Hair Treatment at Home
Reconstruct and Moisturize Weak or Excessively Dry Hair
A hair treatment can help restore damaged hair, add shine and body to dull lifeless hair, and improve the texture of frizzy, unmanageable hair. And it can easily be done at home for far less than you’d pay at the salon.
Chemical processes, heat styling, environmental factors, even the minerals in your water can have a harsh effect on your hair. An occasional deep conditioning or reconstructing treatment will help restore your hair to its prime condition. It’s also a good idea to treat your hair before and after any chemical processes.
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Deep Conditioning or Reconstructing – What’s The Difference?
Damaged hair loses two essential components; moisture and protein. sometimes, both of these elements need to be replaced for an effective hair treatment. But not always. Hair that is only dry or frizzy needs moisture. Not necessarily protein, which could actually be damaging for hair with healthy levels of protein already. Here’s how you can easily identify what the product you’re buying will do for your hair.
“Conditioning” = Moisture
“Reconstructing” = Protein
When you’re looking for products, keep those terms in mind to help you determine whether a product is strictly for adding moisture or will restore the protein bonds in your hair.