Today I’ll be sharing some information about the Cherry Lola Caramel treatment. A treatment which is a pre-step in the maximum hydration method regimen.
If you have low porosity hair, you’ve probably heard of the Cherry Lola Treatment. This is a treatment named after a natural hair blogger/vlogger who created this treatment, called Cherry Lola. This is a mild protein treatment that contains Yogurt, Baking Soda and Amino Acids. It’s used to help lift the cuticles and help the hair have an easier time absorbing moisture. It’s known to help boost moisture levels and eliminate frizz.
The caramel treatment is a deep penetrating treatment that is known to hydrate and restore life to hair. It contains honey, olive oil, bananas, molasses and ACV as some of it’s ingredients. This treatment can also be purchased from a company called E’TAE.
Pinkecube (the lady who created the maximum hydration method) combined the two treatments, to form the Cherry Lola Caramel Treatment.
In my experience this treatment worked like magic. My hair was completely transformed and restored. I felt like it was given a new life line. My hair felt super soft, I have never experienced this level of softness with my hair before.
The only con if there were any, is it’s super messy. Make sure you wear an old tshirt and have lots of towels close by, when doing this treatment.
This treatment can be done as often as every two weeks or more depending on the special needs of your hair.
In the maximum hydration method this treatment is used to jumpstart the absorption of moisture. This is why it is recommended right after doing this treatment to deep condition over night or steam your hair with conditioner to reap the full benefits of this treatment. Do not clarify your hair after this treatment! It would defeat the whole purpose of the treatment!
In the next post I will be giving the exact measurements for the treatment and showing a little demo on how I created the mixture and how it worked on my hair.
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