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Madame Walker's treatment did not straighten hair. Her treatment was designed to heal scalp disease through more frequent shampooing. Massage and the application of an ointment consisting of petrolatum and a medical sulfur. Madame Walker did use a hot comb-which she did not invent-in her system, but she was by no means the first person to employ such methods...
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Madame Walker did use a hot comb-which she did not invent-in her system, but she was by no means the first person to employ such methods. In fact Marcel Grateau, a Parisian, was using heated metal hair care implements as early as1872, and hot combs were available in Sears and Bloomingdale's catalogues in the 1890s, presumably designed for white women...
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