Step-Step Guide: Apply, Maintain Hair Replacement System

Step-Step Guide: Apply, Maintain Hair Replacement System

The best hair replacement system needs care and those opting for a Hair replacement system need to know how to take care of it. If neglected it can cause health issues too.

Buying a hair replacement system does entail how to maintain it. Proper advice must be sought for it. Daily maintenance is required as it will otherwise shorten the lifespan of a hair replacement system. 

What to look for in a hair replacement system?

  • Different ventilation methods 

The best hair replacement systems are hand prepared, instead of machine. To ensure that the knots are invisible as possible, the knots need to be rather very tiny. These tiny knots are very fragile and require a hair replacement system to start shedding at the 3-month mark. The most common cause of hair loss is the bleached knot, the chemicals made use of in bleaching which weakens the hairs and causes hair loss.

Using improper shampoo and conditioner shampoo can indeed have a bad effect on the hair to some extent. Harmful chemicals found in most shampoos can damage the hair system, making it prone to hair loss and also shortening its life, and this can be harmful physically and mentally and also can cause cancer.

Step-Step Guide: Apply, Maintain Hair Replacement System

● Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)

Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate consist of two types of sulfate, a common ingredient in shampoo and one of the most destructive chemicals. When rinsing shampoo, the surfactants break down the proteins required for hair growth and also remove the protective oils from the hair, thus causing it to dry and break. It also causes allergic reactions to a certain extent.

● Parabens

Parabens are used as a preservative to prevent bacteria from growing in cosmetics as well as shampoos. It can be present in the onset of bacteria in the hair products. They are similar to fragrances, as they affect people’s hormones and also mimic the hormone estrogen, and have been associated with increased growth of breast cancer cells.

● Sodium Chloride

Sodium Chloride is salt and is not good for hair health. Sodium chloride will rather lessen the health of the hair, making the scalp dry and itchy, and making one’s hair dry and brittle.

● Propylene Glycols

Although Propylene glycol is useful with shampoo concentration, it helps the scalp absorb other chemicals in shampoo. But it turns out to be a skin irritant and damages the health of the hair.

● Diethanolamine (DEA) and Triethanolamine (TEA)

These two chemicals can irritate the skin and destroy keratin, which is a key component of hair. This causes dry, brittle hair.

● Chemical Fragrances

Many prefer fragrant shampoo for its scent. They may overlook the hidden chemicals which can cause a hormonal imbalance and disrupt the reproductive systems. They can also cause cancer, and asthma as well affect women’s breast milk. It irritates the skin and scalp, leading to hair loss.

● Alcohol

Alcohol is a common component in shampoos and has a drying effect. Products containing it can cause tangling of hair and drying.

● Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde in shampoo can prove to be harmful. It can cause ‘allergic’ reactions, which include skin irritations as well as asthma.

● Synthetic Colors

Most shampoos as well as conditioners often do add synthetic colors for a better color. These colors happen to be derived from petroleum or coal-tar sources, which prove to be harmful to health. Many cause diseases, especially cancer.

● Dimethicone

Dimethicone is a sort of silicone and is plastic, contributing to product buildup thus leading to greasy hair. It weighs the hair down, making it heavy, limp, and lifeless as well. If the hair or scalp is covered with such plastic film, it can block moisture as well as nutrients from entering and clogging the pores and causing skin allergies or hair loss.

Wrong way of washing hair replacement system 

● Excessively hot or cold water 

● Using a hairdryer in the hottest setting-  

● Brushing or Combing While Wet. 

    • Friction
    • Excessive ironing and dyeing

Hair replacement system maintenance is a difficult process and is time-consuming.