Serums for Addressing Concerns
Some salon serums are formulated to help improve hair health. Hydrating serums contain concentrated blends of moisturizers that penetrate strands to replenish lost hydration and make dry hair softer and less brittle. With regular use, hydrating serums can improve the texture of hair and cut down on dryness-related frizz. Repairing serums are used to address signs of damage, such as frequent breakage and split ends. These products usually contain ingredients that fill in worn spots on the strands or that reinforce the strands from root to tip. Some therapeutic serums include ingredients that both hydrate and repair.
Protective Solutions for Your Tresses
Professional stylists use some salon serums to protect their clients' hair from heat, and you can use these same formulas prior to blow drying, flat ironing or curling your tresses to minimize the damage caused by thermal styling. Protective serums act like a heat shield, helping to prevent excessive moisture loss due to evaporation. If your hair is in good health, a protective serum can help you to maintain its strength and beauty. For damaged hair, protective serums can reduce future damage while you use other products to help your hair recover.
Frizz Fighting Serums
Many salon serums on the market today are used to promote smoother tresses. These styling products
create a seal over the hair strands, limiting the amount of humidity from the environment that the tresses absorb. This makes hair less prone to becoming frizzy when you're styling and throughout the day. You can find frizz-fighting serums for straight and curly tresses, and some products even include heat protective ingredients to shield hair from styling damage.
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