Aphogee Two-step Treatment Protein for Damaged Hair 16 oz.
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- Rebuilds hair structure within six weeks
- Ideal for permed, tinted or relaxed hair
- Stops hair breakage
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Size: 16 Ounce
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ApHogee Two Step Protein Treatment is a serious treatment for seriously damaged hair. It rebuilds broken damaged hair.
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And for once, when one of your fave products has a formula change, it's better than ever. I find that the new formula is not quite as messy (though still messy), lasts longer, and smells better, all while still being very effective, if not more. I use this every 4 months and the bottle lasts me a year at least, so great value.
Application is key. I have AA very dense, tightly coiled but FINE and fragile hair. If I glance at my hair wrong it snaps. This (and protective styling) has helped me retain length and also be able to heat style frequently with less damage. To make sure I distribute this evenly, I apply to small/medium sections, then first use a hand dryer with a concentrater nozzle on medium heat while gently stretching my hair/pulling it taut until it dries down a bit... because shrinkage. Then I dry the rest. This method has worked best for me; you can focus the air and heat flow on vulnerable areas of your hair, and it takes at least half the time a hooded dryer does.