Safe At-Home Keratin Treatments For Frizz-Free Hair

safe at-home keratin treatment for hair

Yes, it’s possible to achieve smooth, frizz-free hair with an at-home keratin treatment that’s safe to use.

Going to the hair salon every 3 to 6 months for a keratin treatment may cut your hair styling time in half, but what about the 4-6 hours required for every treatment needed? And don’t forget the money it costs.

One salon keratin treatment can cost $300 or more, and take a minimum time of two hours in the salon – depending on the length and thickness of your hair.

At-home keratin treatments mean you can still achieve the same smoothing properties as a salon treatment – without the excess time spent at the salon, the significant amount of money spent, and minus the harsh chemicals often found in some salon keratin services

How is at-home keratin treatments different from salon treatments?

An at-home treatment won’t last as long as a salon one. However, you can still get the job done easy enough with brands like Troya Beauty, who have specially formulated an at-home keratin treatment, designed for easy and safe use.

The BONDED Keratin Mending Treatment by Troya is a salon-quality keratin treatment, minus the costs and the time.

Designed and produced by renowned Australian cosmetologists, BONDED includes an easy, two-step process which will leave your hair healthier, smoother, and frizz-free for up to 3 months by combining keratin and collagen proteins without any nasties or animal testing.

That means no formaldehyde or other damaging chemicals which can be found in traditional salon treatments.

First founded as in-salon treatment, BONDED Keratin was revolutionised for easy at-home use whilst maintaining exceptional salon-quality.

It is currently the only at-home keratin treatment which is formaldehyde free – and free of other nasties, and can be applied on your own; without gloves, or application brushes.

The bundle, sold via troyabeauty.com.au features a deep cleansing shampoo and the treatment itself, both having more than enough contents to last 2+ uses – or 6 months.

So rather than leaving the salon after hours of application, unsure of how long the treatment will actually last, the power is in your hands with the ability to top up as you wish.

BONDED only needs to be applied once every 3 months. However, you can sneak applications in between when hair is frizzy or needs a boost, as there are no harmful/damaging effects when you use the treatment shampoo and conditioner more than once in a week.

Just be sure to not over do it with the flat iron on the straightening step – full instructions on how to use it, are provided when you purchase Bonded.

Results to expect after using Bonded:

  • Hair looks and feels smoother
  • Heat-styling time post treatment is reduced
  • Frizz is significantly reduced
  • Hair is a lot easier to tame and style 
  • Damaged ends dramatically reduced
  • It costs less than ¼ of the cost of the average salon keratin treatment
  • No strange odours or excessive fumes

For curly hair, the treatment can be used to maintain curls and waves, without having an impact on volume or texture. 

Post BONDED Keratin Mending Treatment: Curls and waves
Post BONDED Keratin Mending Treatment: When used to smoothen and straighten hair

The BONDED Keratin Mending Treatment is exclusive to troyabeauty.com.au which is also home to some of the best brands in hair and beauty including Dermalogica, NAK Hair, De Lorenzo, Medik8, ghd, and more. 

Troya Beauty also provides qualified hairdressers and beauticians to talk to, who are available 7 days a week to dish out free advice when making a purchase.

Combine this with the fact that it’s the only place you can get your hands on the BONDED Keratin Mending Treatment, and it is easy to see why so many are making Troya Beauty their go-to shopping destination for all things hair and beauty.

Stacey Fields

Contributor

Stacey is a guest contributor for Bondi Beauty, working as a freelance writer. She loves writing about a variety of health and beauty topics and hope to run her own blog one day.

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