Dudley’s Permanent Creme Relaxer is a sodium hydroxide (lye) relaxer that comes in mild, regular and super strengths. It has two built-in conditioners that protect the hair and scalp from damage during relaxing while enhancing sheen and softness.
Leaves Hair Straight & Silky
Dudley’s Permanent Creme Relaxer ia a sodium hydroxide relaxer that penetrates the cortex layer to soften and swell the hair fibers. During this process, the natural cystine disulphide bonds that make up the hair structure break and form a new bond. The new bond, lanthionine, gives the hair strands a straighter form.
Dudley’s Relaxers have a rich blend of special oils to help counter-balance the effect of sodium hydroxide by protecting the scalp and preventing the hair from breaking. The unique blend of oil and water in this product makes the relaxer less irritating to the scalp than any other relaxer on the market.
Product Strengths (14oz Size)
Mild: for hair that is fine, color treated, poor elasticity, or porous. Leave on hair for a maximum of 15 minutes.
Regular: for hair that is medium texture, average elasticity, or slightly porous. Leave on hair for a maximum of 20 minutes
Super: for hair that is course, has good elasticity, wiry, or non-porous. Leave on hair for a maximum of 25 Minutes.
How to Use
- Divide hair into four sections.
- Wear protective gloves.
- Base the hairline and scalp with Dudley’s Hair & Scalp Conditioner plus Vitamins
- Use an applicator brush and rat-tail comb to apply relaxer.
- Apply to 1/4” subsections, beginning on the crown where the hair is most resistant.
- Work from the crown to the nape, using 1/4” sub-partings on both back quarters.
- Work from the crown to the hairline to cover both front quarters.
- Smooth the relaxer gently in a downward direction on each sub-section until the relaxer
has completed processing time and you achieve the desired straightness.
- Rinse thoroughly for 5-10 minutes or until no trace of relaxer remains on hair.
- Check hair and scalp for traces of relaxer and rinse again if needed.
13.0 – 13.4