The buzzy haircare trend that began in 2015 with the release of the first-ever hair-straightening gel has taken off in the last few years, thanks in part to a slew of beauty products.
There’s hair-care app Avanti, the new hair-whitening gel, and even hair-dyeing hair products from Honest Beauty, and hair-rejuvenating creams from Skin-Soft and Makeup Geek.
These products offer ingredients like vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants and enzymes that can be used to keep hair from looking and feeling damaged and frizzy.
All in all, these products promise to keep a hair’s look healthy, shiny and natural.
But, there’s a catch.
When it comes to how they can help keep your hairstyle healthy, these hair products are actually making your hair thinner.
“It’s a bit of a Catch-22.
You’re going to lose some of the hydration that you’re getting from using the gel, but if you’re using the creams, you’re actually losing some of that hydration as well,” says Elizabeth Mason, an associate professor of cosmetic dermatology at the University of Michigan Health System.
The result is that the products are also more prone to causing breakouts, dryness, irritation and irritation in the hair.
“I think it’s a pretty big problem that we’re seeing in the beauty industry right now, especially in the United States, because the products tend to contain too many ingredients,” says Mason.
Mason is one of the researchers behind Hair Wholesome, an online salon platform that provides users with curated hair products.
Her company aims to help consumers make informed choices when it comes.
The site has a dedicated section dedicated to hair products, which includes product reviews, ratings and a “recommendations” section that offers recommendations based on customer feedback.
The first two categories of recommendations on the Hair Whores section, which include the new Hair Whos gel and Hair Whosoever hair dye, are a bit more complex.
“We had a few customers who were complaining about the smell, the texture, the color, the consistency and just the general feeling that they’re having,” says Dr. Mason.
“In a way, these are the ingredients that are causing the problem, so they should be avoided altogether.”
For instance, a popular ingredient in hair products called pomatoprem for its anti-inflammatory properties and a synthetic form of aloe vera for its moisturizing properties, are both high in sulfate, which is a common culprit in hair breakouts.
It’s a combination of chemicals that make up pomacor and aloe, which can lead to irritation and breakouts in hair, and pomaxan, which contains sulfate.
Dr. Elizabeth Mason says the ingredient sulfate is a “key ingredient” in hair-loss creams.
(CBC News) “We’re not talking about one particular ingredient, we’re talking about a lot of ingredients, and some of them are known to cause oxidative stress,” says Masterson.
“The problem with sulfate and pomegranate oil, for instance, is that sulfate can react with the pomegras and the pomacentas and lead to a sulfate-rich environment.
And if you’ve ever used a pomegrena cream, it’s just going to oxidize and be damaged and cause irritation and dryness and irritation,” she says.
She recommends avoiding all products containing sulfate or pomegar, and adding a few other sulfate compounds to the mix.
Another popular ingredient, the chemical triclosan, can cause a condition called hyperpigmentation, which causes a greasy appearance on skin and hair.
In general, if you see any of these warnings, don’t buy any of the products.
“You’re not going to feel the full benefits of the product, but you’re going.
You can also have a condition where the product doesn’t do the job you want it to do,” says Bobbi Jones, owner of Hair Whoes Hair Care.
“So you may not be able to get the result that you want, but it’s not a bad thing.
You want the results you want.”
When it’s time to buy, consider using an online marketplace like HairWhos, which allows customers to compare prices, select products and pay with credit cards, debit cards, PayPal or credit cards.
The beauty industry is a big part of the equation.
“When you have more and more products coming out that are selling for more money, that’s going to be a big driver of demand,” says Jones.
“And as more and of those products are selling, the demand for more and higher price is going to grow.”
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