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Default What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

My hair is 85% natural now. I had bought a lye relaxer at the BSS several months ago and got the shampoo too. Since I am not relaxing my hair again I threw away the relaxer tub but I still have the shampoo.

What would happen if I use it on my hair? It is safe to use or should I throw it away as well? I hate throwing money in the trash since it is a big bottle.
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It's fine to use. Also if you use Nair or something you can use it to wash it off to make sure you don't burn your self

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Default Re: What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

Thanks for your response, I just wanted to be sure before I use it.
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My guess is it would have clarifying effect on the hair.
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Default Re: What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

I did this years ago. I found it to be drying but a good deep conditioner easily fixed the problem.
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Default Re: What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

do you know the ph balance on it? i think it will dry the hair out. it is used to bring the hair back to a normal balance, so it would be very acidic.
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do you know the ph balance on it? i think it will dry the hair out. it is used to bring the hair back to a normal balance, so it would be very acidic.
No I don't. But its the CoN Neutralizing shampoo. I haven't used it yet though but I think it would have a clarifying effect as well.
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Default Re: What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

try it on a small area and see how it works! after you use that, use a moisturizing shampoo next. after that, use a rinse out conditioner, before you deep conditoner your hair. the rinse out will help out more to soften your hair. my neutralizing shampoo is also a chelating shampoo. it is by Mizani Butter Bath. it doesn't dry or strip my hair at all.
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Default Re: What happens if you use neutralizing shampoo on natural hair?

I have used that isoplus neutralizing shampoo many times on my hair. Whenever I visit my mom's house she always has a bottle. I never thought anything about it until now. It works like any other shampoo.
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