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From: Sue (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: Relaxing a swimmers hair -Help Denise!
Date: September 19, 2007 at 10:09 pm PST
In Reply to: Relaxing a swimmers hair -Help Denise! posted by Ana on September 19, 2007 at 11:15 am:
This is the information my stylist gave me this summer on her after care list from Milbon.
Do not swim in chlorinate pools or Sea water and/or expose your hair to too much Sun for at least 2 weeks after a hair Straightening/TR service, your hair might react in a way which can not be predicted and may revert back. It is also important to follow Before and After Swimming and Sun exposure directions to minimize damage to the hair and/or reversion. What can you do to protect your hair from damage caused by swimming in chlorinated pools? First, make sure you wet your hair with fresh water before getting into the pool. This will help your hair to absorb the fresh water and won't be able to "hold" the chlorinated water. Run some conditioner through it, this will prevent chlorine from being absorbed into your hair, then, put on a tightly fitting swimming cap.
Rinse your hair with fresh water immediately after swimming, and don't allow chlorine to dry on your hair. Shampoo the hair with hair cleansing, clarifying shampoo, follow-up with a reconditioning treatment.
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