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Hair Botox

Reduce frizz

Although it is not an injection like actual botox, hair botox’s main purpose is to reduce your hair’s frizz while making it smoother and fuller. Think of hair botox as the ultimate deep conditioning treatment for your hair. 

Hair botox is a non-chemical conditioning treatment that infuses your hair with ceramides providing a protective barrier for all hair types. Meaning it will reduce frizziness and repair any damage to your hair. It is an excellent option for both men and women if you are looking for a treatment that does not involve any harsh chemicals.

The anti-aging properties of hair botox act like a filter to your hair. They help fill in any of the gaps in your hair’s natural fiber, leaving it looking more youthful in appearance. 

Reduce hair loss

Hair Botox contains a cocktail of nourishing active ingredients such as Vitamins B5, Vitamin E, Amino Acid, Glyoxylic Acid, Collagen Complex, BONT-L Peptide, and more. In addition to the added benefits on the hair, these ingredients in hair botox have been shown to help reduce hair loss. 

The process

It will take roughly between an hour to an hour and a half depending on how long your hair is. Typically your stylist will wash your hair to remove any excess residue. Afterward, Hair Botox will be applied and leave on for 30 minutes. Next, hair will be rinsed and then flat iron to seal the treatment in.

Hair botox treatments will offer semi-permanent results that typically last anywhere from 2-4 months, based on how much your hair grows and how often you wash your hair. We recommend having your treatment done every 3 months to ensure that you have strong and healthy hair. 

FAQs for Hair Botox Treatment at Nouveau Hair Gallery

A: Botox Hair Treatment, or Hair Botox, is a groundbreaking hair repair treatment intended to renew and revive damaged hair. It entails the application of a specifically produced serum that contains proteins, vitamins, and plant extracts. This serum is applied to the hair, permeating the shaft, healing damaged cuticles, and restoring the natural gloss and strength of the hair. It restores lost nutrients, provides deep hydration, and seals the outer layer of the hair, resulting in smoother, healthier-looking hair.

A: Botox Treatment for Hair is appropriate for all hair types. This treatment can help improve your hair’s overall quality and appearance, whether it is curly, straight, wavy, or frizzy. It is perfect for hair damaged by heat styling, chemical treatments, or environmental conditions. The treatment’s customized nature allows it to target specific concerns, making it suited for various hair types and textures.

A: If you’re seeking Botox Hair Treatment in Toronto, Nouveau Hair Gallery is the place to go. Our salon is committed to delivering excellent hair repair services like Hair Botox. You can arrange an appointment by visiting our website or contacting us directly to experience the benefits of this transformational hair treatment.

A: The duration of the effects of a Hair Botox treatment varies from person to person, but on average, it can last between 2 and 4 months. The length of the treatment can be influenced by factors such as your hair type, maintenance routine, and the products you use. Following your stylist’s aftercare advice and utilizing sulphate-free hair care products is critical for achieving the best results.

A: Botox Hair Treatment differs from regular keratin treatments. While both promise to promote hair health and eliminate frizz, their formulations and mechanisms of action are distinct. Traditional keratin treatments primarily entail coating the hair with a protective protein layer, whereas Botox Hair Treatment concentrates on repairing and regenerating the hair’s internal structure. The decision between the two is based on your specific hair demands and preferences, which your hairstylist may assist you in identifying during a consultation.