Customized Hair Care Is The Future

Have you ever wondered why it's so hard for you to manage your hair? Is it because some hair products work and then stop working?

Our hair changes as we age, so we have different needs. Every person has different combinations of hair characteristics and the conditions and needs of their hair change depending on the treatment, lifestyle, and environment. We should not compare shopping for hair care products with shopping for a shirt at the mall. What shampoo and conditioner are right for you depends on a variety of factors.

Traditional hair care: what's wrong with it?

Traditionally, hair products are grouped into a few standard categories and are made to fit a variety of hair types. There are typically two hair types that products seem to address; for example - curly, dark hair or straight, blonde hair. Many customer problems cannot be addressed with a single generic product due to these generic products. Because every individual's hair condition is different, there is no "one size fits all" hair care product. Perhaps you would benefit from trying a custom hair care brand that understands the specific ingredients your hair needs in order to stay healthy if you find that your shampoo and conditioner haven't improved your hair.

Customization: Why is it important?

There are multiple factors involved

Many factors influence our hair, but no product on the market is able to address these factors effectively and comprehensively. The following factors affect our hair and the products we choose:

  • Hair type
  • Hair texture
  • Scalp oiliness
  • UV exposure
  • Humidity
  • Cuticle condition
  • Hair treatments

All of these factors affect how we perceive our hair, specifically how we judge frizz, volume, breakage, shine, and split ends. Let's examine frizz. Frizz is caused by each fiber having its own shape, which can make it difficult for hair to align in the desired style. Did you know that there are a variety of factors that determine frizz? Several factors affect frizz, from hair type to texture to cuticle condition to humidity, and every person has a unique combination of these factors that can contribute to their frizz problem. Understanding what causes frizz is the best approach to treating it. Afterward, you can use the appropriate ingredients to address that issue.

Having Different Goals

Our hair goals are as varied as our unique hair. It's common for people to want to remove the annoying frizz, while others desire long, luscious hair. Then there are those who want voluminous hairstyles and those who want the "short hair, don't care" look. Why should people use the same products or treatments since there are so many different types of conditions, needs, and goals? They shouldn't. People need customized hair products and follow tailored hair regimens to have healthy, beautiful hair and achieve their individual goals.

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Friday, May 13, 2022