5 responses

  1. Shug
    November 9, 2011

    I’ve been debating on doing a protein treatment, but I’m not really sure if I need one. I deep condition my hair every weekend and twist it afterwards. I wear a satin bonnet to bed everynight and keep my hair moisturized. I haven’t applied heat to my hair since March of this year. I did a big chop in September to get rid of the permanently straightened ends and decided to start over. Does it hurt to try the At-Home Protein Treatment?

    Thanks,
    Shug

    • Chai
      November 9, 2011

      are you talking about the Aphogee treatment? This one’s a heavy duty one, sounds like you have pretty healthy strands though. If you find that your hair thrives off of a weekly deep treatment, consider yourself lucky, lol. Rarely do I need a protein treatment…but if you notice a slight change in how your hair behaves…maybe it’s a bit limp, lacks definition…appears more dry than usual even if you’re moisturizing daily…then I’d consider a tying a conditioner with protein. It’s just nice to have option when you know what’s possibly ‘wrong’ with your hair. Believe me…you’ll notice after the 1st application if your hair favors it or not;)

  2. KayJay at Refined & Polished
    November 12, 2011

    This was a great post! Your hair looks so much healthier in the second picture. I DC once a week and I usually try to rotate one in that has a little protein once a month or so. I’ve been using the Curls Hair Ecstasy Tea DC.
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    • Chai
      November 12, 2011

      does that have protein? I think I’ve seen it at my local BSS store…will investigate!

      • KayJay at Refined & Polished
        November 12, 2011

        Yes…it has soy protein.
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