Keratin Treatment Aftercare


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Keratin Treatments can be beneficial to the hair but to maintain it, you have to use the correct method of aftercare. As Keratin Treatments are expensive you want to ensure you are caring for it correctly. In order for it to last longer there are a few strict rules that need to be followed. Keratin Treatment Aftercare consists of chemicals like salt, parabens, etc have to be excluded from your routine. Keratin Treatment Aftercare’s main focus is on a good salt-free shampoo, mask, and leave-in. In this blog, I will show you some of the best options for your hair.

Directly After Keratin Treatments:

Once you have left the salon with your fresh keratin, please ensure to avoid water from touching the hair for at least 72 hours (3 days)! Make sure to leave the hair down at all times. Avoid clips, hair ties, and headbands as these can leave permanent impressions in the hair. Do not tie up your hair during the 72-hour period as the hair tie can leave impressions too. Even placing your hair behind your ears for too long can create an impression.

Aftercare Shampoo:

Firstly, the Envie Smk Plex is designed for keratin treatment aftercare as it is salt free and helps to repair the strands. Eliminating frizz and boosting moisture to the scalp and strands without chemicals to reverse the keratin treatment.

Secondly, restoring shampoo with keratin by CityLife Flipa. It is a keratin-restoring shampoo with the immediate effect of polishing, reinforcing, and making hair easy to comb. It makes soft, bright, and moisturizing hair. Free of parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Sodium Lauretha Sulphate (SLES), and  Ammonium Laurel Sulphate.

Finally, the smoothing shampoo from envies vegan range is extremely popular for after keratin treatments. It is made with natural vegan formulas to boost moisture and prevent frizz in each strand. The vegan formula contains active ingredients such as oils and plant extracts of Bamboo, Argan, Rice and Aloe that repair the hair fiber and rebuild the inner molecular chain of the hair.

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