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From: Katherine (24.3.39.5)
Subject: Medications affect TR results
Date: July 4, 2007 at 4:29 pm PST

I have had thermal reconditioning done on my hair (once per year) for the past three years. The first time my stylist used OptiSmooth, which had to be redone two weeks later because my hair is very strong and resistant and some curl returned (I don't color or treat my hair in any other way). Afterwards, my hair was perfectly straight for about six months (with an occasional dent from sleeping on it) and it felt great - smooth and silky. The second time I had it done, my stylist switched to RUSK Str8, left it on longer, and I got the same great results. This most recent TR treatment, however, was not so good. Still using RUSK Str8, she left it on for about 40 minutes, did the whole 4-hour process, and sent me on my way. Day Two of the whole "keep the hair dry" stage, I noticed some prickly areas on my head, one area along my forehead hairline and one near the back of my head. Upon washing my hair, it was immediately wavy in some areas, bordering a loose curl. There was also an entire area of hair that was dented about 1/2 inch from the root, some of which has since broken off. My stylist said I would need to have it redone but cannot guarantee my hair won't break more. I inquired about how this could have happened (she had an assistant helping her), and she couldn't answer with certainty. She did provide a protein treatment using Nioxin and said my hair is very strong. She mentioned the possibility of medications staying in one's hair for a period of time. I had to undergo root canal treatment a few weeks before my last TR, which involved a local anesthetic and steroids. So, with my history of successful TRs with this stylist, is medication possibly the culprit? Should I redo the TR or wait six months? Either way, do I stick with this stylist?

Any guidance is much appreciated.


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