I bought the Comb out - Co-Wash over two months ago. I had planned to use it then but realised I need to get my grey roots done at the hairdresser. On reflection, I should have taken it to the hairdressers and ask them to use this Co-Wash instead of their own product and then wrapped my hair in a cling film and returned home.
Well, I didn't do that two months ago. I had a had a treatment/moisturising conditioner at the hairdressers which the hairdresser assured me would leave my hair soft but when I returned home I found it was very dry. Coupled with that, the hair was untangled and difficult to comb out.
It was so painful to comb that I had to take two painkillers (paracetamols) to enable me to comb out and twist my hair. I thought this is it; there must be something wrong with my hair- I thought the hairdressers had done their best.
Despite the paracetamol, the twisting was still painfully, unpleasant and long experience because I kept stopping for relief.
Yesterday I used Root2Ttip Co-wash on my hair, I had left it on for about 2hours as I pottered around the house. I then washed out my hair and with no hot- air treatment ( which I thought made your scalp softer) When I came to twist my hair, I found the hair and scalp were very soft; no paracetamols needed- yeah! :)
And I enjoyed, yes enjoyed the experience of twisting my own hair. My hair was soft and manageable. I even realised that I could have managed with less oil in my hair - oh yes!
I put on a couple of DVDs and in worked continuously on twisting my hair instead of stopping and starting for relief)
I will continue to use the Co-Wash as a detangler and moisturiser. I will go to Lush and test first and try their dye because although I am concerned it may dry- I feel I have experienced the worst I will used the Root2Tip Co-Wash afterward to restore the moisture.