Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Aphogee Protein Treatment on Afro Kinky Textured Hair


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When I first used this treatment, this was my take on it. However, after weeks of using the treatment, I do not feel the same way. Although it made my hair stronger and made me realize that my fine hair could use a protein treatment. BUT, definitely NOT Aphogee. In the same week I used the treatment, I was experiencing a lot of breakage. I stayed on top of deeply moisturizing my hair and it was still breaking. That protein treatment is designed for hair that is damaged via chemical processes. The reason I used was because my ends were color treated, but it was still too strong for my hair. I believe my hair needs protein treatment (I have used  Shea Moisture Anti Breakage Mask and did not experience any breakage AT ALL, plus my hair feels very strong)

My point: If you need a protein treatment in your hair, start with the light ones. I do not believe that Aphogee is for natural hair. Natural hair is not damaged because it is not chemically processed. However, natural hair does experience wear and tear from combing, styling, exposure to the elements, lack of moisture, rough handling etc. That's when the need for a protein treatment comes in, to fill in those cracks created by physical damage.

I use protein treatment when my hair needs it, which is usually about once a month. These are some of the protein treatments I have used and can honestly highly recommend.

Shea Moisture Anti Breakage Masque
Essentious Rejuvenate strengthening Protein Treatment
Aubrey Organics Glycoprotein Balancing Conditioner
Aveda Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment with quinoa protein


 I use all of them with heat and always follow with a moisturizing treatment. They are all fabulous products.

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