I used this years ago and it was the best cream or product I ever found for styling my hair. Does anyone know of a product by Graham Webb that is basically the same thing, but in a different product line?
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I understand your hair type as mine is the same way. I would suggest shoulder length cut with long layers and a side swept bang. Frizzy hair will stay frizzy until you either put product in it or you use a big round brush when blow drying. My favorite time saver after washing my hair is to put a dime size portion of hair oil into your palms and rub together and then run your palms over the top layer of your hair. Blow hair dry. And here's the quick style part. Get a set of velcro hair rollers in the largest and medium size you can find. Use the largest rollers on the top part of the head and medium for bottom layers. Using the hair dryer blow the heat on the curlers for about 15 seconds each. Turn the dryer to a cool setting and blow across each curler again. Remove the curlers and brush out and style. Your hair will be smooth and have body. I use the curlers also on days i don't wash my hair. I just roll the top crown using about 3 rollers to get body on top. I have found the 2 inch rollers work well to give body without curl and also smooth the hair. This is so much faster than using a curling iron or flat iron all over.
Good for what purpose? If you are using cream to lubricate bearings on a bicycle, then better choice would be grease from auto parts store. If you are using cream to slick down hair, then better product might be vaseline from drug store. If you are using cream as sunblock, then better choice is sunblock. If you are using cream to treat rash on cat, then better to take cat to vet. If you are using cream to protect from chapped lips, then lip balm is probably better choice. If you are using this cream to wash hands, better choice might be bar of soap. If you are using this cream as experiment on your skin to see if body absorbs chemicals that are added to creams, then you might have the best product. Try others and see which offers the most chemicals per dollar. Consider also that some moisturizing creams affect skin so that skin requires more cream to stay moist. Maybe it's the chemicals, so it's good to experiment. Cream from China might offer best chance of exposure to chemicals.
but I think
it really doesn't' matter if it says for men or women. The main difference is
probably a marketing one, that men don't want to be seen buying hair removal
cream that traditionally seems like a woman's product.
inhibiting cream is not the same as hair removal cream. Once you have got rid
of hair ie on your forearms, you can use hair inhibiting cream every day to
turn the thicker hairs into softer hair which should delay the time until you
need to do the next treatment.
yes! A lot of people have sensitive skin and react badly to hair removal
products, so I would recommend putting a patch on your skin, rinsing it off
after the time given on the instructions and then wait 24 hours to make sure
you don't have any adverse reaction to the product.
It would seem that the products you are currently using should help your acne and leave your skin soft and smooth. However, if you are not satisfied with the results, then you should consider changing brands. Of course we recommend our Colose Acne System and have never received any complaints and have not heard from anyone being dissatisfied with the products. BUT, you have to follow the cleansing routine faithfully and I think one of the major things you should do is to use a facial mask a couple of times a week. Our herbal facial mask is expecially made for acne prone skin. You also have to remember that your hair and scalp need moisture everyday too. If you wash your hair everday, you may want to consider a shampoo that does not create a lot of lather as those shampoo's do not contain a lot of surfactants which can dry out your hair. Also use a conditioner and leave some of the conditioner in your hair. See Hair Therapy to get the most beautiful hair.
Some skin and hair care products can cause acne. To help prevent and control acne flare-ups, take good care of your skin. For example, use a mild soap or cleanser to gently wash your face twice a day. Choose "non-comedogenic" make-up and hair care products. This means that they don't close up the pores.
If you go to www.deni.com
and click on Ice Cream/Yogurt Makers, then scoll down the page, below
the features it will say "Click here for the product manual" If this helped please rate me and let me know..good luck