Thermal Heat Caps - Give Your Conditioning Treatments Super Power!

Thermal heat caps are the perfect compliment for deep conditioning treatments. Regular caps just don’t compare to the power you get from using an alternate heat source. They hold up extremely well and can be used over and over again, so they're a great investment! You can't go wrong when you use them regularly!



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Your hair is constantly exposed to many fluctuating weather conditions every season of every year. These changing conditions can affect your hair in a very negative way. Your hair requires almost twice as much moisture as your skin. You simply can’t moisturize it enough!

Your scalp produces a great amount of heat all the time. Normally, a tremendous amount of heat escapes during normal conditions. Wearing a regular shower-type cap can help but artificial heat (via a thermal heat), speeds up the process and super power’s the products you’re using. The more you use thermal caps, the more effective your conditioning treatments will be!

Straight hair becomes straighter. Curly hair becomes curlier! All types of hair can benefit from using thermal heat!

Your hair needs ample moisture to be manageable, pliable, smooth, and shiny. The heat produced from thermal heat caps helps open your hair cuticles so the products, (like deep treatments), you’re using can penetrate deeply into the hair shaft. That’s what makes thermal heat caps so valuable. Even the cheapest of products can give you at least some benefits!

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Conditioning Treatments to Use with Thermal Heat Caps

Protein Treatments

Protein treatments are used to help repair damaged hair along the hair strand. They are recommended for people with brittle dry hair that’s prone to breakage.

There are typically two types of protein treatments to choose from.

Rinse out protein treatments should be applied to freshly washed towel dried hair and covered. These treatments work best if you leave them on for at least 30 to 60 minutes before rinsing. Unless previously instructed, follow the manufacturer’s directions for your specific treatment.

Another way to use protein treatments is to apply them to dry, unwashed hair. Leave them in your hair all day, then rinse them out, followed by a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner.

Leave-in treatments are applied to freshly washed and conditioned, towel dried hair. Apply leave in conditioners according to manufacturer directions and do not rinse.

Protein treatments are only needed occasionally unless your hair's structure has been compromised. However, even then, you shouldn't overuse them.

Moisturizing Treatments

Using heat appliances, chemical processes, and weather conditions remove moisture from your hair that needs to be replaced. If your hair feels dry or looks frizzy, you need to replace it. Deep moisturizing treatments can be applied from root to tip, but they are especially needed on the ends of the hair where moisture is lost quickly.

Moisturizing treatments can be done before or after shampooing. If you shampoo first, apply moisturizing conditioners to moist, damp hair. If you moisturize first, apply to dry, unwashed hair, then shampoo afterward. For very dry and damaged hair, a deep moisturizer should be used weekly. Also, if you use protein treatments often, you may need to deep condition with treatments that require hooded dryers or thermal caps.

Moisturizing treatments are generally left on for approximately an hour, but most can safely be left on overnight or all day. Treatments done on fine hair should be rinsed and shampooed. Thicker hair does not require shampooing after treatment.

Moisturizing treatments can be used regularly in conjunction with protein treatments.

Alternating Treatments

Determining the appropriate intervals for applying protein treatments will largely depend on the condition of your hair, as well as your regular hair care regimen. For damaged hair, protein treatments should be used at least twice a month. To keep your hair soft, moisturizing treatments should be used on alternating weeks or immediately following protein treatments, or in conjunction with them. Thermal caps work well in all instances.

Thermal Heat Caps Help Lift Dark Hair Colors

There is one other time that heating caps come in very handy! If you’ve ever tried highlighting your hair or coloring dark hair a lighter color like light brown or blonde, you know that darker colors can be very resistant and difficult to lift. Heat caps help lift dark colors more efficiently and effectively. Having one around is like having your own personal professional hooded dryer in your own home.

Colors lift much faster and more efficiently when you have extra heat to assist them. Anyone whose used one can provide testimony to that! Thermal heat caps can give you the extra 'oomph' you need, when the going gets tough!

In all, thermal heat caps are a great home appliance to have around. They can really pump up the volume on deep conditioning treatments when you need it most!




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