Contains natural, cooling ingredients to soothe and calm the scalp
Helps to add shine to hair
Soothes scalp tightness on scalp due to braids, sewn-in weaves, extension styles
Daily conditioning: Spray the Protective Mist Bodifier ™on the hair and scalp for braids, locks, twists and natural hair styles. Use at least 3 times a week for best results. Comb out/detangling: Shampoo hair, towel dry and separate it into large braided sections. Next start at the nape area of your hair and un-braid one section at a time. Apply the Protective Mist Bodifier ™ to your hair in the un-braided section. Then comb the product through your hair using a wide tooth comb. Comb out from the ends and work up to the roots. Can be used on dry hair. To remove braid: It will be easier to remove the braids if you have used the Protective Mist Bodifier ™ as a daily conditioning spray during the time you wore your braided style. Even without this protective care, you can still use the spray as a braid remover. Just follow these simple directions: To remove human hair extension braids: If your hair is chemically processed, wet the braids first. If not, do not wet the braids. Separate the hairstyle into several bunches of braids. Start at the nape area and work with one section at a time. Spray the Protective Mist Bodifier ™ on the point of extension attachment and on the braids. Use your fingers to work the product into the braids. The hair should begin to loosen. Use a comb to undo the links in the braids. To remove Kanekalon or synthetic braids: Separate the hairstyle into several bunches of braids. Start at the nape area and work with one section at a time. Spray the Protective Mist Bodifier ™ to the point of attachment and on the braids. Use your fingers to work the product into the braids. The hair should begin to loosen. Use a comb to undo the links in the braids. IMPORTANT: After you have removed the extensions, do not shampoo the hair until you have thoroughly combed through the hair. NOTE: It will be a disaster if you do shampoo before combing the hair out – especially if the hair is chemically processed. Take your time!