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    Posted: May 19 2005 at 9:53pm
I can't get my dry damaged dry brittle hair to be fixed. I use dove shamppo and conditioner the moisturizer one. I started to use V05 hot oil shampoo works cuz i wanna try hot oil treatment. Nothing seems to work. I want my hair to be all staright and silky again. ne advice??
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Try using a deep conditioner, preferably a high quality one. I tried Phyto Sesame (not sure if its a deep conditioner) and it works well!
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definetly a deep conditioner and dont settle for cheap ones. go to sallys and get a real good one.
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Get a good trim and buy some organic products. Don't use those cheap shampoo and conditioners. They are known to dry the hair.
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Go to a Sally's and get Nature's Therapy Mega Moisture Nurturing Creme by L'Oreal. It is a terrific deep conditioner and you don't need a heat cap to reap the benefits. (Heat is probably the LAST thing your hair needs right now.)

If you don't have a Sally's nearby, you can get it at a number of online sites like this one:

http://www.haircareusa.com/loreal_natures_therapy.htm

Good luck!

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do some oil treatments a nice heavy oil like coconut:)
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I have really course, thick hair that is really dark almost black. I am part cicilian. A few years ago, I lightened my hair to an almost auburn. I know, I know, major damage. I have recenlty started to put mayonaise on my hair. I read somewhere that it is supposed to help with damage. In my opinion, it really does. I also have started to use jojba oil. I put in at night and braid my hair. In the morning, I wash and cond as normal. I also have been useing it as a stying aid. Like friz eeze. A little goes a long way, so be careful, or it will be to oily. This has really helped my hair. I hope this healps some. 
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I heard that mayonaise helps,but how do u go about using it?I want to help my dry hair.
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Just put it in like a co treatment, the longer the better.Wash it out as you normally wash and co. Multiple cos have really changed my hair. try using more than one when you wash.
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It's not going to happen overnight! Go buy Joico k-pak deep penetrating reconstructor use it DAILY! You can also do a deep treatment with it once a week by leaving it in for up to 3 hours. After about 3 months of this you will notice a difference. Don't dye your hair, No perms and no hi lighting. It will contribute to dry hair.
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you should stop using Dove! You need hair therapy products. I used this when I through a rough time for my hair as well: http://www.thebeautyplace.com/beauty-gift-guide/PM7473.html try it!
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