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From: Nicolle (
Subject: Re: Why no protein based products after a TR?
Date: April 23, 2007 at 7:34 am PST

In Reply to: Why no protein based products after a TR? posted by Kelly on April 22, 2007 at 10:03 pm:

After my first TR in 2002 I was told Mucota B3 but no more than once a week! Too much protein is BAD and can make the hair worse. That's what I was told too (iStraight)

I learned when my hair was try after my 5th TR and I went in for a Mizani formulation that their "wheel" for thioglycolate indicated all moisture NO protein. Sodium Hydroxide is mostly protein some moisture I think.

A girl there who regularly does formulations and was trained in chemical effects indicated she was even told with thio damaged hair that too much protein may cause more damage and breakage so to stick with moisture.

I followed these instructions and concentrated on moisture for at least a month and the next time I went back to the salon my hairdresser was impressed with how my hair looked.

Now I use a little more protein but always a moisture balance afterwards.

I was just told that Thio strips the hair of moisture while sodium hydroxide strips the hair of protein.

I am not a chemist or a hairdresser I'm just relaying what I was told.

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