Monday, April 27, 2015

Caramel Treatment, would you try?

Hello Naturalists,

If any of you are like us, we are always looking for new products or items to soften or loosen our tighter curls. Well I did some research on different solutions and products and came across something called a "caramel treatment". Now, at first I was like, why would you want to put that in your hair, it's a sticky, messy, and it can get hard. While doing more research, I found out that you use molasses, coconut oil, honey, olive oil, bananas or baby food banana, water, apple cider, and corn startch. People recommend that you to use this method once a month to keep your results consistent. I am assuming when doing this treatment you do it on clean, dry hair. Part your hair into your desired sections and apply the treatment on your hair lavishly. Once you are done, put a cap on your hair let it sit for 1-2 hours or overnight. Use a sulfate-free shampoo and deep condition then style as usual. 

Honey- 6 tbs
Olive Oil- 6 tbs
Bananas (can use baby food also)- 203 overripe and very soft
Molasses- 3 tbs
Water- 4-6 tbs
Apple Cider Vinegar- 1 tbs
Cornstarch- 1-2 tbs depending on how thick you want it to be
Coconut or Jobjo oil-2 tbs

The process
Here is the link:

Here is the link:

Now, this treatment may not work for everyone due of your hair texture. Of course, it doesn't hurt to try it. I plan to give it a try to at least see my results. If you give it try let us know how it turns out and also let others know. 

As Always Stay Classy.

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