Saturday, 20 April 2013

Help, my hair keeps breaking and pulling out.

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Hi AN,

Please my hair is so weak and its breaking, it's natural but am not comfortable with it at all. 
Here's the hair sample (*attaches sample), it keeps pulling out. Please am expecting your reply soonest.

A

Hi A,


Thank you for your enquiry. Sorry about your issue. But please, don't get too worried or stress yourself.

Lemme quickly ask you some questions, before I recommend what to do. Has it always been weak, or did you just start having that problem recently? Did you face any stressful event in the past six months? Have you been on any form of prolonged medication in the past six months? Did you get pregnant or put to bed recently? Were you on any form of diet in recent times? Do you have any form of medical condition like cancer, etc.?

If you are not facing any of the above, from what you have described, I suspect you have an issue with protein balance on your hair, thus making your hair weak. If that is the case, the problem is very easy to solve.  Please, do a protein deep conditioning treatment of mayonnaise, olive oil, honey, and Shea butter on your hair.

If however the problem is a moisture balance problem (which I don't think it is), I recommend that you do a moisture deep conditioning of avocado pear, coconut oil, coconut milk, honey, and Aloe Vera gel on your hair.  We also sell our African Naturalistas deep conditioning treatment, which has properly balanced both moisture and protein, and I recommend that you get one if you don't want to bother getting all these mix and doing it yourself. Doing this DC treatment on your hair every two weeks should be able to sort the breakage out.

For more info on how to find out whether its a moisture or protein balance. Please, read the details below

From science of black hair
(When Wet or Dry) Stretches slightly and returns to its original length without breaking, you are balanced! Stick with maintaining!
(When Wet or Dry) Stretches a little more than normal then breaks, you need more protein in your regimen.
(When Wet or Dry)Stretches, stretches, stretches with no significant breakage yet, add a bit more protein to your regimen.
(Wet)- Feels weak, gummy, mushy, or limp, you need to add more protein to your regimen.
(Wet or Dry) Experiences very little to no stretching, and simply snaps or breaks, you need to increase the moisture in your regimen.
(Dry) Feels rough, tough, hard, dry, tangly, brittle, or any combination of those, you need more moisture in your regimen.
Tips gotten from http://hairscapades.com/2011/11/30/moisture-protein-finding-the-balance/

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