A Few Features & Benefits of Steam Treatments

It is often stated that what’s good for the skin is also good for the hair. Because steamers is a hydrator, this statement holds true and definitely has benefits. First, let’s understand that what cause hair and skin to become damaged is the absence or lack of moisture. In order to replenish moisture and improve the luster to the skin and scalp, steam treatments have proven beneficial.

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First, let’s look at some of the features…There are hood dryers, color steam processors and heat lamps that aid the process. A less expensive method is using a hot towel. The latter is mostly used in a home setting and can offer the necessary hydration between salon visits.

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The use of the steamer in the salon can greatly expedite processing time of hair color, which means that clients spend less time in the salon while also achieving a more accurate outcome. Using a steamer for hydration can also improve the ability of the hair to maintain elasticity, preventing dryness that could result in damage. Often, there is a build-up of debris on the hair and scalp that prevents a healthy and clean scalp. The use of a steamer removes waxy build-ups on both the hair and scalp, opening the follicles thus promoting healthy hair and growth.

During cooler months, steamer should be used to provide extra protection against the harshness of the weather. Steamers provide a balance of hydration in the presence of heat. In order to receive this service, a consultation is recommended from a licensed hair care professional. You may also contact me at eeub143@aol.com.

 

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