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Steam Hydration vs. Heated at home dryer?

Updated: Sep 12, 2020

What’s the difference between a salon steam hydration therapy session vs. sitting under a at home heated dryer?

That’s a good question. Versus just putting conditioner on to sit on top of the hair strand.

Can I train my natural hair and build up the moisture content level of my hair at home?

Yes you can train your natural hair and build up the moisture content level at home using a sit under heated dryer. However the steamer doesn’t have the time plus feels like a spa treatment. A client would need to sit up on the dryer for at least 45 minutes to receive the same benefits of sitting under a steamer for 20 minutes.

How long should I do these treatments to train my hair?

2 months of consecutive treatments are needed to train your hair. Once your hair is trained you will notice that your silk press will last longer and your natural styles will be less frizzy.

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