Friday, December 30, 2011

CHOLESTEROL FOR YOUR HAIR, NOT YOUR HEALTH.

I've been having a love affair with thick heavy cholesterol creams for my hair.  Cholesterol conditioners have all the characteristics that I like . Cholesterols are thicker than most rinse out conditioners. They add weight to my coils, coating my hair making detangling easier for me and less stressful on my strands 4a, 4b cooly strands. They are super cost efficient, costing less than $4 for 20 oz.  In a recent post I used the Le Kair Shea Butter Cholesterol and with fabulous results. Leaving it in is also making styling my thick kinky hair easy. One thing that is important when leaving conditioners in my hair is I do a final rinse to remove excess conditioner especially on the scalp. This reduces that nasty and dreadful WHITE STUFF. You know they stuff people SEE but don't SAY anything about .





11 comments:

  1. @MrsSpontaneity Yes so does my hair . :O)

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  2. @Star2Star Ive used the LeKair Shea Butter and the Lustrasilk Olive oil one as leave ins

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  3. I picked up the olive oil cholesterol to try. Seeing this post has definitely peeked my interest.

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  4. I love Queen Helene Cholesterol Hot Oil treatment and Hair Mayonaise.... cholesterol is good for hair!

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  5. I use these but never as a leave in. Do you apply it again after the final rinse or just don't rinse it all out?

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  6. @Thrifty Chick After I condition my hair, I just put my head under the water for a few seconds, focusing more on the scalp and once the crown feels pretty free from conditioner, I smooth and get the excess water and conditioner out, and whatever is left which is a good enough amount (to feel) I then style. Style usually means a bun, or plaits/braids

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  7. I didn't know you posted a review on the Shea cholesterol....I need to go look. I have a love hate thing for cholesterol. I hadn't used it since my perm days. My ex husband put me up on it. I'm really not liking any condish lately case it seems these companies are changing freaking recipes left and right. O_o so I'm try the cholesterol and add some type of oil, and see how that work out.

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  8. To me it whats better than some pricey natural conditioners.

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  9. @Kooky Ladibaby What was your issue with cholesterol. What was the hate? I have tried a couple that I didn't like as much as others, but I do like them better than some expensive natural conditioners, as @Starspell5 said.

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