“Hair Botox” works by filling in individual fibers of hair.
- 1 hr 30 min1 hour 30 minutes
- 165 British pounds£165
- Saint Leonards Road
Hair Botox is a deep conditioning treatment that coats hair fibers with a filler, such as keratin. The treatment fills in any broken or thin areas on each hair strand to make hair appear more full and lustrous. Just like your skin, hair on your head loses fullness and elasticity as it ages, Botox will help fill the hair, make it smooth, and reduce frizz. Just like Botox works by relaxing the muscles and smoothing skin, “hair Botox” works by filling in individual fibers of hair to help give it fullness and make it smooth. L’Oreal Professional’s Fiberceutic uses an ingredient called Intra-Cylane to fill hair strands with flexible, soft fibers. That helps create the appearance of fuller, smoother hair. Containing: Caviar oil BONT-L peptide Vitamin B-5 E vitamins Collagen complex, which makes up the “Botox” part of the treatment What happens during application? Botox for your hair doesn’t use injections of any kind. Instead, it’s a conditioning agent that’s applied directly to your strands of hair. The treatment begins with a shampoo to open your hair cuticles and prepare the strands for conditioning. The hair Botox is then applied to the strands by massaging the product on from root to tips. The treatment is left on wet hair for a period of time, usually between 20–90 minutes. We leave the product on your hair while we dry and straighten your hair to help the product more fully penetrate your hair strands. You’ll see the results of the Botox hair treatment immediate upon your hair drying. How effective is hair Botox? Hair Botox is a popular trend right now, and there are many at-home versions that claim to be the real deal. Your best bet to get good results would be to visit a trusted salon and ask a hair stylist there for recommendations for the treatment. The effects of hair Botox are supposed to last between 2–4 months, although the exact time frame will vary from person to person. It’s recommended that you use a low-sulfate or sulfate-free shampoo to preserve the results. Hair Botox vs. keratin Keratin treatments are chemical treatments that often contain formaldehyde. The formaldehyde is used to “lock” or “freeze” hair strands into a straight position to help keep them smooth. Although the formaldehyde used in these treatments has caused some concern because formaldehyde is a carcinogen, it does produce long-lasting results. Hair Botox, on the other hand, is just a conditioning treatment and it doesn’t use chemical reactions to work.
Ritzys, Saint Leonards Road, Windsor, UK