Hair Botox treatment

  • 1 hour
  • 150 US dollars
  • Myrtle Avenue

Service Description

Does Botox for hair contain Botox? Botox for hair doesn’t actually contain the ingredient of botulinum toxin, which is the main ingredient of Botox. Instead, it’s a name based on how the product works. 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. How does hair Botox work? Hair Botox is actually 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. That helps create the appearance of fuller, smoother hair. Who can use Botox for hair? You can use Botox for hair if you have: split ends very fine hair, lacking volume or luster damaged hair frizzy hair hair that you want straightened In general, hair Botox is considered safe for any type of hair. 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. 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. Botox hair treatment don’t contain any formaldehyde.

Contact Details

  • 59-06 Myrtle Avenue, Flushing, NY, USA