What are keraSWIFT keratin repair and smoothing treatment?
How long does keraSWIFT treatment last?
Can I have KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment done whilst pregnant or breastfeeding?
How much time should I allot for my appointment?
The appointment time depends on your hair length and thickness, it usually takes on short hair one hour, medium to long hair up to two hours and extra long hair up to three hours.
How long before or after the KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment can I colour my hair?
We recommend darker colour to be done after the treatments, but highlights or lighter colours prior. KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment and the colour can be done on the same day, but a 72 hours rest time is recommended in between keraSWIFT and colour applications.
Should I have a haircut before or after my keraSWIFT treatment?
Zoltan usually recommends the haircut after texture services, you can choose to have a haircut before it will not alter the result of your KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment
When can I wash my hair after the KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment?
You can shampoo your hair anytime after treatment completion, it can even be done in the salon if you do not like the poker straight finish and wish to have a different blow dry.
What kind of shampoo and home care products should I use?
You can use any shampoo or home care and styling product after KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment.
Can I have the KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment after other chemical hair treatments?
keraSWIFT is compatible with all chemical treatment, as it’s primarily a repair treatment.
Is keraSWIFT a hair straightening treatment?
No, keraSWIFT treatment is not straightening treatment. keraSWIFT reduces curl patterns in curly, wavy or unruly hair, thus providing a straightening effect without permanently changing the structure of the hair. In addition to being easier to maintain after treatment, your hair will have the versatility to be styled curly, wavy or straight as desired.
Can you do KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment on children and if yes at what age?
KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment can be done from the age of 10 on children.
Do I do roots only or my whole head on my next visit?
As this treatment dissolves from the hair, your hair will return to its natural state. On follow-up visits, you will have to have the same treatment again.
How often can I have the KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment done?
keraSWIFT is a hair repair treatment, and it can be repeated 15 days after the last application. Our costumers usually have it done every couple of months.
Can anyone undergo a KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment?
KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment is a restorative treatment, it strengthens hair shaft and can be taken by anyone. Only people with inflammatory scalp conditions like psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis should consult their dermatologist before undergoing a KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment.
What is the process of KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment?
- treatment application
- 20 minutes processing time
- rinse off the applied treatment
- blast dry
- and ironing finishes the process
How do you recommend home styling to achieve the best results?
KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment is heat activated, we recommend to use a hairdryer at least once a week, and a hair straightener can be used once a month to extend the effect and the lifespan of the treatment.
Does KeraSwift keratin smoothing and repair treatment work on every type of hair?
Yes, keraSWIFT achieves outstanding results on all hair types, we also have 3 formulations for different type of hair.
What causes frizz?
Healthy hair contains proteins (including keratin), water and lipids that work to moisturise and keep strands strong and smooth. With age and damage due to the sun and environmental exposure, the hair loses some of these vital components, making it drier and more porous. To compensate, the hair absorbs excess moisture from the air (especially in high-humidity environments), causing the cuticle to swell and thus, producing frizz.