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From: PM lover (
Subject: Re: need help w/ relaxer (paul mitchell)
Date: August 7, 2009 at 10:49 pm PST

In Reply to: need help w/ relaxer (paul mitchell) posted by JENNIFER on January 25, 2007 at 7:14 pm:

I know this post is old.. but for anyone who may read it and have the same question....The best Neutralizing shampoo offered by Paul Mitchell is not a shampoo, but rather a conditioner called "The Super Strengthener."
Most people who are not trained by a PM educator would not know this because it wasnt created to ONLY work with PM The Relaxer. It is used for any chemical services which alter the Ph of hair, such as lightening hair.
The Super Strengthener is gentle yet effective in restoring hair that has been chemically straightened by an alkaline solution back to a normal/neutral Ph.
On a Ph scale of 1-14, with 1 being the acidic and the healthier side, and 14 being the alkaline and most damaging side of the scale, most relaxers(even"no lye" relaxers) fall somewhere between 9-13, which can be extremely damaging, if not used properly. That means that the hair cuticle is left open and exposed to damage from weather, styling, heat, further chemical processes, etc. Allowing the Ph of relaxed hair to stay in such a vulnerable state is what leads to breakage and brittleness.
NOTE: Hair and skin in a healthy and neutral state should fall on the Ph scale somewhere between 4.5 and 5.5.
Thus...the best thing is to use a gentle Neutralizer(The Super Strengthener...also Tea Tree Lavendar Mint Shampoo and Conditioner work well, as it is gentle, has a neutral Ph, and is extremely hydrating)

A few key points aboutthe Super Strengthener:
Features & Benefits:

•Strengthens: Super Strong Complex penetrates deep into the cortex to rebuild the internal structure of damaged hair
•Rebuilds: Rich lipid conditioners help enhance flexibility and increase elasticity to help guard against additional damage
•Restores: Wheat proteins and amino acids rich in minerals and carbohydrates help restore strength and elasticity

If you ever have questions reguarding PM The Relaxer, which now comes in 3 strengths, mild, regular, and super, go online to www.Paulmitchell.com to find a salon near you, or search for a Paul Mitchell The School in your area and ask to speak with a learning leader. =)

Hope this info helps.

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