When I first learned about the Komaza Hair Analysis, one of the first things to cross my mind was, is it worth it. I even Googled the question but unfortunately, I didn’t have much luck finding an answer to my question. Therefore, I drug my feet to make a decision because I was skeptical. I finally got to a point where I was tired of struggling with my hair and purchased the hair analysis. This article discusses why the Komaza Hair Analysis was definitely worth the investment.
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Benefits of Komaza Hair Analysis
Pre-pooing is a must for my hair and is a step that Komaza supports so I didn’t have to make major changes in this area. I love extra virgin coconut oil especially since it’s said to help combat hygral fatigue. I apply it to my hair a day before I’m due to wash to let it penetrate into my strands. I then use the Komaza Pona Hair & Scalp on wash day to exfoliate my scalp and combat shedding.
I always used sulfates before starting my healthy hair journey. I somehow let the hair care community convince me sulfate-free shampoo was better. I’m now back to using sulfate shampoo with Komaza’s recommendation. I was hesitant at first but the change has been good since finding the right shampoo for my hair — Nexxus Therappe. It removes buildup yet it doesn’t strip my hair. Even my deep conditioners are performing better now that I’m no longer dealing with product buildup.
Komaza encouraged me to step away from the steamer and use body heat to avoid over conditioning my hair. Body heat has never really worked great for my hair so I’ve been using dry heat instead. My hair actually responds better to dry heat so I haven’t missed steaming whatsoever. Dry heat allows the product to absorb deep into the strands, thereby making the conditioning sessions far more effective. Product tend to slide off my hair when using moist heat and the overall feel of my hair isn’t as moisturizing when compared to dry heat.
After reviewing a second collection of strands, Komaza concluded I’m normal to high porosity. Who knew! Since incorporating sulfate shampoo and protein in my weekly regimen, my hair has never felt better.
Now that my hair is holding on to moisture, I’m able to go a few days without moisturizing without running the risk of my hair feeling dry. I must admit, I sometimes fall back in old habits and moisturize daily although Komaza does not recommend. Komaza feels daily moisturizing can lead to over moisturizing of the hair.
I’ve dealt with breakage in one form or another for the longest. As it turns out, my hair really does require protein. Increasing protein to include a reconstructor for weekly use and a medium protein treatment as-needed has really paid dividends. I’m no longer dealing with nagging breakage.
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