I'm a swimmer - Can i do CG?

I swim four or five days a week, in the evenings. I have 3a hair, and find that it is usually dry, dull and breaks easily. I want to try CG but i don't know if not using shampoo will prevent all the chlorine from being washed off. Any recommendations? Should I try it?

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  • jandijandi Posts: 4Registered Users
    I swim about twice a week in the afternoons. I wear a cap, but my hair does get wet. After that I rinse in the shower and wash with conditioner--VO5. It works for me.
  • curlyjenn10curlyjenn10 Posts: 2,034Registered Users
    Yes, you should be able to. Here's some more info that you may find helpful:

    http://www.naturallycurly.com/curltalk/search.php?searchid=1602967
    CG since 6/15/08!
    Medium-Fine/Normal Porosity

    http://collegecurly.blogspot.com/
  • DiamondsCurlsDiamondsCurls Posts: 167Registered Users
    i had the same question not to long ago its around here somewhere...but i wet my hair b4 and put some condish and my swim cap on then did my regular co-wash but with a little lemon juice added and my hair was fine...there was a recipe with cucumbers, evoo, and egg as a weekly dt for swimmers also around...hth
    :afro:
    Hair Type: 3b-c/m/i
    HGs:KCKT KCCC
    Using:cowash VO5, TJ Nurish, orGVP PM Detandler condish/l.i. KCKT, stylers EcoStyler or ORS L&T, SheaButter Coconut Oil or EVOO seal, DT amla or brahmi powder ,DC AOHR, Henna, Multi+Biotin+FishOil+Probiotic
    Want 2 Try: Qhem Curls
    formerly KinkzNCurlz

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