Are you worried about the dryness of your hair? Especially, because everthing you've tired doesn't seems to be helping? Now, you're all out of options.
Let's talk about it:
Hair Steaming is so important for your hair because, it helps to lifts your hair cuticle, which encourages heat to penetrate your scalp.
What is Hair Steaming exactly?
Think of your natural hair like a flower or a tree. If the flower or tree does not receive water – in this case moisture – to its roots, then it will not continue to grow. Steaming uses moist heat to create a kind of greenhouse effect on your hair. Steaming the hair creates a humid environment that is optimal for the absorption of moisture, and it comes with a number of other benefits.
The Benefits of Hair Streaming
1. Enhanced Product Absorption
If you have low or high-porosity hair strands, then hair steaming is a great way to help hydrating products penetrate the strands to improve moisture balance. Steaming assists in opening the cuticle layer, which makes it easier to infuse products into the hair. This helps you get the most out of your conditioning and deep conditioning treatments, and it can even help you save money, because you can use less of a product to get results.
2. Improved Elasticity
Elasticity is the hair strand’s ability to stretch and shrink without breaking or experiencing other kinds of damage. Steam treatments allow the hair to absorb the maximum amount of moisture so that your curls, kinks, and coils will be able to bend and stretch without any issues.
3. Improved Scalp Health
Steaming the hair and scalp during your regular regimen can help to unclog pores in the scalp, which can help encourage hair growth. Hair steaming will also allow toxins from the scalp to be released, to helps increase the collagen production and blood flow to the scalp. This results in a healthy scalp and healthy hair.
Mirror to mirror:
It's essential to note, hair steaming is not harmful, but beneficial; as it helps to hydrate dry hair. The moist heat also increases blood flow to the scalp, which helps promotes hair growth. Why not try it today?
Until next time...
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