How is HRT for hair different from other Keratin treatments?
Unlike Salons that tend to offer one smoothing treatment, HRT is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach to hair rejuvenation. Our expert hair technician has a range of products that work on different hair types and selects and tailors a treatment that will work best for you.
Who is suitable for HRT?
During a consultation, the hair technician assesses your hair type and discusses treatment options. We have treatment products suitable for all hair types, sensitivities, and ethnicities.
What happens during the treatment?
Before the treatment, your hair is washed to ensure the product will be absorbed. The products and heat are applied, and you will keep your hair dry for 24 hours, upon which you can wash and style it. You will immediately notice how easy this is.
What results can I expect from HRT?
Once treatment is complete, hair stays effortlessly smooth. The treatment reduces the need to style hair with a hair dryer or straightening irons. Hair is manageable and remains unruffled even in humidity and rain.
What are the benefits of HRT?
Many women find their hair structure changes during perimenopause and menopause, and it becomes wirier. The HRT restores and seals keratin and collagen in the hair, making it beautifully smooth and easy to manage – even in damp and humid weather.
The treatment reduces the need to style hair with a hairdryer or straighteners, and the reduction in heat damage encourages healthy hair and less breakage. Some women have noticed a reduction in their hair shedding and an improvement in growth.
How long do results last?
At-home products form part of the treatment to support and ensure the results last as long as possible. How long they last will depend on the product used. Some gentle treatments come out over six weeks, and some products will remain up to three months – sometimes longer.
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