Thursday, December 12th, 2013


Bubble hair damage

This post is reblogged from the Website of the Trichological Society. Definition: – Bubble Hair damage is an acquired hair shaft deformity associated with hairdressing procedures (hairdryers, hot tongs, straightening irons etc), which employ great heat. It occurs when the hair is heated to temperatures of, or exceeding one hundred degrees centigrade (approximately 212 degrees Fahrenheit), causing any water contained within the cortex, to boil. This, in turn, triggers the transition from liquid to gas as steam is produced. The generation of steam within the cortex results in the formationRead More

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