Rebonding is a chemical hair treatment that makes your hair straight, sleek and shiny.
The Process of Rebonding
The time taken to complete a rebonding treatment depends upon the length, type and thickness of your hair. Hair till mid back can take about 8 hours or more to be rebonded.
The rebonding process starts with the application of a cream softener or relaxant designed to break down the normal structure of your hair. This is followed by the application of keratin lotion and neutralizer which restructures your hair and makes it straight. The effects of rebonding last from 6 to 12 months, and is one of the more expensive hair straightening treatments. After the procedure, you are told not to wash your hair for three to four days, or use any hair accessories to bind it.
• semi hair rebond
process takes less time than hair rebonding. Aside from time, the price is also cheaper. Unlike hair rebonding, semi hair rebonding gives your hair a natural straight look because the hair is not that flat. Also, semi hair rebond gives your hair more body.
• milk rebond
This hair straightening process is ideal for chemical treated hair. Milk rebonding was first introduced in the Philippines by Ricky Reyes. The formula is made of 70 percent milk. The process do not only give every girl a shiny hair but also brings back hair protein and heal the hair cuticle.
Hair that has undergone rebonding should never be subject to hot water or even a warm water wash. Use only cold water on your hair. In addition, do not use heated flat irons and curling irons. In addition, avoid using a hair dryer. If you have to blow dry your hair do it on the cold air setting.
Conditioners are like life-giving nectar for your hair. Condition your hair generously and regularly, and use a leave in conditioner. In addition, occasionally use a clarifying shampoo that will clear out any residual products in your hair.
Finally, forget about subjecting your hair to any other chemical treatment for at least six months after your rebonding treatment.. However tempted you might be, think about the further damage that additional chemicals can do to your hair.
Once your hair is straightened you have to touch up the new growth every three months, six months or a year, depending upon your growth.