Tonya Castillo Hair Brushes January 14th, 2018 - 18:26:20
For those of us with an unlimited budget, we can try any method of trying to keep from losing our hair. But most of us want the most effective method for our money. Surgery is extremely expensive, prescription medications are scary and expensive, gooey hair products dont work, and laser light therapy has now been around long enough to have a proven track record. Laser hair brushes are now available for so much less than prescription medications and surgery, and promise no side effects. To me, the choice is simple. Low level laser treatment does work, and for those of us who can see an older relative starting to lose hair or going bald, the time to start treatment is now. For those of us already thinning or balding, treating the condition could provide an immense psychological boost.
Featuring tourmaline bristles, this brush actually helps to drive moisture into the scalp and hair shaft. The bristles are heat resistant and static free so hair is brushed without leaving behind frizz or fuzz. A ceramic core works with the heat of the blow dryer to dry the hair completely and evenly leaving behind shiny and smooth hair. One great feature about the Cricket Technique brush is its versatility. It can be used with a blow dryer to straighten hair due to its ability to grab the section of hair tightly and provide just enough resistance to smooth away curls or waves. It can also be used to add volume and body by wrapping the hair around the brush and blasting with the blow dryer.
This results in an increase of cellular activity and in renewed growth of formerly dormant hair follicles on the scalp. According to the FDA, laser hair brushes are given specific guidelines under which to operate. A quality company will have researched their product, will have run their own testing, will have a system of complementary hair and nutritional products to ensure optimal results and will guarantee their product. Most offer a 90+ percent success rate, with an average re-growth rate able to be seen in less than three months of use. In fact, photobiostimulation (using light to stimulate biological processes) has been successfully used for the past 30 years to treat pain and a variety of injuries.
As I have found over my years of brush use, all hairbrushes are not the created the same. Some are best for styling; others are ideal for creating smoothness or curvy waves. A lot of brushes are available for specific purposes. Once you find out what your needs are for your hair length, texture and style then you are on track. Check to see which type of brush your stylist uses. If you like it, buy it. This selection could change if you decide a short cut is more your style. This brush is flat, wide and is best for brushing out long hair and creating straight, smooth styles. It can also give you a mini scalp massage. Because of its shape and size this brush should not be used to brush layers. It will never add volume, which is what layers are for.