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From: Francisco (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Re: Going to the beach after coppola treatment
Date: December 19, 2008 at 12:32 pm PST
In Reply to: Going to the beach after coppola treatment posted by Nena on December 18, 2008 at 7:32 pm:
From what I've read (but I can't remember where) you need to wait two weeks after doing the
coppola treatment before you can swim in the pool and go in the ocean. Definitely, at least the
three days before washing your hair. Also, my stylist told me make sure to rinse your hair as
soon as you can after swimming to get rid of the salt/chlorine.
on another note, he also mentioned that if I already washed my hair earlier in the day, I should
not wash it again after working out, but I should rinse my hair very well with water to get rid of
the salt of my own sweat.
I am just saying what my stylist told me though. If someone disagrees please tell me. I am kind
of curious myself.
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