July 04, 2021 2 min read

 

What causes split ends in the hair?

Split ends occur when your hair's ends become dry, brittle, and ragged. They may resemble the unwound end of a rope. Split ends can be caused by exposure to extreme weather conditions and hair care treatments such as blow drying, straightening, and curling. Chemical hair products are also to blame. Almost everyone will have split ends at some point in their lives. For the most part, these grooming techniques are second nature to most individuals, and as a result, they are causing harm to their hair without even recognizing it.

 

What is the most effective method for getting rid of split ends?

It is impossible to reattach split ends. You may try to get rid of split but it may not be that easy. Other people tried to twist a part of the hair and burn it halfway through with a lit candle for candle cutting. It's thought that burning your split ends will form a seal, preventing them from separating again. Nonetheless, some hair specialists are concerned that it may cause split ends and damage to hair follicles. If you want to try candle cutting, hire a specialist. If you try the process on your own, you can end up with burned hair or skin.  

 

Some hair masks are made for deep conditioning treatments that help hydrate and strengthen hair shafts. They're wonderful for hiding split ends and boosting the overall appearance of your hair. Leave-in conditioners are normally applied to damp hair that has been gently towel-dried. Applying the conditioner in sections while applying it to your hair might help you apply it effectively from roots to tips. Hair masks and conditioners can be purchased peremis.com and beauty supply stores, or you can prepare your own.

 

DIRECTIONS

After shampooing, rinse and towel-dry, absorbing all excess moisture. Liberally comb through hair to distribute evenly. Leave on for up to 5 minutes before rinsing. For deeper conditioning you may apply heat. Use no more than twice a week.

 

KEY INGREDIENTS

  • Keratin - Isolated from New Zealand wool, keratin carries special peptides that tell cells to heal and grow, helping to repair, protect and condition hair
  • Limnathes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil - Plant oil that conditions hair, adds shine, aids in moisture retention and controls frizz
  • Arctium Lappa (Burdock) Extract - Rich in phytosterols and essential fatty acids to help promote hair growth while maintaining a healthy scalp by alleviating grease and oil 
  • Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract - Soothes and protects scalp
  • Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice - Saturated with essential vitamins and minerals that help heal scalp, add sheen, luster and shine while fighting frizz and restoring hair back to proper health
  • Wheat Amino Acids - Blend of amino acids from wheat protein that penetrate the hair shaft to condition, repair and add shine to hair
  • Polyquarternium-59 - UV absorber designed to protect hair and prevent fading of color
  • Tocopheryl (Vitamin E) Acetate - Antioxidant that conditions hair and protects against damage

 

 

 

Marta Kauffman
Marta Kauffman



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