So, today was my hair day. I typically wash my hair every 2 weeks depending on how greasy or heavy it starts to feel. ( Yes, that’s correct 2 weeks). I know some African American girls wash there hair several times a week since they are on a hair journey but I just think that’s a bit to much. I like to stay with the techniques that my grandma and mother used on my hair to keep it healthy and strong when it comes to washing/managing.
Here is the product line up:
Sulfur 8 is new and I’m just trying it. Read below to see what I think of the Sulfur and the rest of my products.
I wash my hair with all Elasta QP products currently. I’ve tried almost all the typical black girl hair care products but Elasta QP has been my favorite for over 8 months now and I ♥ it! ( Yes, it gets an actual heart instead of the word, lol). My hair is relaxed and I haven’t had a relaxer in about 2 months or so now. I’ve been doing pretty good by staying away from the crème crack that’s slang for Relaxer.
It doesn’t have the same smell as the grease that you can use on your scalp. I haven’t used the grease since I was young since I now use the Jamaican Black Castro Oil on my scalp.
Once I used this all over my scalp and hair and started to rinse it that’s when I start to have a mini-stroke. My hair felt like a ball of wool. I kept rinsing and the more I attempted to run my fingers through my hair the knotted it seem to keep getting. So, I ran water over it and went straight to my normal, Elasta QP Shampoo for relaxed hair and it fixed my situation right away.
I decide to try the Sulfur 8 since I do get a little scalp itch around my 4th to 5th day post-wash.
Elasta QP: You will be here forever!
I love these two combinations. My hair is always soft and detangled after using these two products even without the deep conditioner. I love the smell that these products have. My hair and scalp always feels clean and hydrated. It doesn’t strip your hair at all.
I think any race can benefit from this product combo.
The back of the label states: “ Rick in Protein, Vitamins, and Omega 3 & 6. Organic Soy Oyl infuses natural moisturizers and conditioners deep into the hair helping restore strength, manageability, and shine.”
So, you cover hair with this product and place a plastic cap on and sit under a warm dry for 5 to 15 minutes or if your hair is damaged then 25 minutes. I have a hood dryer but today I didn’t feel like getting it out so I just wrapped a towel around the plastic cap.
I always use a wide tooth comb to comb out any dead strands of hair and just to get my Deep Ultra Hydrating conditioner to the roots. After my conditioner I rinse it out then wash with my conditioner then oil my scalp with my JBC Oil. I Love Elasta QP products.
So, what are you favorite products? Have you every tired Elasta QP. I love my deep conditioner how about you? What’s your favorite deep conditioner?
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