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Repair Damaged Hair With An Aphogee Protein Treatment

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Hello Ladies,

If you haven’t yet heard of the aphogee protein treatment than you are in luck because that is exactly what I am blogging about today.  Here is how it works; if you hair has been damaged by either heat or just time in general it has the tendency to develop imperfections in the strands of hair along with split ends.  This is a natural occurrence over time as our hair is heavily exposed to the elements.

Then one day someone invented an aphogee treatment which is designed to repair said damage and restore the hair to a state of absolute bliss again.  With an aphogee treatment you can look forward to less shedding and more fortified hair, some say the benefit of the treatment can last up to a few months after it has been done.

Since the process is a bit complex I recommend keeping this video on hand to make sure you are following the steps correctly and not causing damage instead of repairing it.

I hope this is helpful and let us know your experience in the comments section below:

E. Salomon

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3 Comments

  1. Aphogee has been around forever, too much protein actually makes the hair brittle and brittle hair breaks easily. This is especially dangerous for extremely curly hair. Oil treatments and moisture giving treatments are much better for African hair.

    • Hi Chris,

      Thank you for you comment. I think it is always important to follow the instructions on products such as this where breakage can occur if you are not careful, and I also agree that moisturizing is extremely beneficial for all hair types.

      E. Salomon
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