People who suffer from frizzy hair try various treatment methods. Some of them, however, are questionable.
In this article, titled “Lies and Truths about Hair Regrowth Treatment,” we will take a look at typical treatment methods from as fair and dispassionate a perspective as possible.
Shaving cures it,” “straightening hair doesn’t last as long,” “non-silicone shampoo is better.”
Let’s consider the first one: is the theory that “shaving cures it” correct or not?
The answer is x.
It is said that frizzy hair is caused by the composition of the hair, or the condition of the pores, or in a broader sense, by genetics. Therefore, even if you shave all your existing hair, the next hair that grows will still be frizzy.
Let’s look at the next question, “The effects of hair straightening do not last long”.
The answer is △.
If you straighten your hair, it will stay straight for two months for shorter people and for a year and a half for longer people. But of course, the newly growing hairs are not straightened, so the frizz in this area will not be cured.
The question of whether non-silicone shampoo is good or bad is also a △.
At one time, shampoos containing silicone attracted a lot of bashing, but silicone has the effect of improving the luster of hair.
As long as you rinse it off properly, it will not have a bad effect on your hair. If anything, it is more important to choose what is right for you.
Two other questions
Another common question is that it is not a good idea to wash your hair on the same day you straighten it.
The answer to this is yes.
Although straightening is an effective treatment for frizzy hair and is very powerful, it is still unstable on the day of treatment. Likewise, tying your hair up is a no-no!
Some say, “a hair dryer with negative ions is good.”
Unfortunately, this is also an x.
To begin with, “negative ions” is a pseudo-scientific term for which no evidence has been obtained (it was temporarily used as an English term for “negative ions,” but this is excluded). Therefore, it has not been proven that “negative ions” have any effects.
However, many products claiming to do so were sold in the 1990s and 2000s or later and use the latest technology, so their performance as hair dryers is certainly good.
I hope I have the right knowledge to help you with your frizzy hair treatment!