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Treating Damaged Hair With
OLAPLEX at Home Treatment
Presented by Springalways
Who doesn’t love a little experimentation with hair? There’s no
denying that adding a little color to those hair strands or
taking them to a little chemical adventure for a slight
texture-transformation does jazz up your hair journey but on the
flip side, you can land yourself in the soup. You know how these
chemical treatments and heating hair styling weaken your natural
hair bonds making the strands dry and fragile. While oiling
therapies, conditioners and masks can help you overcome this
problem, there are a few cases that need a little extra chemical
dose to combat the severe bond-loss, and zilch other than Olaplex
No.0 and Olaplex No.3 is your saving grace!
What is Olaplex at-home treatment?
● Before we jump to the labyrinthine details, mind that
Olaplex No. 0 is a precursor to Olaplex No.3 which means
that the treatment reaches perfection only if these two
are used together.
● Embraced as a ‘God Sent’ remedy by many Hollywood
celebrities, including the Kardashian sisters, it’s an
intensive treatment to your wrecked hair where the duo
works at the molecular level of the hair shaft to build
the bonds for your hair. Let’s skim you through a little
science behind the hair bonds to understand this better.
● Speaking broadly, hydrogen bonds and disulfide bonds are
the two most important bonds in your hair shaft.
Functioning to maintain the hair moisture, if they are
broken by any external cause, your hair’s gonna undergo
bad times. Now, this homely Ola-remedy reforms these lost
di-sulfide bonds by simply finding and then cross-linking
the sulfur hydrogen bonds. Complexe? Well, only if you
bother to know. :D The idea is that these work deep down
like no other bottle treatments.
● The chemical name of the patent bond builder of these
products is bis-aminopropyl diglycol dimaleate (only if
you’re a pantomath!)
● Please note that this treatment is not a replacement for
your regular oils and conditioners.
● Usually, it is recommended to expose your hair to this
treatment on monthly basis but if you fall under the
exceptional case of a seriously wrecked hair shaft then
you can go for it weekly.
How to use the Olaplex indoor therapy?
● Apply Olaplex 0 to your dry, to- be- treated hair. It’s
liquidy and can be applied directly from the bottle.
● Spread it evenly using a thick-toothed comb.
● Leave it on for 10 minutes.
● Now, grab the Olaplex 3 Perfector in your palm. Do the
even-steven spread and leave it for a minimum of 10 mins
to overnight or a maximum of 12 hours.
● Follow by gentle washing with a naturally processed
shampoo that is paraben and sulfate-free.
● You’ve now come out with better and stronger hair.
The Bottom Line
From the brittles to the thriving, restoring the lost moisture
and bonds to your hair can be quite a herculean task for many.
But the Ola-at-home treatment will get your hair back to normal
by successfully fighting the battle of any color, chemical, or
heat damage done to your hair. Trust me after using this, you’ll
feel that this duo is everything that you ever wanted for your
breakable strands. It is so so freaking amazing.
If you still haven’t tried this at-home therapy then woman, let
me remind you again that it’s worth giving a whirl. Give your
hair the perfect flare and restore its integrity by getting hold
of these two bottles now!