How to realx hair without chemicals

how do u relax curly hair without a chemical all advice is appreciated im new to letting my hair go natrually and its really thick and corkscrew like plz help me
Some people use a coconut relaxer recipe to loosen their curl. This makes the hair more manageable, but it doesn't straighten your hair the way a relaxer does. You can find a recipe at www.blackhairinformation.com but there are others all over the net as well. I'm not sure whether or not you are you looking to completely straighten the hair or just loosen it.
There is a product called naturalaxer but most people warn against using it because it has the same harmful effects as a regular relaxer but you can do research to see if this is something that you are interested in. There is a post on here about it where you can read people's reviews and pov's of it.
I hope this helps!

ETA: here is the link to the post on naturalaxer you'll notice that one person also recommends the coconut and lime relaxer whose recipe is on the website I mentioned above
Naturalaxer
Last Relaxer: May 22, 2009
Long-term Transitioner
Hair type: 4a/4b I think / L.O.I.S. : OS, medium, wiry
Current: Fine, relaxed APL Goal: Full, natural, BSL
Staples: Giovanni Direct Leave-in, EVOO
Crown & Glory Method
Personal No Heat challenge
~Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.~
http://public.fotki.com/JazLani

Last edited by Nita; 06-24-2009 at 01:14 AM.
Here is the link to the post about naturalaxer: Naturalaxer
you'll notice that one person recommends the coconut and lime "relaxer" whose recipe is on the website that mentioned above. Again I hope this helps a little!
Last Relaxer: May 22, 2009
Long-term Transitioner
Hair type: 4a/4b I think / L.O.I.S. : OS, medium, wiry
Current: Fine, relaxed APL Goal: Full, natural, BSL
Staples: Giovanni Direct Leave-in, EVOO
Crown & Glory Method
Personal No Heat challenge
~Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.~
http://public.fotki.com/JazLani

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