. (Protein conditioner ingredients: Castor oil 1-2 teaspoon malt vinegar, olive oil - 1 teaspoon. 2 full eggs or more according to hair length. Mix all the items and apply thoroughly while parting hair in small sections).
  4. Heat is applied to the head by using heating cap or a scalp steamer to give uniform heat or wrap your head in a hot towel for half an hour.
  5. Reheat the towel if it gets cold. Heat will activate the absorption of the conditioning elements into the hair-much faster.
  6. Use mild shampoo to wash hair.
  7. Towel dry hair to remove excess moisture.
  8. Dry and style hair.

(Note: If a chemical commercial conditioner is used, manufacturer's instructions should be followed.)

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