It seems to be a common observation that customers leave hair salons after hair treatments carrying bags full of cosmetics. Salons are also selling these to some regular customers who got used to the application of the said products. The products that are available in salons also have their counterparts in the grocery and other stores. It is a hair salon specialty clothes product that is normally used for salon procedures but can also be used at home.
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Compared to beauty or hair care products available in grocery stores, products used in salons differ slightly in the ingredients used, most of which are more effective than direct products.
Selection of the right surfactants used in salon products makes them better used and more effective than their analog products. Surfactants make up most of the ingredients in water products.
Surfactants such as ammonium lauryl sulfate, sodium Laureth sulfate, and sodium laurel sulfate make the water look more moisturized and sometimes help to remove cleaning foam or even detergent.
The most commonly used surfactant is Sodium Laureth sulfate because of its gentle nature on the skin and scalp. Softer surfactants are commonly used in salon shampoos and store-bought shampoos.
They are used to promote better and deeper penetration of the conditioner into the scalp and hair and to improve more moisture in the hair.
These specialty ingredients make salon products more expensive than those available at local stores. Regular salon customers can use this product at a special price.
Ingredients other than water and surfactants include flavors, dyes or dyes, and some special flavorings or additives such as aloe vera and honey. These ingredients are effective, but not available in hair care products.