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From: dry hair (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: How To Quantify Damage Repair
Date: January 16, 2009 at 8:33 am PST
In Reply to: Re: How To Quantify Damage Repair posted by Denise Kingsley on January 16, 2009 at 6:48 am:
Thanks for your response.
The derm's name is Zoe Draelos. She is located in High Point, NC and has done lots of research on hair/skin care products. This was my first visit to her, so I don't know her well. However she seemed very personable and even suggested that I have my stylist call her or come to my next appointment, so I'm sure she wouldn't mind if you contacted her.
She feels that my hair damage is mostly caused by color (processing too long and too often). I've been doing the same color for years (20 vol. every 4 weeks for 40 minutes), so I'm not sure ....
I'm discouraged by the idea of only being able to improve it 13% -- it needs much more improvement than that. I've tried just about every trick suggested on this board and elsewhere so I am thinking I may just be cursed with horrible hair.
I asked her if she thought that BKT would be o.k. for my hair. She said she felt that it was just as damaging as traditional straighteners. I was discouraged by this as well. My hair is naturally frizzy and has now also taken on a wiry texture. It's not curly or straight, so it needs something to make it more managable.
I'm overwhelmed and confused as the experts I've consulted with have such a vast array of opinions as to what's wrong with my hair and how to fix it.
Her web site is : www.zoedraelos.com
Clinical Phone Number(336) 841-2040
Research Phone Number: (336) 883-1449
I would prefer not to share my name on this board but would be happy to provide it to you via phone or your e-mail if you need it.
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