Posted by Mickey B.
Coloring, blow-drying, and straightening your hair can cause extensive damage. To protect your hair and keep it healthy, you need the right hair care products. Olaplex is a unique patented formula that can help restore your hair’s health. Here is everything you need to know about Olaplex and how it can benefit you.
What is Olaplex?
Olaplex was invented by leading chemists Dean Christal, Dr. Eric Pressly, and Dr. Craig Hawker. These chemists are also well known for their work in preventing organ transplant rejection from the body. This hair care product is free from silicones and oils that can damage your hair. Instead, Olaplex is designed to rebuild hair bonds at a molecular level. The famous products can be found in salons worldwide and have improved the health and condition of color-treated hair among millions of clients. In addition, it can work safely and effectively on all hair types.
How Olaplex Works
Olaplex is a multi-step system that repairs broken hair bonds responsible for your hair’s elasticity and strength. The first product in the system is the Bond Multiplier that can be applied directly to the hair or added into a hair coloring solution. The Bond Perfector conditions the hair after using the Bond Multiplier. These two products are for professional salon use only.
The Hair Perfector can be purchased at the salon for at-home use and contains conditioning agents and the patented active ingredient. Other products in the system include shampoos, conditioners, bonding oil, a color mask, and a bond builder that you can use in the comfort of your own home. Your hairstylist can recommend the most suitable products for your hair’s needs.
Benefits of Olaplex
Olaplex offers several benefits for your hair. First, it can provide permanent protection for your hair from damage due to harsh hair colors, bleaches, and dyes. Many other conditioning processes only protect your hair temporarily. After using the process, you can experience softer and shinier hair. You can also tame frizziness and reduce split ends. Some products from the Olaplex process can also shield and reverse excessive heat and sun damage.
Who Can Benefit Most from Olaplex?
While Olaplex can be used on all hair types and textures, individuals who undergo bleaching during the coloring process may benefit the most. It can also be ideal for individuals who desire to keep their hair long. Chemically treated hair can experience substantial amounts of damage that this hair-strengthening formula can reverse.
Protect Your Hair with Olaplex
If your hair has undergone repeated colorings or frequent use of heat styling tools without the protective benefits of Olaplex, it is not too late. The benefits will begin immediately once a salon professional introduces Olaplex into your regular coloring and heat-styling processes. Furthermore, with repeated use, the benefits will increase over time. Therefore, the more you use Olaplex, the more benefits you can receive.
At your next appointment, ask your stylist what Olaplex could do for your hair. Experienced stylists can perform a hair assessment and answer any questions or concerns before beginning the process. Request an appointment today.