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Perfectly Relax the Hair

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Can I add vinegar to my regular shampoo after a relaxer?

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You could add vinegar to your shampoo after a relaxer as some cultures practice it, this includes Dominican women. But it would sting when you leave it on your hair for some time. Vinegar is a popular product that a lot of people use for a lot of reasons. It is mostly known for being an excellent cleanser.

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Yes you can add vinegar to your conditioner or shampoo after relaxing. There are a lot of reasons why you can use vinegar to add it during shampooing and here are some:

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    Silicon free or chemical free
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    Natural ingredient
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    Can remove build up residue of shampoo
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    Seals hair cuticles.
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    Removes tangled hair
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    Helps to prevent dandruff
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    Less expensive than commercial products
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    Balances PH on your scalp
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Yes, you can do this as vinegar is very known to make your hair shiny, lighter, and more manageable. Even if you use this after a relaxer, it won't really affect its effects negatively. However, keep in mind that the smell of the vinegar may linger for a long time. Therefore, you may not want to use it when you are about to go outside or go to work. It may be best to use it at night, especially when you still intend to wash your hair again in the morning before going out.

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Can relaxer be rinsed with any shampoo?

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Yes, you can use any shampoo to rinse off the remaining chemicals of your relaxer. It would be best to select shampoo that is not very strong, so that you won't also affect the quality of relaxing on your hair.

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There are types of shampoo that are intended for chemically treated hair, such as those for colored hair. Those types are better options.

My relaxer did not work correctly?

I followed all the instructions. but it did not work.. still have my messy hair... but a little bit of hair got relaxed, others are not

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My hair is relaxed and colored and have very dry scalp. What can I do to help with the dry scalp?

I would like to use natural products that will help without affecting my relaxer and color.

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I have oily hair, can I add some vinegar to my shampoo?

Oily hair and none of the dozen shampoos have worked, so should I add vinegar to the shampoo?

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Is the Relaxer that I cut out in my new grown hair, its coming out really straight?

Hi I put a relaxer in my hair and it turned out bad. So I cut my hair and its growing but it seems as if the new strands is relaxed

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