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So, is your hair dry, unmanageable, brittle? Sounds like you may need a conditioning treatment to get your hair back into shape!


Each strand of hair has 3 layers. Deep conditioning affects the outer layer which is called the cuticle. The cuticle resembles shingles on a roof. They overlap each other, and should lay down flat. When your hair becomes dry and damaged, these shingles will stand up awayfrom the hair shaft. This is what gives hair the dull, frizzy look. Deep conditioning the properway and with the right products will help to smooth the cuticle, making the shingles lay down again, giving your hair a smoother, shinier, healthier appearance.

Here is another important fact--deep conditioners CANNOT heal damaged hair or improvethe quality of new hair grown. It is valuable however, because it can minimize any damage done to your hair, it can restore shine and manageablity to hair, and can add strength to hairuntil damaged hair grows long enough to be cut off. In other words, it is not a cure, but rather a preventative, to help protect the damaged hair from any further damage, until it gets to a length that you feel comfortable cutting it to. The only TRUE way to cure damaged hair is to cut it off and let new hair grow in.

Creme rinses (the type you put on after you shampoo and rinse out in 5 minutes or less), or detangler as they are also known, just coat the hair. They do not penetrate into the hair to help minimize damage. They do a good job of smoothing hair, making it shiny and helping to remove tangles, but that is all they do. You need a deep conditioner to go further into the hair to really help minimize damage.

Detanglers and creme rinses are a very good choice for use each time you shampoo, but a deep conditioning is best for longer lasting results. Depending on the condition of your hair,conditioning treatments can be done anywhere from once a week to once a month on average