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Stop Frizzy Hair and Get Shine to Damaged, Chemically Treated Hair

Updated on July 4, 2007

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A Great Hair Strenghtener and Nourisher
A Great Hair Strenghtener and Nourisher

Salon Quality Hair at Home

Finally, you can take care of your hair from home and look like you stepped fresh out of the salon, as if you were your own stylist. Beauty 4 Ashes Christian Co., which is fairly new to the United States, has an incredible line of natural hair care products that will leave your hair looking salon professional and sleek, without spending hundreds of dollars and hours in a hair boutique. For many of us women, it is impossible to maintain our hair properly because we are juggling work, personal development, tight finances, and our family lives. As a result, we do not pay attention to our hair until it is too late. By this time, we have to resort to the dreaded "Big Chop." However, this does not have to be the case anymore.

Recently, a study was conducted comparing chemical shampoos to all-natural shampoos. The results were stunning. Out of the 500 women surveyed in a study, Beauty 4 Ashes Christian Co.'s GodHead Silky Smooth Shampoo & Conditioner was ranked #1 for treating damaged hair, restoring bounce, reducing frizziness, creating shine, and hydrating brittle hair, followed respectively by #2 Aubrey Organics GPB Conditioner (a natural product as well) # 3 John Freida Frizz Ease (a synthetic shampoo) and #4 Garnier Fructis Fortifying Shampoo (a synthetic shampoo).

The result astounded many, because very few people expected there to be a difference between the all-natural products and the more common drugstore hair care products. Over 67% percent of the respondents reported that the drugstore shampoos made their hair feel more dry and flat looking in appearance than the all-natural products that they used for two weeks. Also, women who had chemically treated hair noticed that with the GodHead products, their hair was more easy to manage and looked less frizzy overall, compared to immediate, quickly fading results from Frizz Ease and Garnier.

So there you have it. You can maintain your hair from home and restore its health without breaking the bank. Don't give up on the arduous task of taking care of your hair yet. Although maintaining a healthy looking head of hair can be almost as time consuming as taking care of a child, due to your hair's "disobedience and unruliness," there are products on the market that can help. Products such as GodHead TM are an example. They can be found at wwwdiscoverb4acom. Just to note, GodHead TM products vary from Aubrey Organics products slightly because they are filled with scalp nourishing oils, such as shea, jojoba, cocoa butter, avocado, coconut, etc.

You can have fabulous hair ! Just start squeezing in a little more time for yourself in the morning and before bed to properly maintain you hair.

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      shirley 9 years ago

      Thank you for posting this info, I'd give it a shot!

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