Capillary H-Brush B.Tox is a powerful hair treatment that delivers its benefits through a combination of active ingredients that are attracted to hair ions and easily absorbed by the hair. The treatment has two primary actions. Firstly, it replaces lost protein mass and hydrates the hair, restoring its health and strength. Secondly, it forms a protective film around the hair cuticle, shielding it from everyday aggressions and promoting longer-lasting results.
The benefits of H-Brush B.Tox include a protective film that promotes greater durability and an even, aligned surface, as well as intense shine and softness. The H-Brush B.Tox line has been specially developed for capillary Botox treatment, with a focus on promoting internal repair and cuticle regeneration. The treatment helps to make hair more resistant, aligned, and shiny, while also reducing volume, frizz, and repairing dry ends.
Key benefits of H-Brush B.Tox include:
- Greater durability and an even, aligned surface thanks to the protective film
- Intense shine and softness
- More resistant, aligned hair
- Reduced volume and frizz
- Repaired dry ends
- Promotes natural balance
To get the best results from H-Brush B.Tox, follow these steps:
- With wet hair, apply a small amount of H-Brush B.Tox Prepare Shampoo to the ends of your hair. Rinse well, making sure to remove any product residue. Repeat if necessary.
- Choose your level of cosmetic treatment based on your hair diagnosis:
a) For an intensive treatment, remove excess water with a towel and apply the Intensive Reconstructive Mask H-Brush B.Tox.
b) For a super-intensive treatment, dry your hair up to 50% and apply the Intensive Reconstructive Mask H-Brush B.Tox of your choice.
c) For an ultra-intensive treatment, dry your hair 100% and apply the Intensive Reconstructive Mask H-Brush B.Tox of your choice.
- Apply the mask strand by strand, 1 cm away from the root, and align your hair with a comb. Let it sit for 20 minutes.
- After the pause time, dry your hair 100% with a warm dryer or do a pre-brush.
- Use a flat iron to seal the strands, working through them one at a time until you achieve a complete seal. Check the flat iron temperature indicator table for guidance.