From: ISH Treatment -- for Tommy (184.108.40.206)
After reading your post about the ISH treatment, I went on their web site to do a little research.It sounds good, but I have some questions for you.
I have extremely dry, brittle hair that was TR'd in June. At first, it felt too straight but relatively healthy and shiny. However, two months later, it started to get dry, brittle and I started to get some breakage. I'm really worried about how and why it became this way two months afterwards. I don't think I used excessive heat (I had may hair blown out at the salon once per week and blew it dry on mostly a cool setting at home. I flat ironed a couple of times, but always used heat protection).
Since then, I've done two Nigelle HY treatments (the other treatment you recommended for dry hair). The treatment makes my hair feel a little better for a day or so but does not make a significant or lasting difference.
I am willing to do anything at this point to get my hair to feel better. I'd like to try ISH, and I'm considering asking my stylist to order it(I could not find a salon in my area that offers it).
I've spent so much money on treatments that don't work, so I'm wondering if you find that ISH is significantly better than other moisturizing treatments. So ... my questions for you ...
1. How does ISH compare to HY in its ability to deliver moisture to thick, course, dry, stiff, brittle hair? Which one do you prefer?
2. Does ISH contain any protein? Could this potentially make my hair more dry and stiff than it is already?
3. Is ISH something that any hairstylist can order and do, or does it require some training?
Thanks in advance for your response!