Hair Rebond Rebound Products

Q) I am looking for some hair rebond products to use. I just got my hair rebonded at a Schwarzkopf salon. They told me to purchase their brand of repair shampoo and conditioner. Is that necessary? I use a good brand of them for normal hair (L'Oreal/Pantene) or must I go for the same brand as they've used for the rebonding? Or buy any good brand of Repair shampoo and conditioner.

They've told me to come back after 3 days for the first wash. Is that a must? Or can I do without it?





Professional Hair Care Answer - From what I understand, you can use any product that helps restore nourishment and moisture to your hair. Top picks for hair rebond product brands are L'Oreal, Redkin, Aubrey Organics, and Mane and Tail. I would think that smoothing shampoos and smoothing conditioners would help to further smooth down the hair cuticles. After rebonding, your hair is chemically altered!

In my opinion, you don't need to go back to the salon to wash it. *(Unless they are willing to do it for free!) Simply use good moisturizing shampoos and conditioners on your hair and be especially careful with your hair during the first few weeks.

Rebonding seems to do well for people with thick hair textures. (Asian, Latino, African American) If you have thin or medium hair texture, results might not be as good, and you may end up with damaged hair instead.

From what I've heard, Schwarzkopf Salon's have a very good reputation for rebonding although just like with any other chain of stores, results can vary. That's why its always best to 'Know Thy Hairdresser'! You wouldn't go to a doctor for a medical procedure without checking them out. The same rules should apply to your hairdresser, especially for potentially harmful chemical processes! Some hairdresser's are only in it for the money, but some of them truly love hair and helping others. Separate the good from the bad before you get treatments that could potentially damage your hair for life!

Hair rebonding is a seriously harsh chemical treatment and process. Hair rebonding is a process where the chemical bonds in your hair are broken, rearranged and bonded back again permanently using very strong chemicals. It is a potentially damaging process and involves one of the strongest chemicals on the market.

After a hair rebond, be very gentle with your hair as it will be much more susceptible to breakage. If you notice any breakage, immediately use hask placenta to help repair the hair you have left. Get your hair trimmed every few months to cut down on the ends becoming brittle. Use a wide toothed comb on wet hair, and a soft boar's bristle brush on dry hair, and then condition, condition, condition! You can get a lot more tips on cutting and taking care of your hair by visiting my hair tube.



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