Is keratin hair treatment safe?

Is keratin hair treatment safe?

Is keratin hair treatment safe?

You may be skeptical of whether or not you should get the Keratin Treatment. The truth is, some Keratin Treatments are safe while others are not. The Brazilian Keratin Treatments (BK T) has an ingredient, formaldehyde, which is a very harmful cancer causing agent.
However, some Keratin Treatments don’t have formaldehyde at all, but if it doesn’t, your hair will be back to normal after just 1 wash.Some brands use the harmful formaldehyde in their Keratin Treatments, because it helps keep your hair straight even longer than if it didn’t include the formaldehyde. That way, they can increase the price. The problem is, some brands (like BK T) that use formaldehyde, claim that you will get smooth, silky hair using Keratin (which is a very vital nutrient for your hair). The thing is, BK T’s product wouldn’t have been nearly as effective if the ingredient formaldehyde wasn’t included. Read the rest of this entry »

Treatment for falling hair

Treatment for falling hair

Treatment for falling Hair Procedure

1) Comb out your hair gently to remove tangles.
2) Brush hair carefully foe 3- minutes without tugging the hair.
3) Use arnica oil.
4) Perform scalp manipulation very gently.
5) Wash hair with a very mild shampoo.
6) Towel dry hair and style your hair. Read the rest of this entry »

Lasio keratin

Lasio keratin

The Lasio Keratin Tropic treatment is set to take the beauty world by storm, and not just because it furnishes flawless results.

Our parent company, Lasio Inc., has worked for years to introduce a truly formaldehyde-free product to the keratin treatment market. It wasn’t easy, but we can say openly and honestly that the Keratin Tropic treatment contains zero formaldehyde. Not even in trace amounts. And we’ve got the lab results to prove it. Read the rest of this entry »

Hair masks for dry hair

Hair masks for dry hair

If your hair is dry and has lost its luster, a nourishing hair mask made from healthy ingredients from your kitchen will restore your hair to health. Combine a variety of wholesome foods such as yogurt, cream, avocado, honey and nourishing oils to create a mask that will moisturize and hydrate your hair. Increase the benefits of your dry hair mask by adding great-smelling essential oils. The result will be shiny, manageable hair.

Homemade hair masks for dry hair

Homemade banana hair mask for dry hair

To give some vitality to dry locks, we recommend a homemade hair treatment, which preparation is easy with ingredients that we all usually have at home, acts quickly, and the result is a silky, shiny and hydrated mane:
Mix well a mashed ripe banana with a tablespoon of lemon juice and one tablespoon of sunflower oil.

Apply the mask to dry hair and leave it for 30 minutes, then rinse thoroughly and wash your hair as usual. Read the rest of this entry »

Hair Damage Treatment

Hair Damage Treatment

Many women are dismayed to see hair falling out in clumps, either following childbirth, during or after menopause or due to other causes. While some daily hair loss is normal, thinning hair and partial baldness is a frightening prospect for women. What causes hair loss in women and what natural treatments are available that are not chemically based or dangerous to health?

Is hair loss normal?

Everyone loses some hair every day. Losing up to 100 hairs a day is normal.

But if hair loss runs in your family, you could lose a lot more hair. With this kind of hair loss, you may end up with bald spots if you are a man. If you are a woman, you may find that the hair on the top of your head is slowly thinning. About half of all people have this type of hair loss by around age 50.

Other factors, such as diseases and medicines, also can cause you to lose more hair than normal.

Although hair loss is fairly common, it can be a tough thing to live with, especially when it changes how you look. But there are ways of Hair Damage Treatment. Read the rest of this entry »

Hair treatments for frizzy hair

Hair treatments for frizzy hair

Frizzy hair

Frizzy hair is not only annoying, it is absolutely frustrating! If you are one of those who have hair that tends to get frizzy and is hard to control, then you will find the advice in this article of great interest to you. If you have curly hair that has lost its shine, you will benefit greatly from this advice. Because below I will share with you a few hair treatments for frizzy hair.

In order to stop frizzy hair, you must first identify the cause of frizz. Factors that contribute to frizzy dry hair can include:

  • too much blow drying
  • mousse products
  • chemical damage due to bleaching, coloring, and perming
  • chlorine damage
  • humidity
  • taking certain medication

Anti-frizz products alone just won’t do it. To get rid of frizz you will need to begin with the shower using a natural shampoo that doesn’t dry out your curly hair. You see shampoos contain SLS which dry out your locks resulting in frizzy hair!

Thanks to the remarkable developments of the hair care industry, women all over the world can put an end to bad hair days. There are techniques and products to fit all hair types that provide amazing results. These new advances help not only in styling, but also provide beneficial hair care. The following are some developments for achieving the perfect hairstyle.

What is the best hair treatments for frizzy hair?

Keratin is the main protein of hair. This natural substance gives hair the ability to return to its original healthy, shiny, silky state. Hair strands straighten, become thicker and impervious to humidity. Results are visible immediately after treatment is completed. Hair not only looks healthy and shiny but it stays that way. Read the rest of this entry »

Is Brazilian Blowout safe?

Is Brazilian Blowout safe?

Is Brazilian Blowout safe?

The word is spreading about Brazilian Blowout – a hair straightening product that promises to turn frizzy locks into silky smooth manageable hair. No one is doubting that it works, but there are concerns about the product’s safety.

Brazilian straightening is designed for people with frizzy unmanageable hair. There are different brands and methods. The hair is first shampooed, then partially dried. Next, section by section, the stylist applies a straightening formula, the hair is dried and flat ironed straight to seal the formula in. Then there’s one final rinse and blowdry.

What exactly a Brazilian blowout is, and how it’s different from Japanese straightening?

The Brazilian Blowout is different from Japanese straightening and other Brazilian straighteners because it doesn’t completely straighten the hair. The hair still has plenty of volume and body and can still be worn curly or wavy. The Brazilian just softens whatever curl or wave you have. If the hair is air dried without a blow dryer, it will still have wave or curl but no frizz. On the flip side, if you want to blow dry your hair straight, you can do that, without a brush, in a fraction of the amount of time it would have taken without the Brazilian. Also, with other methods, there is a line of demarcation, meaning that when new hair grows in, it is curly/ wavy while the rest of the hair is straight. This blowout method washes away with time and is diffused, so there is no noticeable difference between new hair and treated hair. Other methods also have harsh chemicals in them like formaldehyde. The Brazilian Blowout does NOT have formaldehyde in it. And none of the chemicals in it are carcinogenic.

But is keratin hair treatment safe? Leading public health advocates demand FDA recall hair products due to formaldehyde content

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