Is BodipHier Hair Relaxer Safe?

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BodipHier hair relaxer is safer than most other relaxers, as it consists of mostly natural ingredients, but it does not create the dramatic results of more abrasive relaxers. Understand the chemical makeup of BodipHier hair relaxer with information from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.

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Hi, my name is Lauren, and today, I'm here to discuss, if bodiphier hair relaxers are safe. Bodiphier hair relaxers claim to be 100% natural. They are infused with different minerals, and vitamins, and amino acids, that your hair actually needs, in order to remain healthy, therefore, creating less damage to your hair. Most straighteners, when you put them on, have a harsh chemical called lye in them. Lye actually helps break down that bond, and kind of helps move the hair. They do not use lye in their bodiphier relaxer, they actually use an alkaline water. The water helps also penetrate that hair shaft, and break down that bond. Another thing that's different between regular relaxers and a bodiphier relaxer, is that regular relaxers use sodium hydroxide, in order to help break that bond down, where a bodiphier relaxer uses sodium carbonate. Now, it is supposed to be less abrasive, less harsh, better for your hair, and it will not harm your hair. However, like most things in life, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. If your hair is very kinky curly, and very coarse, the bodiphier relaxer will probably not give you your desired results. It will not be strong enough, in order to truly smooth your hair, and relax all of your curl. If you're looking for a more natural way of relaxing your hair, and if your curl is not that spiraled, or is not that tight, you can use a bodiphier relaxer, and get amazing results, and it will be a little bit better on your hair, so yes, a bodiphier relaxer is better for your hair.


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