What is an official, adapted Capillary Schedule, how to do it, products

They are short or long, with bangs, super modern, dyed or with lights. No matter the style, the size or if they are natural, the threads need care, after all they make all the difference when composing the look.

You can still be very attached to the hair, of those who invest hours (and some money) to take care of it, or if you just want to keep the hair healthy in day: care is necessary and should be part of the routine.

Giving attention to the hair goes beyond aesthetics, as hydration and reconstruction leave the hair more fortified, healthier and with less hair loss.

For that, how about investing in the capillary schedule?


What is capillary schedule?

Have you thought about conquering healthy, strong, soft, hydrated and full of life threads? That celebrity-like hair, which (certainly) invests a lot of money and several hours in the salon.

Maybe you even think that having hair like this is only possible because the famous have a hairdresser available at all times. But the truth is that through a recent tactic, you can also conquer those threads of dreams.

The hair schedule is a method that will restore life and health to your hair, recovering any type of hair through affordable treatments (both financially and in the way of doing it).

But it is not magic, as this care must be planned and followed properly, aiming at long-term care, but offering results already in the first weeks.

And there are no contraindicated hairs: it doesn’t matter if your strands are straight, curly or curly, if they are natural, chemically treated or in transition to the natural. Certainly they will benefit from the capillary schedule.

As the name says, the method is a schedule and there is no ready formula. It is necessary to identify the degree of compromise of your hair and invest in care.

In a simple way, the capillary schedule is a treatment table that lasts 1 month and can be repeated, prolonging the treatment, until all the hairs are properly recovered.

The steps involve hydration, moistening or nutrition and reconstruction. Although there is an official capillary schedule, which is fixed, the professionals indicate that in order to obtain better results, the care routine must be stipulated considering the needs of each hair.

Official capillary schedule

The official capillary schedule has a stipulated table that can be followed. There are recommendations that, before adapting your own table, you start the schedule with the official routine, making the wires get used and be prepared in advance for the intensification of care.

But the suggestion is not a consensus among professionals, as some suggest that the schedule should start with specific care for your hair, so the results are more effective.

In the table below you will find general recommendations. The treatment lasts 1 month, with 3 weekly treatments. The days do not necessarily have to be Monday, Wednesday and Friday, but there must be at least 1 day between each procedure.

The procedures can be done on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as follows:

  • 1st week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition;
  • 2nd week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition;
  • 3rd week : Hydration, Hydration and Reconstruction;
  • 4th week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition.

But if you want to start with the specific schedule, first you need to understand the logic of each procedure and at what stage your wires are.

Hydration, nutrition and reconstruction: what’s the difference?

These 3 treatments are already known by those interested in hair care. The difference is that in the capillary schedule, they will be planned according to your hair to offer the best result for each technique.

To know how and why to carry out the procedures, it is necessary to understand the action of each one of them:


It is wrong to think that only wires with a dry aspect, with frizz, exposed to the sun or chemically treated need hydration. Hair loses nutrients, water and mass throughout the day, as they are always exposed to some aggressive agent, such as the sun, wind, pollution and cold.

The body’s own conditions can alter the supply of nutrients to the hair, such as poor diet or hormonal changes. In addition, if you like to change the look and add more color, straighten or curl the locks, they certainly need more attention in the dryness issue.

The hydration procedure is always the main point of all planning for the recovery of locks, which aims to replenish the water and moisture of the hair. That is, rehydrate them. It is especially suitable for repairing wires:

  • Dry;
  • Rough;
  • With little brightness;
  • That easily tangle at the ends;
  • With little flexibility;
  • Brittle;
  • With slightly open cuticles.

Usually, the treatment does not act deeply, like reconstruction, but offers the necessary nutrients to make them healthier, silky, shiny and strengthened.

The advantage of hydration is that it can (and should) be carried out by any type of hair, whether it is little or very damaged, at home or in the salon. In addition, the products sold are diverse and you can test several, until you find the one that brings the best results.

Moisturizing the strands has no great secrets: the ideal is to maintain a weekly or fortnightly frequency, even if the strands do not look as dry or damaged. Hydration can involve different products, according to the needs of your hair.

Hydration masks are usually composed of silicones, fruits and botanical extracts. They act on the outermost layer and are indicated for the least damaged hairs, since the ampoules have properties that penetrate better into the capillary structure and confer more potent results.

In general, the masks or products indicated for hydration contain, in their formulations, at least 1 of these elements:

  • Panthenol;
  • Glycerin;
  • Aloe Vera or babosa;
  • Mel;
  • Vitamins;
  • Plant extracts;
  • Silicones.

But it is necessary to pay attention to excess as well. If you apply too much product or do not respect the interval between each treatment, it is possible that the effects are quite bad, with scaling of the scalp and increased oiliness mainly at the root of the hair.

Nutrition or moistening

Nourishing the hair has the function of replenishing the lipids, that is, the procedure returns the oiliness of the strands. And those who have oily hair are mistaken and think they can dispense with this treatment, after all the wires need the lipids to stay aligned, beautiful and healthy.

Wetting can be done with vegetable oils or nutrition masks enriched with oils, being indicated to return or give more shine, strength and vitality to the hair, removing that dry and damaged aspect. The technique is indicated for hair:

  • That they set up easily;
  • Rough;
  • That makes me easily pregnant;
  • With dry aspect;
  • Dull;
  • With split ends;
  • With frizz.

In addition, nutrition should be done along with hydration to reinforce its benefits and decrease water loss through the hair.

Stayed in doubt? Nutrition and moisturizing are two different processes, but they have the same objective – nourishing the hair – and therefore they are part of the same stage. While nutrition is done with nutritious masks or oil mixed with the mask , wetting is done only with vegetable or mineral oil.

The same rule applies here: nothing in excess. Overfeeding can result in greasy, heavy, motionless hair.


The wires have keratin, which is lost when he suffers aggressions from heat, the sun or chemicals, for example. Capillary reconstruction aims to replace mass, keratin, proteins and amino acids, being essential for hair:

  • Parched;
  • With porous threads;
  • Brittle;
  • With little elasticity;
  • Who receive chemistry very often.

The procedure is usually done less frequently than hydrations, but the amount is defined according to the damage of the hair. In general, yarns that are subjected to progressive, straightening, dyeing or other chemical procedures tend to become more weakened and lose more keratin.

It is worth remembering that the reconstruction will not leave the hair brighter or more silky, as the procedure only replenishes the capillary mass, protects and strengthens the strands.

Overdoing the reconstruction can make your hair stiff and weaken it. This is because the exaggeration of keratin hardens the structure of the hair and favors it to break.

How to evaluate your hair?

If you request a microscopic test of your hair, called a hair analysis, the professional will be able to identify the health of the hair.

In general, 4 levels of erosion are used, according to the scale below:

  • Level 0 : the hair is soft and shiny, the damage is small (since every hair suffers some action or damage). But the fiber is well sealed, that is, the entire length of the wire has no flaking or open cuticles.
  • Level 1 : the hair has a slightly rough touch, but it looks healthy. Along the wire, there are small (very small) openings in the cuticle and the fibers begin to show irregularities.
  • Level 2 : the cuticle has a significant opening and the hair fibers are very irregular and demarcated. The hair is usually rough, brittle and there are difficulties in combing it.
  • Level 3 : there is spacing between the fibers (and the professional can observe the intracellular mass of the surface), the fibers are quite uneven and the damage is well demarcated. The hair is very opaque, rough, fragile and without movement.
  • Level 4 : erosion is intense, meaning great damage to the hair.

But calm down, the test is only for deeper searches of the yarn. You can test the health of your hair at home, in a simple way:

Glass of water or porosity test

All hair has some degree of porosity and it is necessary that he has it, because it is through the healthy degree of porosity that the strands are able to better absorb the treatments. There are 3 degrees, which are:

  • Low : the wires have tightly closed cuticles, are generally healthy and look shiny, but have less water absorption, hydration and reconstruction. If your hair is of low porosity, invest in hydration;
  • Medium : the hair has slightly open cuticles and allows the treatments to penetrate the hair in an easier way. It is usually hair that has already undergone chemical procedures, but without severe damage, so they tend to need more nutrition. If your hair has medium porosity, choose nutrition or moisturizing;
  • High : the wires have very open cuticles, so they can absorb water quickly. What may seem advantageous is actually quite bad, as the hair also loses this water very quickly. The result is that the strands become fragile, dry and sometimes frizzy. If your hair has sunk, it’s time to step up reconstruction.

To test, you need a glass of water and a hair of your own. It is best if your hair has been washed on the day, you can even use those strands that fall out during the bath.

Fill the glass with water, put the wires inside and wait for about 10 minutes. If it is floating or very close to the surface, it means that the porosity is low. If the wire goes down a little, hanging in the middle of the glass, it is because your hair has a medium porosity. But if the hair sinks completely, it indicates that the porosity is high.

Elasticity test

So that the threads do not break with each movement, it is necessary that they have a little elasticity. When they are badly damaged, fragile or dry, the elasticity is greatly impaired, causing them to break.

It is a very suitable test for colored hair or with locks. To test the elasticity of your yarn, pull one out (it must be dry). Stretch it without too much force, but enough so that it is completely elongated and observes the behavior:

  • Healthy thread: it will stretch, stretching slightly and return to normal state.
  • Very elastic: yarn stretches, but undergoes changes in structure (does not return to normal state) or breaks. This is a sign that the elasticity is altered and the hair is very fragile. It is necessary to intensify nutrition and reconstruction.
  • Inelastic: the wire breaks quickly, presents a resistant structure when you try to stretch it and, in general, appears dry. It is necessary to invest in hydration and nutrition.

Cuticle test

There is also the cuticle test that can be done without having to pull the hair out of the head. Place your fingers at the beginning of the wire, which is the part that is on the scalp, with the tip of your index and thumb fingers, just like tweezers.

Then slide your fingers to the end and notice the slip: if the friction between your skin and the hair is light or small, it is a sign that the hair is healthy and the cuticles are very firm.

If there is greater friction, with some resistance to sliding, it is a sign that the cuticles are very open and the porosity is high.

If there is no friction, the porosity is low, indicating that the cuticles are tightly closed and that your hair has probably never been chemically treated (such as a progressive brush or dye).

Capillary schedule for each capillary damage

You can start treating your hair with the official capillary schedule and, after 1 month, migrate to the treatment adapted to your hair or start with the adapted capillary schedule.

For this, you need to do the porosity, elasticity or cuticle tests and find out how your hair is doing.

It is important to remember that this treatment table is to facilitate and organize hair care, so you can use the official suggestion or the adapted ones.

Below you will find ready-made models for each degree of hair damage:

Capillary schedule for healthy hair

In general, they are hair without dye or chemical. They have a lot of shine, lightness and silkiness. But it is not only the aesthetics that is good, as the yarn is well nourished, with the structure preserved and resistant.

Only this hair needs to maintain care to remain beautiful and healthy, so you can organize your schedule like this:

The procedures can be done on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as follows:

  • 1st week : Hydration, Hydration and Reconstruction
  • 2nd week : Hydration, Nutrition and Hydration
  • 3rd week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition
  • 4th week : Hydration, Nutrition and Reconstruction

The priority is hydration, which is performed 7 times during the month. Nutrition and reconstruction must be done as well, but the space between each is greater. As the hair is healthy, it needs to maintain nutrients and hydration, protecting the structure from daily damage.

Capillary schedule for lightly damaged hair

If your hair is slightly damaged, probably less shiny and with a moderate degree of dryness, it is good to invest in nutrition.

The procedures can be done on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as follows:

  • 1st week : Hydration, Nutrition and Hydration;
  • 2nd week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition;
  • 3rd week : Hydration, Nutrition and Hydration;
  • 4th week : Hydration, Nutrition and Reconstruction.

Hydration remains a priority, but for slightly damaged hair it is necessary to intensify nutrition, which occurs 4 times a month.

Capillary schedule for severely damaged hair

Very damaged hair looks very dry, brittle and usually frizzy. Split ends appear more quickly and the strands tend to be more rigid and rough.

Did you test the porosity and your wire sank? It is necessary to intensify the reconstruction:

The procedures can be done on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as follows:

  • 1st week : Hydration, Nutrition and Reconstruction;
  • 2nd week : Nutrition, Hydration and Nutrition;
  • 3rd week : Hydration, Nutrition and Reconstruction;
  • 4th week : Hydration, Hydration and Nutrition.

Very damaged hair needs more intensive treatments, which provide protection to the hair, but which offer the nutrients capable of recovering health.

There is no point in doing hair reconstruction without hydration, as the strands can become heavier and even more brittle.

But it is necessary to pay attention to the space between each treatment, so that the hair is also not overloaded, as the reconstruction can have the opposite effect and leave the hair more dense and brittle.

How to do each treatment?

Now you know how to set up your care routine and you need two fundamental things: follow the table and know how to do each treatment.

As care is frequent – 3 times a week – doing hydration, nutrition and reconstruction at home is a good option to save money and time.

There are different ways, products and ways to care for the hair. It is important to remember that no hair is the same as the other, so the care that another person has will not always have the same results on you.

The ideal, then, is to test the types of treatment and find the one that is best suited to what you want.

Some options and tips for the procedures are:

How to do hydration?

The basic process of hydration should begin with cleaning the strands. Wash your hair with the shampoo of your choice, making light and circular movements. Many trichologists (hair specialists) indicate that it is neither necessary nor recommended to rub the threads, since the foam and the rinse are enough to clean them. Repeat the wash.

Pressing a soft towel against the strands, remove excess water. No rubbing your head, as this can cause frizz.

Choose the moisturizing mask according to your hair and apply it strand by strand. Remember not to deposit the product too close to the scalp.

Among the components you can choose to moisturize your hair are:

  • D-Panthenol: helps to prolong hydration, gives more softness and shine;
  • Olive Butter: promotes deep hydration;
  • Extra Virgin Coconut Oil: it has nutrients and vitamin E;
  • Aloe: helps in the regeneration of the hair, reducing the fall;
  • Amino acids: leave the hair stronger and softer, as they help to restructure the hair fiber.

Each product has a different action time, so check the label, but it needs to stay on for about 10 minutes.

If you want to intensify the action, you can use specific hydration caps or wrap a plastic (the famous plastic bag) and a towel over it. This will keep the head warm and the product will perform better.

Rinse well until all the product is removed.

How to do nutrition or moistening?

Nourishing the hair is returning the essential oil for the health of the strands. The products indicated to nourish the hair can bring, in its composition, 1 or more of these components:

  • Avocado oil: has vitamins A, D and E;
  • Coconut oil: has vitamin E and fatty acids, strengthening the hair;
  • Argan oil: reduces frizz and the rough appearance of the threads;
  • Grape seed oil: rich in vitamin E and fatty acids;
  • Olive Oil: source of vitamins A, D, K and E;
  • Linseed oil: has omega 6, vitamin E and ceramides;
  • Castor Oil: helps in strengthening and decreases breakage;
  • Ojon oil: reduces frizz and deeply nourishes;
  • Shea butter: rich in vitamins A and E, it also reduces water loss from the hair;
  • Mango butter: moisturizes deeply;
  • Murumuru butter: rich in fatty acids and helps to reduce frizz;
  • Cocoa butter: seals the threads and protects against the sun’s rays;
  • Cupuaçu butter: rich in fatty acids, gives softness and protects the wires from sun damage;

There are 3 ways to do the treatment:

Nutrition with mask

There are several products composed of oils and butters that help to return the oiliness of the threads.

To make the nutrition in the bath, wash your hair with shampoo and rinse well. Choose the nutritional mask of your choice and apply it to each strand of hair, avoiding depositing the product at the root. On average, the mask should last for 20 minutes. After time, rinse well.

Wetting with vegetable oil

The ideal is not to wash your hair on the day of nutrition, so, with dirty and dry hair, choose the product (such as coconut oil, avocado oil or any other of your preference) and apply it over the entire length of the hair, from root to ends.

Apply strand by strand to prevent oil from accumulating or not covering some strands. Leave to act for at least 20 minutes and then rinse to remove the first layer of the product. Wash normally (twice), if necessary use conditioner and rinse well.

Night wetting

Just like wetting with vegetable oil, the night type needs the hairs to be dirtier and drier. Apply the product on each strand, including the root. The more you massage the scalp, the better the stimulation of the region will be, as the movements favor blood circulation.

You need to wrap a fabric around your head to increase the temperature and avoid soiling the pillow, giving preference to the fabrics, as they allow the hair to breathe. The next day, in the morning, you should rinse the strands with warm or cold water. Ideally, it should be cooler.

Wash your hair normally and rinse well. After bathing, you can still use a styling cream to help protect the strands.

How to do reconstruction?

Reconstruction is a treatment to return keratin to the hair. The substance is a protein that constitutes about 90% of the hair and without it the hair is fragile, inelastic and brittle.

To make the treatment, you will need liquid or gel keratin (it will only change the way of application, the effect is the same), anti-residue shampoo, hydration mask of your choice and thermal protector (only if you finish the process with hairdryer and flat iron).

Among the components that are normally found in reconstruction masks are:

  • Keratin;
  • Creatine;
  • Cysteine;
  • Collagen;
  • Arginine;
  • Amino acids;
  • Hydrolyzed protein (such as wheat and corn).

Wash your hair giving preference to an anti-residue shampoo, as it promotes a deeper cleaning and helps in opening the cuticles of the hair. That is, the reconstruction product will penetrate more easily.

After washing, remove excess water by pressing on a towel without rubbing. Separate the hair into strands to apply the keratin, ensuring that the product is deposited evenly.

There are keratins sold in liquid form and others with a more pasty consistency. To facilitate the application, you can use sprinklers (when it is liquid) or brushes (when it is in paste). The action time is 5 to 10 minutes.

After that, apply a mask of intense hydration and let it act for about 20 minutes. Rinse your hair thoroughly.

If you want to finish the process using a hairdryer or flat iron, you need to use the thermal protector. Dry the wires with the dryer, apply the protector and iron the flat iron. The ideal is to wait at least 48 hours to wash the wires.

Which products to use?

There are several product options to moisturize, nourish and recover the hair, from natural ones (like almond oil), to the most elaborate and enriched ones (like nutritional masks).

The choice should be according to your hair type and your preferences. It is also important to know the product before using it, especially if the idea is to wet it at night (as you will be in contact with the substances for a longer time).

Always perform a dermatological test, applying a small amount of the cream or gel on the forearm region. Wait at least 30 minutes and watch for irritation, itching or allergic signs in the area or other parts of the body.

To make your choice easier, below you will find a selection of indicated products.

When washing hair, either before applying hydration or after making nutrition, it is ideal to use shampoos that deeply clean the hair and remove impurities and product residues.

Shampoos such as Phytoervas Anti-Residues  or Vizcaya Deep Cleansing Anti-Residues are delicate products with the threads that help in the healthy aspect of the hair.

To reinforce the hydration action, the Super Hydrating Mask Lola Morte Sudda and the Intensive Pantene Hydro-Cauterization Mask .

How about intensifying wetting with combined products? Tresemmé Oil Elixir oil mixes macadamia and grape seed extract , promoting more vitamins and nutrients to the hair, and the Moisturizing Oil Salon Line Tô de Cacho, combines extracts of Coconut, Argan and Mango .

But you can also assemble your mixtures, combining properties or using isolated products. For example, castor oil and almond oil .

Among the hydration masks that can assist in hair reconstruction, are Botox Reconstructor Amávia Makeliss and Reconstrutor Amend Complete Repair .

To finish the reconstruction and ensure a protective layer to the curly wires, you can use the Salon Line Thermal Spray #TodeCacho or the Acquaflora Thermal Activated Serum, for all types of hair.

Capillary schedule kit

Those who want to start the hair schedule and do not want to be looking for different products or do not know exactly which ones to look for can find kits in cosmetics and pharmacies.

Several brands sell associated products or develop specific treatment formulas. The advantage of acquiring the capillary schedule kit is that the masks and creams will have balanced components to hydrate, nourish and recover the hair, without overloading the strands.

Some brands offer combinations of 3 products for each treatment (hydration, nutrition and reconstruction), such as the Bio Extratus Capillary Schedule Kit , La Bella Liss Capillary Schedule, Ykas Crossfit Full Capillary Schedule, Be (M) Capillary Schedule (Ghee Lola Cosmetics and the Forever Liss Wonder Woman Hair Schedule.

Other brands bring shampoos, conditioners and other products to use concomitantly with the treatment, such as the Inoar Doctor Capillary Schedule kit, Haskell #Cronopower Full Kit and Lola CronoLola Capillary Schedule.

After all, do oils penetrate the threads or just seal?

You have probably heard that oils do not penetrate the threads or are not absorbed. So their job is just to nourish and seal the outer layer.

But, according to the book The science of black hair , by the author Audrey Sivasothy, there are oils capable of being absorbed and others that are only on the surface of the strands.

The ability to reach the innermost structures of the hair is due to fatty acids, in which the greater the saturation of the product, the greater the penetration.

According to the author, there are 3 levels of absorption: no absorption (in which the product is not absorbed), little absorption (with some difficulty and in less quantity, the product penetrates the threads) and good absorption (the product is capable of reach the innermost layers of the threads).

Both can be used in nutrition and moisturizing, according to your hair type. If it is more oily, prefer those that do not penetrate. If it is more dry, oil that is more absorbed may be a better option.

Below you will find the list of vegetable oils capable of being absorbed (in lesser or greater quantities):

  • Avocado;
  • Açaí;
  • Almond;
  • Argan;
  • Canola;
  • Coco;
  • Cupuaçu;
  • Palm oil;
  • Jojoba;
  • Macadamia;
  • Manga;
  • Corn;
  • Monoi;
  • Moringa;
  • Murumuru;
  • Oliva;
  • Pequi;
  • Rícino;
  • Tucumã.

Vegetable oils that do not penetrate the strands are:

  • Cotton;
  • Calêndula;
  • Wheat germ;
  • Sunflower;
  • Linseed;
  • Grape seed;
  • Soy.

Common questions

Can oily hair moisturize?

-Yeah . Although it seems somewhat contradictory, applying natural oils to the hair can help control oiliness.

Natural oils, such as flaxseed, offer various nutrients and reinforce the health of the strands without increasing the oiliness of the hair. Then you can use it with peace of mind.

How soon will the results start to appear?

It will depend on the state the hair is in. If the wires present intense damage and high compromise of the structure, the treatments take longer to have an effect.

It is important to remember that the capillary schedule lasts for 4 weeks (and can be extended), so the initial results tend to appear after the first month.

Does using the cream longer or in more quantities make it work better?

No . The amount of product applied should be ideal for the wick volume. Applying the product evenly and letting it act correctly is the correct way to get the benefits of the cream. In fact, putting too much product on or not rinsing the hair straight can have the opposite effect: your hair can become heavy, hard and lifeless.

Therefore, always follow the instructions described on the product packaging.

Does applying the cream to the root damage the hair?

In general, yes. Combing creams should be applied only at the height of the strands, away from the root, as the product can cause the scalp follicles to become clogged, allergies, seborrhea and hair loss .

However, there are currently products, such as masks, ampoules and gels developed to be applied from the root, as long as the manufacturer’s instructions are followed.

Can you use moisturizer all day?

It depends on the type of hydration and the condition of the hair. Just like anything in excess, hydration can also be harmful to the hair. So keep an eye on your hair’s needs before choosing treatments.

Hydrations can be done in several ways, using rinse-off creams (in the same bath) or opting for intense hydration. Ideally, there should be at least one day between each procedure, even the lightest ones.

As you saw in the capillary schedule, there is always an interval between each treatment, so that you avoid overloading and damaging the wires.

Who can make the capillary schedule?

All types of hair can receive treatment via the capillary schedule. This is because it is adaptable to the needs of your yarn and aim to make you healthier and stronger.

Even oily hair needs to be hydrated, so care must be taken in the choice of products and the frequency of each treatment.

Is the capillary schedule better than other isolated treatments?

The capillary schedule organizes the treatments so that the hairs receive the necessary nutrients and replacements, in the necessary time.

This does not mean that the treatment acts like a magic formula. In fact, the results effectively depend on your commitment to the days of each procedure.

Who takes care of the hair knows that moisturizing and nourishing is necessary to maintain the health of the hair. In general, people end up paying attention to their hair only in emergency situations (when the damage is already aggravated) or when there is time left over.

The capillary schedule acts as an organizer of care.

Does the capillary schedule help the hair to grow?

Indirectly, the treatment can assist in growth, as it makes the strands more resistant. With less breakage, the capillary volume will be improved.

There are products that can stimulate the growth of locks, such as shampoos for growth, creams enriched with biotin , jaborandi and stimulating nutrients. These components promise to improve hair growth and can be used in hydration, nutrition and reconstruction treatments.

Having well-maintained, nourished and full of life hair can be simpler than you think. It just takes a little organization and commitment for you to achieve incredible wires.

It doesn’t matter if you color, straighten, curl or leave it natural, all hair needs care to maintain health and beauty. Basic hair recovery treatments restore health to the hair and can be carried out at home, with affordable products.

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