Whole proteins in foods are generally too large to be useful. So they are broken into smaller fragments (hydrolyzed protein). Amino acids (individual units of proteins) on the other hand are too small.
The curly hair community worldwide is raving about coconut oil. Indians are not new to using coconut oil on hair at all. I had explained everything about oils here – Oils and curly hair – Benefits, types and ways to apply. And I had mentioned that coconut oil is a little different to other oils because it is the most penetrative oil.
I’m Anjana, a Software Engineer who fell in love with my curly hair around 2009. I still remember the days when I would comb and brush my hair over and over again expecting miracles to happen, but my hair forever looked like hay. And now after umpteen experiments with techniques, hair products and methods, my hair hasn’t looked better!
Here are some of the frequently asked questions related to curly hair care and hair products. This will be updated as and when reader doubts increase 🙂
When I first started co-washing, I realized the importance of massaging your scalp to get rid of dirt and impurities. In short, a motion is required along with a dirt “remover” ingredient. Just pouring a product on your scalp will not clean it. It’s the rubbing motion that lifts dirt and oil. As an added benefit, the massaging also promotes blood circulation to scalp leading to healthier hair.
A strict CG method may be too overwhelming for beginners who have just decided to embrace their curly hair which is why I have a fuss-free kit for beginners – Beginner Friendly Products – Curly Hair Starter Kit