Repair Damaged Hair
Chemical treatments and daily stress factors such as pollution, the weather, heat, detangling, etc., contribute to wearing away the keratin that forms hair. More specifically, when hair undergoes a chemical procedure like bleaching, the amino acids become a different substance, weakening the strands. Reinforcing the protein structure of your hair will help restore its health as much as possible, and following a proper hair routine will reduce future damage.
Don't use intense heat
Intense heat causes the water inside the cortex - the inner part of the hair structure - to evaporate. Too much heat can actually damage the hair in the same way that chemical processes would, by breaking hair bonds that eventually won’t form again.
A layer of protection can go a long way. Heat protectors have proven to dramatically reduce damage at the surface of the hair strand by preventing the cuticles from raising and creating extra friction.
Frequently use proteins
There are several protein sources: milk, oats, wheat, rice, quinoa, keratin, soy, etc. Hydrolyzed proteins have a molecular structure and size that allow for easy bonding with the hair structure. They can all be found in our Repair Treatment
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