Featured Treatment: Chemistry Revitalizing Hair Treatment

Our featured treatment this month is Redken’s Chemistry Revitalizing Hair Treatment. This is an inexpensive way to bump up your hair’s shine and body, and it’s also a great way to retain color longer. You can add this treatment to a chemical service like highlights. Many guests also choose to have it done after each cut. Read on to find out more about this treatment and see if it’s right for you.

Custom Formula

Everyone’s hair is different, which is why one-size-fits-all treatments don’t always give you the results you want. The Chemistry Revitalizing Treatment starts with your stylist evaluating your hair type and areas where you want to see improvement. For example, if you have dry hair, adding moisture is a top priority, and weak hair needs protein for strength. Frizzy hair needs to be smoothed, while fine hair does best with light moisture ethat won’t weigh hair down.

Once your hair’s needs are established, your stylist will blend up to three different ingredients to make a custom formula for use in the treatment. This ensures an individualized treatment that will target the areas you want without any additional ingredients you don’t want.

Redken has several different lines that correlate with the chemistry treatment system, like the extreme line for protein infusion and strength.

Redken has several different lines that correlate with the chemistry treatment system, like the extreme line for protein infusion and strength.

Who Can Benefit

This treatment is especially beneficial after a chemical service, like highlights or a high lift. It helps retain your color longer and replenish some of the moisture lost during chemical treatments.

If you commonly use heat tools to style your hair, you probably know that this can quickly lead to damage. A Chemistry Revitalizing Treatment after every haircut will go a long way toward repairing and protecting your hair. Aim for having the treatment done every 4-6 weeks for the best results.

 

The next time you’re in the salon, ask your stylist to add on a Chemistry Revitalizing Treatment. It’s an inexpensive beauty investment that can pay off in amazing results.