Finding the correct hair care products for aftercare of a Brazilian hair treatment is a herculean task because the labels on most of the product do not enlighten customers of the impact of various ingredients in them on the natural hair or the Brazilian hair treatment. Unlike food products, where the fats, proteins, calories, etc., are clearly listed out, few users get to know the ingredients of hair care products. Even fewer consumers of these hair care products are actually able to translate what they do for or to the hair. Even when the function is mentioned, the descriptions are not objective. While a large number of hair care products can lay claim to repairing damaged hair, to be able to find out exactly how effective they are, is a challenge. It is next to impossible to find out what percentage of repair is carried out or how much longer will the Brazilian hair treatment last, through the use of this particular product. After a few months of use, your Brazilian hair treatment may become dull and tangled. Finding a product which can restore it is a challenge. In this regard, the moisture content in various hair care products is often the best indicator of their effectiveness. As a thumb rule, the more the moisture content, the better is a hair care product, especially in case of shampoos, conditioners, bleaches and dyes.