Best Ways To Use Hair Conditioners To Avoid Scalp Conditions

Best Ways To Use Hair Conditioners To Avoid Scalp Conditions
There are three types of basic conditioners, which are :
  • Surface conditioner
  • Penetrating conditioner
  • Scalp conditioner
  • However conditioners contain silicone along with moisture-binding humectants, substances.These absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture.Surface conditioner are the ones that remain on the cuticle surface. Their main purpose is to coat the hair and improve the look and feel.Some of these conditioners are used after a strong chemical service to return the hair back to its original PH balance. However conditioners contain silicone along with moisture-binding humectants, substances.
What Is The Purpose?
  • These absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture.Surface conditioner are the ones that remain on the cuticle surface. Their main purpose is to coat the hair and improve the look and feel.Some of these conditioners are used after a strong chemical service to return the hair back to its original PH balance. However conditioners contain silicone along with moisture-binding humectants, substances.These absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture.Surface conditioner are the ones that remain on the cuticle surface. Their main purpose is to coat the hair and improve the look and feel.Some of these conditioners are used after a strong chemical service to return the hair back to its original PH balance.
  • The typical ingredients in surface conditioners are : Vegetable and mineral oils, silicone, Fats and waxes , anti-oxidants (Often citric or acetic acid.)Conditioner that penetrates, enter the hair shaft through the cuticle layer and deposit into the cortex. These conditioners that penetrate often are to reconstruct. It is a design to repair the physical structure of the fibers with the cortex and damaged areas with the cuticle layer.
  • The typical ingredients are: Protein amino acid, humectants which lock in moisture to the hair.Emollients which make hair soft and smooth, adds moisture and adds shine to the hair.Chemical strengthens which can make the cortex stronger
  • Scalp conditioners are scalp active treatments. However these are chemical preparations, specifically in development to target disorders such as : Greasiness, dandruff and hair-loss.
  • The typical ingredients are : Astringents and medicated tea-tree oil, zinc pyrithione, monoxidil.

Other Types Of Conditioners :
  • Oil conditioner
  • Olive oil, almond oil and coconut oil

Therefore these are pure vegetable oils. Apply to dry hair for a massive outcome.

However most treatments and leave-ins contain proteins, which penetrate the cortex and reinforce the hair shaft from within the hair’s cuticle is made up of overlapping scales.
Conditioners, de-tangling rinses and cream rinses, smooth the cuticle and coat the hair shaft to achieve healthier looking hair.
Nevertheless, the cortex makes up 90% of the hair strand. The cortex penetrates with protein conditioner. Therefore to penetrate the cortex and reinforce the hair shaft from within. In fact to temporarily reconstruct the hair.

Other Conditioning Agents
  • Spray on thermal protector: Apply to hair prior to any thermal service. Nevertheless this is mainly to protect the hair from harmful effects of blow-dries, thermal irons or electric rollers.
  • Scalp conditioner: Is usually in a cream base. Used to soft and improve the health of the scalp.
  • Medicated scalp lotion: Promotes healing of the scalp. Scalp astringent lotion removes oil accumulation from the scalp. Apply after a scalp treatments and before styling.
What Are Deep Conditioning Treatments ?

Deep conditioning treatments is another word for mask or conditioning pack. This a strong mixture of concentrated protein and intensive moisturizer. However, it penetrate to the cuticle layer and is the main one to choose for therapy when it comes to moisture and/or protein treatment as a desire to have healthy looking hair.

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