Just For Me Texture Softener Before And After, Customer Reviews: Just For Me Texture Softener


I am so tired of seeing misleading information about the Just For Me Texture Softener, that I decided to make a post about it. I do not wish to offend anyone.

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Edit: A post on a forum inspired me to make this. Someone posted a lot of misleading information. She deleted the thread after I gave her this link though.To sum it up, if you or your child has used the Just For Me “Texture Softener”, then you have a relaxer. A no-lye relaxer, but a relaxer nonetheless.After looking at Just For Me Texture Softener”s website, I think it is safe to say this product is marketed towards African American/Biracial children. Specifically Biracial children if you read their Advice for Moms section.First we will talk about ingredients, which I could not find on their website. Surprise, surprise. I googled “Just For Me Texture Softener ingredients” and Walgreens was the first to pop up.Ingredients: Water- Aqua, , Petrolatum, , Cetearyl Alcohol, , Mineral Oil- Paraffinum Liquidum, , Polysorbate 60, , Calcium Hydroxide, , Propylene Glycol, , PEG-75 Lanolin, , Sodium Stearoamphoacetate, , Aloe Barbadensis, , Oleth-3 Phosphate, , Linalool, , Fragrance- Parfum, , Water- Aqua, , Guanidine Carbonate, , Xanthan Gum, , Denatonium Benzoate, , Green 5- CI 61570, , Green 8- CI 59040, , Water- Aqua, , Sodium Laureth Sulfate, , Disodium Cocoamphodipropionate, , Citric Acid, , Polyquaternium-7, , PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate, , Polysorbate 20, , Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein PG-Propyl Silanetriol, , Algae Extract, , Aloe Barbadensis, , PEG-150 Distearate, , Tetrasodium EDTA, , Phenolsulfonphthalein, , Diazolidinyl Urea, , DMDM Hydantoin, , Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, , Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, , Benzyl Salicylate, , Butyl Phenyl Methyl Propional, , Citronellol, , Coumarin, , Linalool, , Fragrance- Parfum, , Carthamus Tinctorius, , Helianthus Annuus, , Glycine Soja, , Mineral Oil- Paraffinum Liquidum, , Zea Mays, , Limnanthes Alba, , Lanolin Oil, , Tocopheryl Acetate, , Cetyl PEG/PPG-10/1 Dimethicone, , Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, , BHT, , Amyl Cinnamal, , Citral, , Limonene, , Linalool, , Fragrance- Parfum, , Water- Aqua, , Mineral Oil- Paraffinum Liquidum, , Polyquaternium-22, , Hydroxyethylcellulose, , Acetamide MEA, , Panthenol, , Hydrolyzed Keratin, , Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, , Sodium Cocoyl Collagen Amino Acids, , Algae Extract, , Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein PG-Propyl Silanetriol, , Simmondsia Chinensis, , Tocopheryl Acetate, , Aloe Barbadensis, , Oleth-3 Phosphate, , Sorbitan Stearate, , Linoleic Acid, , Linolenic Acid, , Triticum Vulgare, , Wheat Germ Acid, , Propylene Glycol, , Sorbitol, , Cocoyl Sarcosine, , Methylisothiazolinone, , Methylchloroisothiazolinone, , Fragrance- Parfum, , Water- Aqua, , Mineral Oil- Paraffinum Liquidum, , Lanolin, , Lanolin Wax, , Petrolatum, , Lanolin Oil, , C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, , Hydroxylated Lanolin, , Panthenol, , Sorbitan Oleate, , Sodium Borate, , Methylparaben, , Diazolidinyl Urea, , Limonene, , Fragrance- Parfum, , Red 33- CI 17200, So I took a trip over to Teri”s ingredients dictionary.Calcium hydroxide AvoidOften found in “no-lye” relaxers and texturizers.It is still as harshly alkaline as lye. Highly caustic. Denatures hair and can dissolve it. Can cause severe burns on skin. Of the same pH found in oven cleaners, drain cleaners and hair removers. Pg 155. Read more about calcium hydroxide here.

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Guanidine carbonate Avoid This is mixed with calcium hydroxide to form guanidine hydroxide, a common ingredient in relaxers. Pg 155 This is also listed on the Walgreens website under WARNINGS, which I assume is also listed on the box.Warnings:-This product contains calcium hydroxide and guanidine carbonate – toxic.- Keep out of reach of children.- Keep this product and all others away from eyes and mouth.-Product may be harmful if it accidentally gets into eyes or mouth.-Contains alkali agent.-Avoid contact with eyes. Can cause blindness. -Can cause hair breakage and/or loss.-If product gets into eyes, wash eyes thoroughly with water. -If product is swallowed, consult a physician immediately.-Follow directions carefully to avoid skin and scalp burns, hair loss and eye injury.-Do not use on bleached or permanently colored hair which is breaking, splitting or otherwise damaged.-If hair has been previously treated with Texture Softener or relaxed, apply only to new growth as described in the instructions.-If product causes skin or scalp irritations, rinse out immediately and wash with the shampoo included in the kit.-If irritation persists or if hair loss occurs, consult a physician immediately.-Please wear suitable gloves. -Misuse of this product can cause hair damage.Here is what I find very interesting when I go under the Advice for Moms section:”Building Your Daughter”s Self Esteem Starts EarlyEthnic and multi-ethnic children, especially little girls, realize the values that society places on outer appearances, especially what may make them different, much sooner than you might think. Little girls form their self-image early and are impacted by messages and other influences in their environment. By the time your daughter begins to interact socially with friends or family members or take in the many messages in the media, she will have some idea about her image and how others may view her. In order to ensure your daughter has a healthy self-concept, it is important to begin talking to her about her identity as soon as possible so that you can instill in her a strong self-esteem and a healthy self-image. It is just as important to de-emphasize the importance of outer beauty and communicate to her that her beauty begins on the inside. Because we believe this is crucial for little girls, Just for Me™ Texture Softener™ tapped nationally renowned clinical psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere to offer ways to start the dialogue with your child. “Building your daughter”s self esteem DOES start early but putting chemicals in your daughter”s hair most certainly will not “build” her self esteem. They might be lead to believe that their natural hair is not good enough, or pretty enough.That”s why we as parents need to tell our children every day that they are beautiful, that their hair is beautiful, and it is not some difficult task to take care of.Do not talk negative about your childs hair infront of them. Kids pick up on things very easily, I think we should all know that.Now, lets move on to Just For Me Texture Softener”s F.A.Q”s section:My daughter”s curly/kinky hair is difficult to manage. Why should I use Just For Me! Texture Softener? Tightly curled hair tangles causing breakage when combed. Just For Me™ Texture Softener™ softens the natural hair texture to prevent breakage caused by combing and styling.*First of all, ALL hair can break if it is not detangled properly. Kinky curly hair may take a little more time but the Just For Me Texture Softner is NOT the solution! You need to learn how to properly detangle the hair. Simple as that. Work on wet hair, in sections, comb through with a wide tooth comb starting from the ends and working your way up. Try finger combing first for an easier detangling session.Also, I want to be CLEAR that on the Just For Me Texture Softener”s website, they state “Texture Softener™ is so gentle it can be used on girls as young as five years old.”, FIVE years old. So yes, to those of you who have said it can be used on children of all ages (in forums) you are wrong. They surprisngly have an age limit.

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I am not making this post to put anyone down. I know people make mistakes. I know once upon a time there was not a whole lot of natural children”s hair care information out there. I wanted to make this post for anyone considering the Just For Me Texture Softener. I hope that by seeing the harsh chemicals they use and reading the warnings you will change your mind.Curly hair is not hard to manage, you just need to learn how to properly care for it. Of course, if you have the means (internet access) to do research, then PLEASE, do your research mama”s!! Please feel free to email me any specific questions at brianowens.tv


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