I’ve taken a short break from posting regular content to the blog but now I’m back. A few weeks ago, I was back in Colombia for a well-deserved break. During this time, I took advantage of the excellent exchange rate and experimented with various beauty treatments but the one that has gotten the most buzz on my social media handles is the one that I had performed on my hair. The treatment is known as a capillary repolarization and you have now been warned that the treatment requires four hours of your day in the salon. You should also know it slightly burns while the proteins penetrate your hair fibers, but the results you will see are totally worth it. Now a bit about myself, I have curly hair, something that gets even further out of control when we add water to the equation. Although I often love my natural texture, before the treatment my hair was feeling very dry, dull, frizzy, and in dire need of nutrition. The treatment is a three-month-long trade-off because it straightened my curls but resolved the above-mentioned issues.

Before and after the treatment

The actual process consists of various steps: before applying any sort of product or heat, it begins by having your hair washed thoroughly twice to remove any spec oil or dirt from your hair. Once your hair is completely clean, your hair is sectioned off and the product is applied with a tint brush. Not to worry, the treatment will not change the color of your hair, it will just make it much healthier. After the product application comes the worst part, the product burns slightly when it comes into contact with your scalp and while it penetrates the open hair follicles. This sensation lasts maximum 15 minutes and after the second wash, I no longer felt discomfort. The last step consists of a blowout to assure that the hair is completely dry and later the hair is flat ironed to guarantee that the product is completely absorbed, leaving the hair incredibly shiny and straight.

The final result

I left the salon feeling as if I were a different person since I had never seen my hair so straight. The most interesting part of the treatment is that it lasts much longer than I was expecting, almost 3 months instead of a few weeks. Almost a month has passed and my hair is still incredibly soft and hydrated but despite washing it every three days, my curls haven’t returned to their full glory. I know that one day they will come back, it’s just something that will take some getting used to. Despite the surprise of how long it actually lasts, I recommend this treatment to anyone who needs to restore their hair health. I shared all details regarding the name of the salon among others on my Instagram: @beautytraducida.

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