Is ORS good for relaxed hair?

Is ORS good for relaxed hair?

ORS Replenishing Conditioner is my “go-to” treatment on relaxer day. Why? Because it has the best moisture/protein balance that my hair craves right after a relaxer. Not to mention, the conditioner also helps to restore the moisture levels back into the hair.

Is ORS hair Mayonnaise good for relaxed hair?

Great product to strengthen hair after use of relaxer. Make sure you know if your hair needs more moisture or strength. This product is good for strengthening. I would strengthen one month 15 min under dryer and focus on moisture another month depending on what my hair called for.

Do you condition after relaxer?

Once the relaxer and neutralizing shampoo are completely rinsed away, don’t skip the critical step of conditioning. Processing your tresses places stress on them, and they need some serious TLC after relaxing.

Is ORS Replenishing Conditioner a protein treatment?

The ORS Repleshining Conditioner deeply penetrates to restore moisture and add shine to the hair scalp. Formulated with Olive Oil, Sweet Orange Oil and Marine Proteins, this conditioner fortifies and balances moisture and protein levels, resulting in stronger, healthier hair that is shiny and manageable.

How do you use ORS Replenishing Conditioner?

After shampooing apply a generous amount to hair and comb through for thorough distribution. Place a plastic cap over the hair and sit under a warm dryer for 10-15 minutes or leave on the hair for 45 minutes to 1 hour without heat. Rinse thoroughly.

What does olive oil do to relaxed hair?

Some of the top benefits of using olive oil on colored, relaxed, or natural hair are: Increased manageability and shine by moisturizing the hair. Reduced scalp issues from the anti-fungal and antibacterial properties olive oil has.

What does a replenishing conditioner do?

The ORS Olive Oil Replenishing Conditioner is Enriched with Sweet Orange Oil, silk proteins and olive oil this conditioner softens, detangles, moisturizes and strengthens the hair. Imparts natural shine to the hair. Detangles.

What is the difference between deep conditioning and protein treatment?

Protein treatments are a tad more intensive than deep conditioners. Having high-porosity hair just means that your hair’s cuticles are raised, so doing a protein treatment every once in a while will help fill in the gaps and make your hair hold moisture in longer.