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Old 07-20-2005, 07:48 PM   #1
 
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Default Do Anything Extra for Sun Protection?

Noticing my hair is a bit dryer this week due to the hot weather (90s) with a lot of humidity although I do spritz (aloe/lavendar/flaxgel) throughout the day, but a couple of hours later, feels dry again. Could it be the spritz? Which products offer sunscreen protection?
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Old 07-21-2005, 12:19 AM   #2
 
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repeating this from another thread...I have been told that shea butter the unrefined kind has a natural sunscreen...
SO its part of my leave-in mix. My hair has been staying moist even with the crazy heat...don't know if the shea is helping.
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Another butter with natural sunscreen in avocado butter.
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redken's sun milk and their UV rescue line is pretty good for protection from the sun

http://www.redken.com/consumer/produ...=1&b=277&p=661
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