When do your curls need moisture?

When do your curls need moisture?



Your scalp produces a natural, waxy oil called sebum from glands beneath the skin.  Sebum naturally moisturizes your hair when it makes its way from the scalp to lubricate the rest of your hair strands.

The sebum your scalp produces may not be enough to properly moisturize your hair.  In addition, other factors like product selection, over washing, and over styling can lead to dryness.

Instead of moisturizing your hair all the time, the best way to determine why your hair is experiencing hair dryness is to keep a curl journal.  Once you are able to find out what is causing dryness you can then identify products that provide the proper moisture level.

That's why we created Rebalance.

We created Rebalance to provide and seal moisture and maintain the Ph balance of the scalp.

Rebalance is a pre-conditioner treatment for providing moisture because it contains aloe vera and Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) which provides moisture, and coconut and sunflower oil to seal in the moisture.  

Texture Tip: for the best results section and thoroughly saturate your hair with Rebalance, make sure the product is evenly distributed by detangling with a brush or your fingers.

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