Rena Moore Hair Brushes December 08th, 2017 - 11:27:59
Can laser hair brushes actually stop the thinning hair and balding problems that affect millions of people? Knowing that many others are suffering from daily hair loss does not stop the frustration of waking up each and every morning with an ever increasing amount of hair left on your pillow, and an ever decreasing amount of hair on the head of the person in the mirror. Numerous hair loss treatments have been offered throughout the years. Most of these are temporary solutions that only delay the inevitable. However, one of the newest therapies on the market is low level laser treatment delivered by these hand held laser devices.
Hair loss is certainly not the worst medical condition to have, but for those who decide that hair re-growth is important, the low level therapy in laser hair brushes is a good treatment to explore. Their wooden hair brush with nylon bristles was a huge success, and from there Cricket brushes became a successful national brand. Cricket has been the company behind such innovative hairbrushes as "static-free" and "boar-bristle" brushes. Just as they got their start by meeting a market need, they are always launching Cricket brushes that address common needs and requests in the hair care and styling marketplace. The number one selling hairbrush in the salon industry is the Cricket Technique brush.
The Heat Freak brushes feature an innovative ceramic barrel with three channels that grip and distribute hair evenly while styling. The ionic bristles emit negative ions to seal the cuticle, smooth the hair and eliminate frizz. The Rusk Heat Freak Round Brush comes in 2", 2 ½", 3", 3 ½". The three channels on the brush, grip and distribute the hair evenly while styling for the ultimate convenience and precision. The ceramic barrel and ionic bristles emit negative ions that seal the cuticle, smooth the hair and eliminating frizz. Sam Leonardi, a professional celebrity hairstylist, worked with Rusk to design the perfect styling brushes and that was the birth of the Rusk Da Vinci Collection.
Brush and comb your hair as infrequently and as gently as possible (Your fingers will do the trick). Do not use a brush on your hair when it is wet and start with a wide-toothed comb first. Be sure not to over-brush dry hair. Never twist, tousle or wring your hair dry in a towel, but instead squeeze it dry gently using your hands. If your hair maintains a lot of static, it could be due to dry weather, dry indoor air or a fine hair type. However, you can also get static if your brush has plastic bristles or tines. In this instance, switch to a natural bristle brush or mist hair spray on the brush and restyle. Handle your hair as little as possible. Avoid direct sun exposure and dont over do coloring or perms.