As the years pass by, you eventually begin to wonder, “When did my hair start getting grey?” or “When did I start losing my hair?” You’re welcome to join the club if you’ve ever had these questions. But fret not, botox is your answer.
The word “hair botox” could make you think twice if you’re familiar with the term “botox,” a procedure wherein botulinum toxin is injected into the muscles to calm them for the appearance of younger looking skin (assuming you don’t already have Botox in your forehead prohibiting you from doing so). Why would your hair require botox if there are no muscles to relax or wrinkles to treat? “Hair Botox” is the ideal moniker for a deep-conditioning hair treatment—which is precisely what it is—given how injectables smooth skin. Keep reading for all you need to know about hair botox.
Simply put, hair botox is a deep conditioning treatment that uses non-chemical ingredients and does not utilise formaldehyde, unlike keratin and cysteine treatments. To reduce frizz and brighten dull, damaged hair, a procedure of covering the hair’s structure with a less harmful product that includes ingredients such as caviar oil, antioxidants, vitamin B5, vitamin E, and collagen complex is done.
This indicates that while hair botox does have some benefits, they are not comparable to those of standalone smoothing procedures. However, it does assist in rebuilding damaged hair and thickening thin spots in your hair shaft to make the hair appear and feel silky and voluminous.
If you’ve made the decision to get your hair botoxed, here is what a typical session will look like:
Note: Although at-home hair botox treatments are available, it is recommended that you always visit a salon to have it done professionally to avoid damaging your hair.
Despite the fact that hair botox treatment is a non-chemical procedure, it can still harm your hair during the straightening process. Follow these tips for maintaining botoxed hair so the effects last as long as possible:
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