Is Botox For Hair Safe?
Botox treatment for the hair is safe if you buy Formaldehyde-Free products.
Formaldehyde is a chemical substance used in hair products, like keratin treatments. It helps to bond conditioners to the hair so it remains smooth for a long period.
Aldehydes are no doubt an important part of your hair products.
But on the downside, formaldehyde when exposed to heat from your flat iron can cause toxic smoke and eye irritations.
The Cosmetic Ingredient Review, the scientists who recommend safety standards for cosmetic products, advise that cosmetic and hair products should contain less than 0.2 percent formaldehyde.
It is safe to use less than 0.2% Formaldehyde.
Essential Reading: Hair Straightening Without Formaldehyde
Keratin Straightening Treatment Vs Hair Botox
Unlike keratin treatments, Hair Botox treatments do not damage or weaken your hair’s integrity.
The micro molecules in Hair Botox assess the degree of absorption of your hair follicles and infuse the keratin. Keratin treatments can be too strong at times and deliver too much protein to the hair shaft.
Keratin treatments use formaldehyde. Hair Botox does not use any harmful chemicals.
Inoar Argan oil keratin systems now use Glyoxylic Acid, a safer alternative to Formaldehyde.
Let’s take a look at the ingredients that make Botox Hair redefining treatments harmless.
The Ingredients in Botox Hair Redefining Treatments?
Glyoxylic Acid (A NEW Formaldehyde Alternative)
Nano Keratin *
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Botox hair treatment is free from Paraben, a chemical preservative used in hair products.
Parabens in hair products are indeed useful to stop fungus, bacteria and other microbes from growing. But they also pose some health risks according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Conclusion: No Paraben, No Formaldehyde makes Hair Botox a safe treatment for your hair and your health.