hair woes.

in this day and age where everything is always in a frenzy, toweling off and running out with wet hair becomes one's common routine.  admittedly, i am guilty of this at times.  but i realized that going into a courtroom even in the most dazzling suit can be set off with dripping wet hair.

solution?  of course, the best way is to naturally dry hair.  but we all know this would take eons to finish.  a quick option then would be to use a hair dryer.  you realize later, however, that quick doesn't mean the best when all you have on your head is a fried mess of strings.

eagerly searching for a solution, i found this product from earth therapeutics.


"This Ultra-Absorbent Towel is cut from angel-tex™ -- a revolutionary fabric that absorbs water more quickly and efficiently than ordinary towels.  Developed with advanced proprietary microfiber technology, angel-tex™ is woven from fibers that are even finer than conventional microfiber.  The result is a heavenly light, heavenly soft, super-absorbent material that uses capillary action to literally "drink up" excess moisture."

before getting one though, i wanna know.. has anyone ever tried this product?  or even better, care to share your hair drying tips --- natural or otherwise?


17 comments

  1. Jo, let me know if you find out how much this costs :)

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  2. Hahaa! Nice, this might help me a lot before getting my hairdryer.

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  3. Joie, I use a similar product to dry my hair... and it is very effective. The hair is still damp of course but I don't need to blow dry my hair anymore. After putting on make-up and dressing up, my hair gets almost dry already.

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  4. Oh wow, I have never heard of this before.. Thanks for sharing joei!

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  5. ariane. it's $20.

    russ. ya, it won't totally dry your hair but at least your hair won't get fried by exposing it (really wet) to a hair dryer.

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  6. leah. which product do you use? :)

    chubskulit. no problem. glad to have helped!

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  7. betz. you should ;)

    thanks for visiting! by the way, added your link :)

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  8. Wow, I haven't heard of that one before!How much does it cost? What I usually do is plug my hair dryer here in the office, parang house ko lang :p

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  9. Coolness! San mabibili to? I think this is really cool coz nakakatamad to dry my hair then iron it. It takes so much time!

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  10. miles. it's around 20 dollars, i think :)

    ariane. i'm not sure they have it in the philippines. try ordering online.

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  11. Hmmm, interesting product. I may have to try it out. I always natural dry my hair and it just takes forever!

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  12. sherin. i know :/ that's why i'm looking for solutions to that daily chore!

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  13. I'll try to look this up when we leave next time.. I just use an ordinary towel when I dry my hair and just wrap in around my head (old school again) hehe..:) Nice info post Joei. :)

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  14. mommy judy. i'm with you on the 'old school' style.. especially with books ;) its just convenient to have those ebooks in my phone or reader just in case i'm on the road or plane and there's nothing else to do.

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  15. No tips I'm afraid, I'm lazy and just let my hair dry naturally!! Thanks for dropping by the blog, keep checking!!

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  16. claire. lucky you. my hair takes forever to dry! :/

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