What is L.O.C.?

L.O.C. an abbreviation for leave-in, oil, cream.  It is a technique that is used to keep hair moisturized.  It consists of a leave-in conditioner, an oil, and a cream moisturizer.  It consists of hydrating the hair with a water-based product which is the liquid, sealing in moisture with oil and then applying a cream product to close the hair cuticle which maximizes moisture retention.

Heavenly Enhanced has 3 fabulous products that are great for keeping hair hydrated, soft, and shiny.

softenED - therapeutic leave-in conditioner contains smoothing proteins and conditioners that repairs damaged hair, controls frizz, and seals split ends.

polishED - argan oil therapy deeply penetrates the hair shaft and produces a luxurious shine and gives the hair a silky smooth texture.  

*hydratED - argan oil moisturizer & styling cream is a creamy hydrating styling cream that moisturizes the hair by sealing the oil and moisture into the hair shaft.  

This combination is very beneficial for dry and brittle hair.  By using this technique it also helps to retain length.  Using the L.O.C.method is good to do with each shampoo to restore moisture back into the hair.  You most certainly want to make sure your hair is on L.O.C. in the fall and winter months because hair tends to be drier in these seasons, depending on demographic.

The technique is so easy to incorporate into your routine. To start using the L.O.C. method simply follow these directions:

Step 1 – After shampooing, apply a moisturizing water-based leave-in conditioner
Step 2 – Apply a small amount of oil to your hair to help prevent water from being evaporated
Step 3 – Apply a creamy moisturizer to your hair to lock and seal the moisture in to prevent moisture loss

When completed, feel free to use your regular styling products to style your hair as normal.

Be sure to check out Heavenly Enhanced's line of Multi-Textural Hair Care Products.  I'm sure you'll love them just as much as I do!

~Stephanie Renise

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