April, 2012


Turn any creamy leave-in conditioner to a spray conditioner and hair moisturizer

       Do you have a creamy leave-in conditioner that you just love but don’t know how to use it as a moisturizer? Add some fluid e.g distilled water, rose water or aloe vera juice to it. You can add a few drops of vegetable glycerine if you wish. However, if you live in a very humid environment  like I do, don’t add glycerin to it or it will absorb moisture from the environment and make your hair frizzy.      I usually use S-curl activator as my leave-inRead More

Back to the basics: deep conditioning

       Deep conditioning! Deep conditioning! This is the ultimate step of any healthy hair journey! It is simply leaving conditioner in your hair for some time to allow it to penetrate the hair shaft. Regular deep conditioning will help reduce damage caused by  heat, dyes, relaxers, weave-ons, braids, Sulfate shampoos, etc. It will also help you retain length.      Not all conditioners are deep conditioners because ONLY CONDITIONERS WHICH PENETRATE THE HAIR SHAFT CAN BE CALLED A DEEP CONDITIONER. Any conditioner whose usage instructions call for  immediate rinse-off isRead More

Why a healthy hair bootcamp?

       Hi guys, if you’re joining the Healthy Hair Bootcamp for 2012, please watch the video below. For the terms of the challenge, read Healthy Hair Bootcamp 2012! Ciao!   Dr Fomsky

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