Friday, October 29, 2010

Product Review: Roux Porosity Control Corrector and Conditioner

Roux Porosity Control corrector and conditioner is for equalizing porous chemically treated hair.
The Company says:
"Prep hair for chemical services with porosity control corrector to equalize hairs porosity and achieve predictable results. Silk Proteins moisturize, detangle and add beautiful luster. A 4.5 pH closes the cuticle and hair is returned  to a balanced state for increased smoothness and vibrancy......"


Chemically treated hair's pH is raised and the alkalinity makes the hair very porous, the cuticles are raised and the hair is just generally dry, dull and brittle. My hair has been through these horrible states. I decided to try this conditioner. which I have been using for two months now (used every four weeks). Words are not even enough to describe the transformation (which is immediate). After applying this conditioner (post shampoo), my hair becomes visibly thicker, stronger ,shinier, sooooooo much smoother,curlier. Oh my goodness, this one is the business. Please if you are experiencing issues with moisture retention due to your hair being porous, you should give this one a try.

When to use this:

If you are planning to color your hair, use this conditioner to prep your hair before and after.

If your hair refuses to retain moisture despite EVERYTHING that you have tried

How to use it

After shampooing your hair, leave it in your hair for about three minutes , rinse out and follow with a MOISTURIZING Conditioner, like Karen Body Beautiful luscious Mask. This is a very moisturizing conditioner.
This conditioner is a keeper in my regimen

3 comments:

  1. This sounds great! Thanks for sharing this.

    Take care, Tinuke

    zainab1
    AuNaturale007.blogspot.com

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  2. Great info. I think my mom used Porosity Control on my hair back in the day. Moisture retention is a big problem for me so I'll grab a bottle. Thanks for sharing!

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