Steam Hydration Defined
Steam Hydration has been around for many years. Hair steaming means adding moisture to the hair in the form of moist heat to the hair strands. Steam opens the cuticle layer of your hair strand and allows the conditioner to penetrate deep into the hair shaft, which in return leaves your hair moisturized. Hair steaming can be done in a number of different ways. The steamer may be used as a deep conditioning treatments, color processing, opening the pores and much more.
Benefits of Steam Hydration
Spring is here, summer is on the way and having dry hair is one of the most talked about issues for women, especially those of us with with natural hair. Steam Hydration is beneficial as the heat aids in hydrating dry hair, leaving your parched tresses happy. Instead of just putting conditioner on the hair and letting it sit on top of the hair shaft, the steam helps to open the cuticle layer thus allowing the conditioner to penetrate deep. Once your hair is trained with the steam hydration (5 treatments to train the hair) you will notice that your style will last longer. By doing steam hydration, you are building up the moisture content level of your hair!
Natural hair tends to lack moisture. So ladies or gents, if you natural tresses are colored, if you’re transitioning, wearing a braided style, 100% natural, textured. YOU NEED STEAM HYDRATION!
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