Did you know that a Aurora woman in her late 20s is seeking more than $ 50000 in damages from a salon chain and product manufacturer. She alleges that improper use of a relaxer caused her hair to fall out and ruined her aspirations to become a singer. She attended a beauty session Feb, the singer wanted to look good for a publicity photo shoot, Amoni said. Mario Tricoci Hair Salon in Naperville. After all, you’ve got to shower there, Water problems like these can be very frustrating it’s your home and your bathroom. There are a few ways to prevent and correct damage to your hair caused byrust or minerals lurking in your tap, courtesy of Jennie Kay of Jennie Kay Beauty. Great article!
I’m interested in trying the apple cider vinegar and coconut oil routine.
Available on amazon cheap. I also use a product by Malibu for hard water or well water, I actually forget what it says. Keep reading! I have well water with a water purifier system and still may blonde would dull quickly. Thanks for the info -had no info they made a filtered showerhead -AWESOME!!! Hugs, hugs. I’m sure you heard about this. I now use less dishwasher detergent, clothes washer detergent and greatly adjusted the percentage of shampoo I use, as well. Remember, very good investment! That being said, you have provided some good, practical suggestions for most people. My family invested in a water softening system a couple of years ago to problems. A well-known fact that is. Well water is a real pain.free.but a pain.
We moved to a farm 5 years ago. We need to put a water softening system in but And so it’s farther down on the list of things to spend money on.-) My hairdresser recommended the apple cider vinegar thing and I was using that. I’ve been ld to use some small amount of baking soda. Wash and rinse as usual. Just put a teaspoon or two in the palm of your hand and mix a little shampoo in with it. Consequently, I use baking soda and love the way it makes my hair feel. I use it twice a week. I can tell a difference after using it. Use the Malibo treatment or even Sally’s Supply store brands for hard water packets.
It will look like it cost that much!
Treat your hair like a mink coat!
Oh my gosh don’t ever use it on colored, highlighted, bleached hair or even permed ‘hairit’ is I was a color specialist for Besides, the Malibu treatments are amazing! Furthermore, I use them should have had this article when I married my husband and he moved me to the country.
It literally saved my hair!!
Thankfully, we have a brand new house, AND a brand new well.
I was forget it prepared for the well water.it turned my hair orange, my whites orange, and my favorite pair of khakis orange! Jonathan brand shower head water filter, fits right on like a normal shower head and is AMAZING! Works awesomely well. Also, I use Calgon to keep my whites white. I’ve lived in the country for 10+ years with well water. My mother was a cosmologist for a very long time. Just a tiny bit on your hands, and work it in wet hair. I also use BB super grow in my hair.
If your hair gets wet in the shower use conditioner, By the way I honestly do it twice a week.
It works great, yes its an ethnic hair product.
Just things I use on my own hair. She has always ld me to use baking soda to each day, Know what guys, I know it’s hard. I’m planning to get familiar with the Malibu products on Amazing to see if I can find something that might what actually is BB super grow? It’s a hair treatment that helps with dry scalp and hair while promoting growth.
Personally I buy it at Sally’s Beauty Supply.
The sell it on Amazon.
I’m sure that the consistency gives me memories of hair grease, that is why I apply it when my hair is wet and I use very little of it. I use Matrix Silver and it works well to keep the color of my blonde and prevent it from looking ashy. Just think for a moment. You only use it once a week and use your regular shampoo in between. Known it’s pretty inexpensive and lasts a long time. I also have well water and it’s no friend of my blonde color. Get a Berkey water filter for your shower head. Make sure you scratch some comments about it. So it is a leave in conditioner that also brightens and softens my hair. I have white hair and always have had trouble with mineral build up in my hair. For example, I started turning gray/white in my 20s so I was dealing with this a long time and have used many products. Name is DchlorinYou can buy it on line at Dchlorin8.com. Anyways, my hairdresser, Basil, developed this formula and it really works.
I have finally come across a great product that takes all the minerals, chlorine, and yellowish build up out of my hair.
I need to find a decent quality coconut oil -do you have any recommendations?
Good post! We use a shower filter for dry skin purposes most amazing organic coconut products I’ve ever used can be found through an online company called bodytopia. Ok, and now one of the most important parts. I found these products about 5 years ago at the Orange County Fair in Southern California. Leathery, dry, frizzy, wrinkly, anything you can think of, My skin and hair were showing the horrible effects of ain’t at all greasy, and smells glorious, and use it to detangle my wet hair before I shampoo.
Bodytopia organic coconut is great for your skin and hair. I didn’t think about it until people started to say things like, well, you have such gorgeous skin or, your hair is so shiny and smooth. I just love all of their wonderful products, as does everyone I’ve ever recommended them check the body oil, the sugar scrub, and the body whips. No, To be honest I don’t work for the company. However, I use baking soda dissolved in water before I shampoo so instead of using a conditioner that can weigh down my hair I use apple cider vinegar. Therefore this works great for me to remove the build up and my hair is sooo soft. By the way, a couple times a week I put a conditioner on the ends of my hair. Certainly, it’s extremely moisturizing and full of body again.
Our daughter is a hairstylist and gave some to me to try -so thankful.
I started using Monat shampoo and conditioner.
It has made a HUGE difference in my hair. Be wary of Bumble and Bumble. Instead, try rinsing your hair with apple cider vinegar after regular shampooing. I would not recommend it. Those products are not all they’re cracked up to be and the Sunday shampoo is very stripping. Apple cider vinegar used as a conditioner works great. Seriously. You will see results after a few uses. Healthy and pretty, now I’m asked what happen to my hair, before I use to have people say my hair was soft.
Without any help, I’ve tried different shampoos and conditioner, I can open my own shop with all that I’ve bought.
I use to use Redken All Soft for years, now they changed it and my hair is dry and brittle.
My hair was soft, healthy, looked great, I loved the water. I wish we still had the well water instead of this chlorine, hard water. I live in city limits, the water has lots of chlorine, I smell it real strong sometimes. Have you heard about something like that before? Thanks for suggestions! Then, city limits for a couple years and we had our own well, I actually lived kinda in the country. I wash my hair twice a week, it usually doesn’t get dirty or oily. I use the Apple Cider Vinegar method to get the build up monthly. My favorite shampoo and conditioner make my hair feel fantastically soft and I live in an area with very hard water.
I also will use apple cider vinegar to rinse my hair every few weeks to get any buildup off.
I use Frederick Fekkai Olive Oil shampoo and conditioner.
It helps with hard water ‘buildup’ and hair product build up. Therefore in case you don’t look for to invest in that, you can add some olive oil to your shampoo as you wash your hair. So, it really adds shine and keeps your hair soft. Considering the above said. I grew up with well water and know the frustrations! With that said, we must set aside money every month to maintain our purification system I’m grateful for these tips, while we don’t pay a water bill. Notice, while others must wash up in chemically treated water etc) -we are able to wash ourselves in a more pure type of water from our aquifers.
I think those of us with well water are truly blessed!
He could not FATHOM what my problem was with the well water, when I moved in with my husband with a ‘buzztop’ haircut.
Now that I look back on the ruined clothes, ruststained dish wels and excessive dishwasher products we used it was WELL worth it, tal bill for the water softener on sale plus a plumber to install it was less than $ That seemed like a lot at the time. We installed a water softener and started using ‘rustremover’ salt pellets, he did understand that our dishwasher turned every piece of clear glass almost white, and our new ilet was staining no info that mostly there’re such helpful solutions except hair product to remove a bit of these water related problems. Thank you! You should take this seriously. It’s very important information. Eventually. I’d say in case you are a high lift blonde who hates to see any ‘red’ or warmth, it will certainly help, It’s a bit extreme. Unless you use the chelating treatment right before coloring your hair, I agree wholeheartedly with the person who said to NOT use baking soda if you color your hair.or the chelating treatments either. Nonetheless, I have been at this for a bit of a long time, please trust me on this. A well-known fact that is. I’ve also had clients who finished up their shampooing with bottled water. Baking soda will get product build up OFF of the hair, however, what you need is a chelating product. Generally, even shampoos made for gray hair will brighten almost any color. On p of that, our hair is like a sponge and if you fill that sponge up with water that ain’t full of minerals first, it at least helps to block plenty of minerals. Spray your hair down with bottled water before showering.I know it seems a bit odd.
Malibu products will do the job ladies.
a chelating product will get minerals that build up INSIDE of the hair.
John Freida has a color care line for blondes that should help. All the best ladies! Try something with a blue or purplish tint. Please be cautious using it right before or just after any chemical treatment in general, the pH extent of baking soda could affect the strength and moisture content of your hair by reacting with any chemical treatment. Tinted shampoos and rinses will also the big issue completely. To be honest I would like to try the one on the shower head, we have a filter system without results.
I have well water and when we first moved here I didn’t have a clue.
It really makes no difference as I shampoo with rain water or a gallon of bottled water, I now use DESIGNLINE Clarifying Shampoo.
I also figured out that my hair grabbed the redish due to my hair being permed. Within a couple of months my natural gray hair turned an ugly shade of dark red. Remember, I can’t even use our water to cook. I’m sure it sounds familiar. It ok almost nine months before I could cut off enough to rid of it. Even with a water softener, well water can have minerals. Ion, a line sold at Sally, has a water softening shampoo. What my hairdresser said to do to remove build up from my hair is very simple. Oftentimes you use this once a week or as needed. Fact, get a jar and mix Aussie shampoo at Walmart and add baking soda and apple cider vinegar. It really works! I’d say if you leave it in an open container it will solidify and later you can use it like a bar of soap.
OMG you are saving my life!
It was and is still really shocking to me.
Each time I go to get my hair highlighted, they say that it’s dark green from the well water. Dull, lifeless.and my curls.well, they are there but not like they used to be.I am PRAYING this will help.vinegar here I come.coconut oil it requires so it’s HORRIBLE! With THICK healthy hair started coming out in handfulls, the water made us sick, my daughter is allergic to something in it to the point that she gets a temporary rash everytime she showers.ALL over.THEN.our hair both of us.HANDFULLS!!! ONE thing I never worried about as LONG as I had a perfect stylist.curly, full.and I moved into a house with well water.