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    I've heard that putting some oil like coconut oil or olive oil in ur relaxer is good for ur hair and it helps condition it and prevent overprocessing...have any of u guys tried it...if so how was it. i was thinking about trying it when i relaxed my hair
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    It should prevent over processing, as it slows down the relaxer process. I tried it but I cant remember the results. I think alot of the time I self relax like that my hair is underprocesd. But I prefer it that way than over processd. And my hair does turn out to be thicker (for obvious reasons) when it is under processd
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    thats good...i probably will try it next time. i would rather have my have overprocessed than underprocessed...r u texlaxed or u try to go bone straight
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    I would prefer underprocess than over process which can lead to damage... under processed is like texlaxed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jasnian0313 View Post
    thats good...i probably will try it next time. i would rather have my have overprocessed than underprocessed...r u texlaxed or u try to go bone straight
    I used to relax (not bone straight, but close enough to) but I have started texlaxing. so oil thing would come in handy. I was doing it with amla oil at one point.

    But I still have to make sure I have a serious condition after the relax.

    I still experimenting with mine at the moment, but I have to wait a while because I am trying to relax/ texlax my hair maximum of 4 times a year.

    In my opinion it is better to have you hair under-processed than over processed because 1. you cant rectify over processing but you can fix under processing.
    2. I can get my hair as straight as a relaxer with a Hard brush, some setting lotion, a scarf, and my flat irons (with the relevant heat protection of course!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Anti Hair Slave View Post
    I would prefer underprocess than over process which can lead to damage... under processed is like texlaxed.
    Same here! My new growth is always texlaxed.
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    Oil in the relaxer! That is something I will try next touch -up

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    thanks dividir...i think that if i do transition i will transition to texlaxed if nething...yea i would much rather be underprocessed than anything..w. the oil in ur relaxer how long do u leave the relaxer on ur head for??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasnian0313 View Post
    thanks dividir...i think that if i do transition i will transition to texlaxed if nething...yea i would much rather be underprocessed than anything..w. the oil in ur relaxer how long do u leave the relaxer on ur head for??
    The same length of time you would usually put it in for. Or maybe a bit longer , thats what I would do. Next time I self relax I have to try and mix in my oil.

    I am trying to see how long I can try to stretch my relaxer with out it breaking or me giving in to the creamy crack. But we'll see
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    ok...thanks
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