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    Default Chlorine and Locs

    Greetings all,

    I'm sure this question has been asked before; I'm starting swimming lessons and want to know what I can put on my hair to keep it from becoming more damaged than it already is.

    I have bleached it, dyed it and it is EXTREMELY dry. I have to keep it saturated with conditioner to retain moisture..

    Just don't want hard crunchy locs. I did purchase the swimmers shampoo, but it stripped it of my natural oil.

    Suggestions are appreciated.
    Bead Queen[color=#FF99FF]

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    I don't know how often you will be swimming but i swim every week end and i don't do anything before but i do shampoo and do hot oil treatments AFTER .
    My locks are fine
    After 8 years of locks , back to loose hair!!

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    ^^^ Hot oil treatments are wonderful. I thnk for the average lock head w/o excessive dyeing may not not be as compromised. Dyeing and bleachng reeks havoc on loose and locked hair. You would have to tweek ur regimen with lots of moisture and hot oil treatments more often.
    TO BE LOCKED IS TO BE FREE!!!!

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