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I just realized that most of my Kerastase and Loreal products have ceramides. I have only been on my Kerastase/Loreal regimen for a few weeks, but my hair is much stronger already. I have been using the Resistance line, because my hair was a bit overmoisturized.
I've been using hemp seed oil for the past few weeks. I bought sunflower and grapeseed oils for my daughter's hair but I'll being using those off and on too since I've used them in the past and liked them. I have a few more non-ceramide oils I want to try but I'll try to alternate them while I'm going through the testing phase.
Yesterday I co washed with the L'Oreal Repair 5 Conditioner, applied the L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil before blowdrying, and applied Nairobi Smokeless Pressing Cream before flat ironing which has Safflower oil in it.
I am washing today with Elixir Ultime and doing a dc with Volumactive ampli ciment. Afterwards I am using my Elixir Ultime oil dupe to detangle. Evoo has a small amount of ceramides so I will seal with it.
I've recently switched to using walnut or rice bran oil in my daily m&s - I've noticed that they don't seem to weigh my hair down by the end of the week the way others sometimes do. I think my hair is still softer at the end of each day too.