Repair Damaged Hair In 3 Easy Steps
NEW Matrix Total Results Re-Bond System At REEDS Salons In Cambridge & Sawston
The new, three-part, Total Results Re-Bond rehab system is an at-home regimen for hair that is extremely damaged from too many chemical treatments or from too much heat styling. Here’s how it works:
The Re-Bond 3 step routine helps fortify weakened, over processed hair. Repair chemically damaged hair and leave it feeling revitalized with strength, smoothness, and manageability. Improves every strand while maintaining hair's resilience.
The Re-Bond Conditioner: Seals in moisture and protects hair from the inside-out.
The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner: Re-connects & re-inforces weakened bonds to build resilience and shine.
The Re-Bond Shampoo: Cleanses product build-up, priming hair for deep repair.
7 Tips for Keeping Your Healed Hair Healthy
Once ReBond has healed your broken and extremely damaged hair, the pros at Matrix offer tips for keeping your hair in tip-top condition;
- Stay Trimmed. Stop split ends before they happen by getting your hair trimmed every two to three months to keep ends healthy.
- Detangle Like a Boss. Brushing or combing vigorously through wet hair can cause hair to snap and break if it’s tangled. Use a wide tooth comb or special detangling brush, start at the bottom and gently untangle hair section by section.
- Sleep Dry. Sleeping on wet hair leads to tangles, and tangles lead to breakage. So if you’re an evening shower person, take the time to dry your hair before you go to bed. Or, work a nighttime hair mask through damp strands, and wind your hair into a bun for protection. Also, consider switching to a satin pillowcase to avoid the friction and snags that can stress damaged hair even more.
- Loosen Up. Tight braids and ponytails are tough on delicate hair strands. So keep your updos, braids, ponies and messy buns as loose as possible. And always use loose-fitting hair ties, smooth clips or elastics to secure your hair; never rubber bands.
- Shampoo Less. The rubbing motion of shampooing your hair causes friction that can cause delicate hair to break. What’s more, over-shampooing may strip your hair of the natural oils that keep it soft and supple. So scale back your shampoos as much as possible. On “no-shampoo” days, freshen your hair and scalp with a dry shampoo.
- Blot, Don’t Rub. Scrubbing your hair dry with a stiff towel after shampooing is another stressor for fragile strands. Pros recommend swapping out the terry towel for an absorbent microfiber cloth and gently squeezing and blotting your wet hair.
- Beat the Heat. Give your hair a break from blow dryers and styling irons whenever you can. Apply an air-dry crème and let your natural hair texture take shape!