Benefits of Steam Hydration Therapy

Steam Hydration Therapy is the process of conditioning the hair using steam. Using steam helps your favorite oils and conditioners penetrate the hair shaft and follicles more deeply, infusing your strands inside and out with moisture to stop: breakage, flaky/itchy scalp, shedding, dry hair and more. Steaming also stimulates the scalp by causing increased blood flow and circulation. It helps to loosen and relax the scalp. Afro-textured hair is more prone to drying out and resulting in breakage. However, any hair type can certainly reap the benefits of hair steaming. Steaming makes hair more manageable. It’s an excellent regimen addition for anyone “stretching” their relaxers or transitioning to natural hair as well as processing color treatments faster and deeper into the hair shaft without losing moisture.

The Benefits of Using Steam Hydration Therapy are:

  • Improve elasticity of the hair – This is the ability of the hair strand to be stretched without breaking. If the hair has no elasticity, it is easy to break and split. Steam Hydration Therapy helps reduce breakage.
  • Healthy Cuticle – The hair cuticle is a thin outer layer of the hair. After the Steam Hydration Treatment, the hydrated hair strand will cause the hair to be voluminous,silky smooth, with increased shine.
  • The Hairs Integrity – The integrity is the way in which the hair behaves. The moisture that will be infused into the hair by Steam Hydration Therapy, will cause your hair to be more manageable and well behaved. Dry hair will always be brittle and not behave as well as hydrated hair.
  • Healthy Scalp – Cleanses, Invigorates and hydrates scalp promoting hair growth and decreases dandruff.
  • Environmental Changes: Changes in our environment and the world around us means that we must change the way we care for our hair and our scalp. Constant exposure to our elements and harsh products, chemicals, stress and medications can cause damage to our hair.

Steam Hydration Therapy is great for you if you experience any of the following:

  • Dry Hair
  • Breakage
  • Color Treated Hair
  • Dull Hair
  • Natural Hair
  • Relaxed or Permed Hair
  • Hair Strengtheners
  • Brittle Hair
  • Itchy or Flaky Scalp

September 3, 2012 · by  · in Beauty Blog, Hair Care · Tags:

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