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Damaged Hair Products
Hair can be damaged by chemical exposure, prolonged or repeated heat exposure (as through the use of heat styling tools), and at times by excessive perming and straightening.
Damage hair is most commonly a result of over processing with chemical treatments (relaxers, perms, dyes, etc). Treatment for chemically damaged hair begins with determining products you currently use and how often applied.
A few questions to evaluate if your hair is chemically damaged:
1. Does hair lack shine or have dullness?
2. Does hair tend to tangle often?
3. Does hair have extreme split ends?
4. Does hair break or feel dry and brittle?
5. Does hair feel rough to the touch?
If you answered “YES” to any question, then you probably have chemically damaged hair. Continued use of chemicals weakens hair protein bonds and cause hair damage.
The best way to prevent excessive damage to chemically treated hair is proper use of heat stylers. Once hair is chemically processed the structure of the hair is disrupted, which in turn causes weakening of each strand to its core. The use of heat stylers added to hair disruption causes dryness and brittleness. This also includes styling tools such as curling irons, flat irons and blow dryers used too often or on high settings. Physical causes may also create damaged hair. The over-grooming of hair with rough brushes or combs can cause hair stress. Moreover, the suns ultraviolet rays will negatively affect chemically processed hair. Ultraviolet rays cause damage hair, because the hair protein bonds diminish and weaken under its light.
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