Thursday, 10 September 2015

Finghair Tips Thursday: Hair Care


17 comments :

  1. Actually, no. Reasons being 1. I wash my hair weekly so my scalp doesn't suffer from product buildup. 2. My hair tends to get very brittle, the products with cones help a lot with slip and softness especially on washdays I don't feel like deep conditioning. 3. I'm quite heavy handed with products, and considering that I go through said products too damn quick, the cheap ones mostly have cones in them. Its good for my pocket, I don't have to go broke trying to replace them every time.

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    1. Lol. As long as your choice works for you, then it is fine.

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  2. As soon as I started using products with no cones in them,My hair visibly and physically improved!Its just of late,I have been using a Leave In Conditioner which does have Cones in it but not in the top five ingredients,its way way further down the list and my hair has not complained-SO FAR LOL!Yes but watching the Cones has definately made a big change!

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    1. Yeah. Actively monitoring ingredients goes a long way in making a difference.

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  3. Had to go check my products ASAP.for now the only product with major cones is my heat protectant,which is expected and as i rarely use heat and i have a chelating shampoo it works out great.Others do have a little amount,but nothing im bothered with.i would using a product with a chock full of cones,especially if it claims to be a moisturizer,but i wouldn't avoid one if the cone comes in as water soluble or way down the ingredient list.

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    1. Yeah, its really good to monitor the usage, and see if any of them is leading to build up.

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  4. Yes I am trying hard to avoid the cones.
    Now I do not consciously use them.

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  5. I've stopped or minimized cone based products in my stash. I realized cone free conditioners left my hair better moisturized.

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  6. I do check my products for sulfates and 'cones and what-nots... Even my body creams must not have parabens. I studied chemistry, what do you expect?? Lo

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    1. Yes oo even body products oo and make up hmmm

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