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katintheoc 04-17-2013 05:12 PM

Protein Sensitivity and Cherry Lola
 
I am coming to find that I am extremely sensitive to proteins in stylers, as well as when i am using a deep conditioner with my Huetiful steamer, assuming this is because the product actually enters into my hair shaft via the steamer. Although i tried the Cherry Lola treatment and had NO issues whatsoever, are the Cherry Lola ingredients considered proteins? I recently DC'd with a product containing Glycine Soja and found it's a soybean protein, and it seems that a lot of these products have hidden proteins. But i am so confused because the Cherrly Lola didn't adversely affect me. Trying to pin point which proteins are the ones i need to avoid.

kathymack 04-18-2013 06:38 AM

As I recall, the cherrylola treatment had the Bragg's Amino Acids (amino acids are the building blocks of protein) and yogurt (which also contains protein.) My hair hated the baking soda (even when I reduced it to 1/4 t.) I also didn't like that my hair smelled like teriyaki marinade and sour milk all day.

You could try IAgirl's protein treatment if you want to make something at home--it's gelatin (keratin.) That way, you can adjust the amount you use, add a lot of moisturizing ingredients and see how you do. Here's a link to it http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlta...-promised.html

secret_karma 04-18-2013 10:38 AM

My hair isn't too fond of protein either, but I can use certain products with protein with no problem. I tend to have problems with any kind of hydrolyzed protein, but amino acids and things like yogurt or avocado treatments don't bother me. I did read somewhere though that wet heat (steam) is better with moisturizing treatments and dry heat is better for protein treatments.

Goin'Grey 04-21-2013 08:36 AM

Kat,
Wheat protein will not be your friend. Soy I'd stay away from too. Keratin protein will probably be fine for you, as it is for me. I also do well with silk protein.

I have silk protein in my conditioner and keratin in a gel. I use only one protein product less than once a week and I'm fine.

Regards,


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