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Here are some of the questions I get asked the most, and what my answers have been. This way you can get your answers immediately, without having to wait on me. And you never know, you might find answers to a few questions you didn't even know you had yet.

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Question:
I Thought Alcohol Is Bad For Hair, But I See It In All the Conditioners You Recommend
Answer:
Alcohol leads a double life. Some types are great for your hair and other types are bad for it. Rubbing-type alcohols are drying (avoid SD alcohol 40, ethanol, and isopropyl alcohol). These are often found in styling products to help it evaporate more quickly. This way applying something like a styling spray won't end up making your hair wet. However, this ability to evaporate so rapidly is also what makes these type of alcohols drying.

The good types of alcohols are moisturizing, such as Stearyl alcohol and Ceatyl alcohol. These are found in conditioners and skin care lotions. They help moisturize and condition your hair (or skin), and give your hair weight when left in.
 

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