Transitioning Hair Products

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Is getting transition hair products necessay?

You might be wondering why you need specific products to put in your hair to just go back natural right? well your hair is relaxed so you need to cure your ends and roots. If you are considering transitioning from relaxed to natural, you will soon find that your relaxed-hair product line-up and tools are not going to give you what you need to maintain your new, natural hair.

If you are in process of transitioning, you may feel like you are struggling to piece together a hair care regimen. There are some basic things you will need to transition, and others you can add along the way as you learn more about your hair type. I started out with these:

Our Products:

L’oreal Vive Pro Glossy Volume Shampoo
L’oreal Vive Pro Glossy Volume Condition
Olive Cholesterol Deep Conditioning Creme
Aphogee Pro-Vitamin Leave in Conditioner
Herbal Oil 
Carrot Tea-Tree Oil 
Olive & Tea-Tree Edge Smoothing Pomade 



1 Comment

  1. Gillian Dotterer
    October 21, 2021 / 6:34 PM

    People in my area don’t know that fast hair growth scalp therapy shampoos (of course with no sulfates, no parabens and no DEA) exist. Folks are now able to attain longer hair and experience more options. Certainly worth looking into it.

    When you’re looking into hair loss, hair damage, avoiding hair disorders, hair growth, hair health normally, almost the same ideas apply.

    As a general rule, you want to stay away from hair treatments and products that include chemicals such as parabens, DEA and sulfates.

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