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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: For the experts, please!
Date: February 16, 2010 at 10:12 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: For the experts, please! posted by Dani on February 14, 2010 at 11:07 am:
Caribbean Dream has a pre-softener. What ingredient is in the pre-softener that makes the
hair ready for the ingredients of the CD creme relaxer lotion?
Then, when you do your strand test, What exactly are you looking for in the strand test. Is
the hair getting stretchy, or is the s pattern of the curl just getting softer?
How hot is the flat iron that you use before you apply the creme neutralizer? If CDR is truly
chemical free as you posted why do you need a neutralizer?
Is the neutralizer made with hydrogen peroxide like in a perm? What volume is the Peroxide
Am I right to say that the “retouch service” needs four inches of new growth and that
technicians must never overlap the relaxer onto previously relaxed hair. Just like a japanese
Isn't it true that The Caribbean Dream Relaxer uses cysteamine chlorohydrate to permanently
break the disulfide bonds in the hair?
I also remember that Cysteamine leaves a residual smell, like cat urine in the hair and the
smell persists. Is that what the neutralizer is for?
The whole point is, that the safety of ANY chemical salon service is largely dependent on the
experience of the technician performing the service. So, the client really has to do their
homework, not only on the product itself, but on the salon and the stylist who will be
performing it for you.
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