Steam Sessions – Treat Your Hair!

The reason heat is used when deep conditioning is to open the cuticles of the hair to allow the product to penetrate deeper, nourishing your strands that much better. And water is the ultimate moisturizer.

So when heat + water are combined you get steam, right! This is the basic reason why steamers are so awesome for the hair.

It is like deep conditioning on steroids, plumping your strands with so much moisture and nourishing conditioning products that the effects are normally felt after just one steam session. There are a few different ways you can steam so let’s go through them now:


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About EbonyCPrincess


EbonyCPrincess is a self proclaimed hair care enthusiast who began her quest for long healthy hair in 2009. Her hair is relaxed and type 4b (kinky, very tightly coiled). You can find more information about Ebony and her journey on her personal blog, or her YouTube channel youtube.com/EbonyCPrincess

About EbonyCPrincess


EbonyCPrincess is a self proclaimed hair care enthusiast who began her quest for long healthy hair in 2009. Her hair is relaxed and type 4b (kinky, very tightly coiled). You can find more information about Ebony and her journey on her personal blog, or her YouTube channel youtube.com/EbonyCPrincess

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