Botox for hair: benefits and harm


12/31/2023 17:20

Botox for hair is a controversial procedure. There is an opinion that after it the hair becomes shiny and healthy, while others believe that the effect quickly disappears and the hair returns to its previous state. Specialist Alexander Goldman from the Mille Fey beauty salons commented on questions about Botox for hair.

Procedure process:

The hair is washed and dried before starting.
The strands are treated with special powder.
A fixative is applied.
The caring mask is distributed.
Finishes with washing and blow-drying.
Duration of effect: The effect includes smoothness, density, well-groomed appearance and shine. The duration depends on the type and condition of the hair. On porous hair, the effect may begin to fade after a month and a half. There is a cumulative effect that requires systematic support.

Frequency of procedure: The procedure is usually performed every three months.

Safety: Botox for hair is safe and does not contain harmful components. The absence of formaldehyde, ammonia, formaldehyde makes the procedure safe for hair. The care components do not harm the hair, do not change its structure or color. Botox helps neutralize the effects of styling, coloring and environmental influences.

Keratin and Botox: difference: Keratin penetrates deep into the hair shaft, replenishing damage. Botox visually rejuvenates curls.

Who is the procedure suitable for?: Botox is recommended for dull, brittle hair, with split ends, unruly and dehydrated. The procedure is also suitable for those who experience frizz, electrification and loss of shine.

Not recommended for anyone: The procedure may cause an allergic reaction. Also incompatible with fresh dyeing and bio-perm.

Author Angelina Efremova

Angelina Efremova – freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru, student at Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov

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