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The Secret to Natural Hair Moisture Retention

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jessica pettway! by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.com There’s a lot of information out there about the importance of the hair’s cuticle and keeping it closed and smooth.  However, it’s important to note that you first actually want to open it to allow in the moisture and nourishment!  This article will share details on the structure of the hair, and how…

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pH and Natural Hair- What You Need to Know.

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by Tonya McKay “pH” is an abbreviation for “potential hydrogen” and is a scale used for ranking the relative acidity or alkalinity of a liquid solution. The precise mathematical definition of pH is the negative logarithmic value of hydrogen ion (H+) concentration in the solution. Read On>>> pH Example 0 battery acid 1 stomach acid 2 orange juice 3 vinegar…

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The Importance of pH Balance in Beauty Products

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by Dawn Michelle of MinimalistBeauty I’ve used many many cosmetic products over the years. Being in the retail beauty business, I had the opportunity to try many more products for free and receive full size cosmetics as gratis. Regardless of what cosmetic company I was using, the best products overall were pH balanced and for health purposes organic and chemical…

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What is pH and What Does it Have to do With Hair?

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“pH” is an abbreviation for “potential hydrogen” and is a scale used for ranking the relative acidity or alkalinity of a liquid solution. The precise mathematical definition of pH is the negative logarithmic value of hydrogen ion (H+) concentration in the solution. pH = – log [H+] A scale of zero to fourteen is used for pH, with 7.0 being…

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pH Balanced Daily Leave-in Spritz

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by KurlyBella of K is for Kinky I’m a big fan of pH balanced conditioners. After using them, my hair feels significantly different overall than it does when the conditioner is not pH balanced. My hair has always responded best to balanced pH and I know that’s because my hair needs to have my cuticles lay back down as flat…

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