Hair Botox contains 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, these ingredients in hair botox have been shown to help reduce hair loss.
What chemical is used in hair botox treatment?
Hair botox is a non-invasive treatment that involves injecting a combination of ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins, and other nutrients into the hair shaft to help nourish and repair damaged hair. This treatment is generally considered to be safe and does not contain formaldehyde or other harsh chemicals.
What does hair botox have?
Hair botox is a term for a hair treatment that conditions and coats hair with fillers like keratin and collagen to repair damaged and broken hair fibers. This can help make your hair look healthier and thicker while also providing strength and protection from future damage.
Is hair botox damaging to hair?
Risks and considerations. While topical Botox for hair injections are intended to strengthen the hair and improve its appearance, sometimes the opposite occurs. Most stylists do not recommend using these treatments more than three to four times a year. Otherwise, hair breakage, thinning, and dullness can occur.
Does hair botox contain formaldehyde?
Botox Hair does not contain formaldehyde. The composition is named by analogy with the well-known cosmetic product, so that the consumer can understand how it works, but this is a completely different product. Absolutely safe, with no animal testing.
How long does the hair botox last?
3-4 months The first hair wash after hair botox, you'll find that your hair is smoother, sleeker and shinier than usual with a naturally straight finish for 3-4 months. However, Cysteine results will stay in place for up to six months, giving it a leg up over other short-term keratin treatments.