- It is a two-step process in which 1/2 to 2 oz of the DRC-28 is applied to freshly cleansed damp hair using an applicator bottle* to ensure full coverage of every strand
- To catch the run-off the hairline should be wrapped with a cotton towel
- After application, the hair should be covered with plastic cap and heat from a hooded dryer* or dryer attachment should be used to ensure the product gets in under the cuticle of the hair. Heat application lasts 15 minutes.
- Rinse out and apply a moisturizing conditioner* to hair
Nadege decided to add it to her moisturizing conditioner* but the manufacturers recommend that the product is used as directed and not mixed or combined with any other product. Still, she got great results from her experiment.
Nadege’s experience with both Pure Protein and DRC-28 had the latter coming out the winner and relegating all other reconstructors – Aphogee* included – to the bench as pretenders. She noted that the evidence that the product worked was noticeable after the first use. She had been using Pure Protein* and hadn’t gotten that effect.
She also noted that her hair didn’t get hard the way many protein reconstructors do; neither did it have the putrid smell that Aphogee has. Not only does Dudley’s DRC-28 deliver instant results, but the 16 oz bottle could last a full year. Granted, the price is steep at an average of $50; but when you consider the fact that it would last you longer than a bottle of Aphogee* and Pure Protein*, you would be getting your money’s worth.
Dudley’s DRC-28 has been in circulation for close to two years now and the majority of those who use it tend to be satisfied with the results. In the event that you decide to buy the product, as always, we caution you to ensure you do the research and only make a decision when you are satisfied with what your search unveils. As with many of these products, the salon grade seems to be potent and may present a challenge if you are unable to mix it to achieve the correct composition that will yield the awesome results people rave about. It would then be wise to not just research the product but check for a reputable licensed Dudley’s contact who has an established reputation of selling a top rate quality composition of the DRC-28.
I hardly know of anyone who would turn down unbreakable hair and our hair needs all the help it can get, especially when our lifestyles make it challenging to put in the nutrients we need to maintain our bodies adequately and still feed the follicles. With that being the case the Dudley’s DRC-28 could possibly be the best topical treatment to breathe life into limp hair battered by the elements, mistreated by unhealthy hair care practices and ravaged by things like postpartum shedding. Here’s to hoping that it’s still living up to the reviews and can still deliver miracles. I will be keeping my eye on this one. How about you?