Hair texturizer is designed to loosen up your hair and make it more manageable. Working with texturizer is a delicate process that poses the risk of chemical burns and hair loss, not to mention giving yourself an accidental perm. If you are taking on this task at home or on your own, it is important to know how to properly rinse the texturizer once you have completed your treatment.

Follow the manufacturer's instructions for applying your texturizer and allow it to sit for the correct amount of time.

Run your shower and set it to a mild, warm temperature.

Rinse your hair thoroughly for 5 to 10 minutes. Run your hands through your hair and be sure to clear any leftover texturizer out as you rinse.

Dry your hair with a clean towel. It is important to keep your hair straight at this point in the process, so squeeze out extra moisture and pat your hair dry.

Finish the manufacturer's application process, which usually involves applying a neutralizing agent.