Schwarzkopf BC Fibre Force Fortifying Shampoo

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Schwarzkopf BC Fibre Force Fortifying Shampoo

Para cabelo extremamente danificado e com excesso de serviços técnicos.
BC Fibre Force fotifying shampoo oferece uma nova dimensão de regeneração para cabelo com excesso de serviços técnicos graças à sua patenteada TECNOLOGIA BOND CONNECTOR; uma combinação de 2 complexos que reconstrói profundamente e sela cada madeixa individual de cabelo para uma qualidade de cabelo virgem e 10x mais resistência à quebra




A história começa em Berlim em 1898. Hans Schwarzkopf, farmacêutico, abre sua drogaria. Um inventor genial, ele criou o primeiro sabão em pó da Schwarzkopf Professional, o Schaumpon, um dos primeiros produtos da marca lançados no mercado de beleza. A partir de então, a empresa familiar - comprada em 1995 pelo grupo Henkel - inovará constantemente para apoiar de perto os cabeleireiros. Ao lançar, entre outras coisas, seu primeiro permanente frio em 1947 ou sua linha Igora Royal em 1960, que hoje tem um portfólio de mais de 120 tons.

O segredo do sucesso de Schwarzkopf?


Antecipe-se constantemente às necessidades dos cabeleireiros. Hoje, a marca distingue-se pela qualidade da sua formação e apoio no salão, mas também pela vontade de agregar valor para parceiros cabeleireiros. Como? Decifrando as últimas tendências graças a influenciadores digitais e por meio de coleções sazonais
Essential Looks, a ser descoberto em uma revista completa, duas vezes por ano, inspirada nas passarelas e na rua, desenvolvendo aplicativos direcionados (House of color, Ask Academy, Hair Expert ou Essential Looks), mas também por uma grande presença digital. Na verdade, uma campanha nas redes sociais atinge 11 milhões de pessoas, gera 87.000 postagens no Instagram e cerca de 2 milhões de interações.

No entanto, a Schwarzkopf Professional não esquece o que está em seu DNA: a inovação. Ela provou isso nos últimos anos com
lançamentos como Strong Bonds, BlondMe ou o conceito co-criado com 6 coloristas renomados, Igora #RoyalTakeOver. No MCB, aqui ela volta a criar o evento com o lançamento de um salão exclusivo, o Fiber Clinix com a linha Bonacure.

2 perguntas para PIERRE SALIOU, GERENTE GERAL DA FRANÇA

Você pode definir o DNA de Schwarzkopf?

Somos uma casa de cores. Isso é o que construiu nossa história como uma empresa familiar em torno de produtos de modelagem, como shampoos secos e modelagem. Em 1995, ingressamos no grupo Henkel, o que nos permite desenvolver com mais recursos. Temos centros de pesquisa em todo o mundo porque o cabelo é um material regional. Não temos a mesma textura na Ásia e na África. Essas plataformas em diferentes partes do mundo nos permitem melhorar o desempenho dos produtos e principalmente das cores.

O que o torna diferente das outras marcas?

Colocamos produtos e pessoas a serviço das pessoas que trabalham conosco, ou seja, cerca de 10.000 salões na França. É fundamental construir com eles um relacionamento diferente daquele oferecido por outras marcas em um mundo muito competitivo. Temos uma alternativa a oferecer, uma forma diferente de trabalhar. Neste mundo globalizado, temos o compromisso de desenvolver ofertas exclusivas para feiras que os consumidores não encontrarão em outros circuitos. É o que fazemos com a Bonacure, por exemplo, que nos permite oferecer aos clientes uma verdadeira qualidade de produto em um relacionamento seguro. Na verdade, hoje estamos apresentando uma nova fórmula, Fiber Clinix. A inovação continua sendo uma das chaves, para a qual estamos cada vez mais avançando. Nossa organização local e global permite-nos um desempenho muito bom, com toda a humildade.


Damaged Hair

Choosing the Right Shampoo for Damaged Hair

The primary mission of a good shampoo is to gently cleanse both the scalp and hair. Enriched with reparative agents, it transforms into a true treatment for damaged hair fibers.

Key Components of a Repair Shampoo

An effective restorative shampoo should delicately cleanse the hair and scalp without causing dryness. It ought to fortify the hair fiber, nourishing and repairing the damaged cuticle along its entire length. Furthermore, it must be easily rinsed away, preparing the hair for detangling and facilitating the brushing process.

Ingredients Breakdown (Each with a Unique Role)

  • Water: Shampoo, being a liquid hygiene product, is primarily composed of water.
  • Surfactants: Making up 10% of the formulation, surfactants play a crucial role in cleansing.
  • Non-ionic Surfactants: These include caprylyl/capryl glucoside or coco-glucoside, dissolving sebum to isolate impurities in the hair.
  • Anionic Surfactants: Responsible for foaming and dirt removal, they should be gentle, such as sodium lauroyl oat amino acids or sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, preserving the hydrolipidic filter and respecting pH.
  • Cationic Surfactants: Quaternium 80 and coconut polyamine act as conditioners, coating the hair and facilitating detangling.
  • Active Moisturizing Ingredient: Often derived from betaine (sugar beet), it regulates hydration, fixing water in dry or damaged hair.
  • Active Nutritive Ingredient: Extracted from plant oils (almonds, etc.), containing fatty acids or ceramides, it is a softening and lipid-replenishing agent that closes the hair's cuticles.
  • Pearlescent Agents: Micas or fatty substances (mono and ethylene glycol distearate) give the shampoo a pearly appearance.
  • Colorants and Perfumes: Used for their pleasant aroma, with fragrances kept at a low concentration (less than 1%) for hypoallergenic properties.
  • Thickeners: Ingredients like alginate, xanthan gum, or cellulose and acrylic polymers provide a creamy texture.
  • Preservatives: Essential for preventing bacterial proliferation, ensuring safety in use.

Avoid These Ingredients:

  • Surfactants that are too aggressive: Some anionic surfactants strip the hair fiber, removing the protective hydrolipidic filter and weakening it further.
  • Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS): Best avoided in the long run as it can be irritating to the scalp or damage dry and damaged hair.
  • Sodium laureth sulfate (SLES): While well-tolerated in theory, it is sometimes associated with other actives that make it aggressive. Hence, it's better not to use it!

This type of restructuring shampoo is beneficial for strengthening dry or damaged hair and can be used daily without issues. Create a lather by massaging the scalp and distribute a repairing balm or mask from lengths to ends. Applying a mask for a few minutes once or twice a week does not overload the hair.

Shampoo

7 Criteria for Choosing Your Shampoo

7 Criteria for Choosing Your Shampoo

Washing is an important step for the beauty and health of your hair. The issue of shampoo, a product to choose carefully, and not just for its pleasant scent.

1. Do not Damage the Hair

New-generation shampoos primarily eliminate sulfates, these chemical cleansers. Others use mild sulfates. Therefore, it's preferable to choose a shampoo with non-aggressive surfactants, avoiding sodium laureth sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate, the most aggressive in this family. "Formulas are evolving," specifies Denise Guillouet of L'Oréal Professionnel. Sulfates have been replaced by milder surfactants derived from coconut. They have good cleansing power without causing irritation, suitable for all healthy scalp conditions, including colored or straightened hair. Some products are also formulated with micelles (like makeup removers), which come together to remove dirt and sebum. Wash gently.

2. Wash Your Hair Every Day

Nothing hinders, as long as you choose a mild shampoo. That is, with very scalp-friendly cleaning agents. "One application is sufficient and with little product," adds Catherine Chauvin. If the scalp is oily, use a specific shampoo to maintain volume longer. Or, in a natural version, choose a neutral shampoo (very mild base) to which a few drops of tea tree essential oil are added. First test on the elbow bend to see if there is no reaction.

3. Beautify Long Hair

"It is not necessarily a good idea to choose your shampoo according to the length because it is not what will cure them," explains Denise Guillouet. Unless, if you have no scalp problems, in that case, we can choose a more specific shampoo for lengths. "In any case, it is not necessary to knead them as if you were washing clothes!" continues Catherine Chauvin, from René Furterer. This damages the hair and opens its scales. The foam flowing along the locks is enough to wash them. It is the care they need. Therefore, after washing, the application of a good conditioner or mask is essential, especially if the hair is long. This product will restore softness and detangle the hair fiber.

4. Cleanse and Treat the Scalp

The first role of shampoo is to wash the scalp! It seems obvious, but, as Charline Roussé of Biocoiff says, "you must choose according to the condition of the scalp, not the hair!". However, often, continues the organic hair specialist, the shampoo used does not meet the real needs of the scalp. "In the case of a scalp problem, the shampoo must treat the roots. For example, we will use a shampoo that regulates sebum or soothes (in case of irritation) once or twice a week, alternating with a mild shampoo," adds Catherine Chauvin. Hence the importance of having a good diagnosis: as it is difficult to see your scalp, you can ask your hairdresser, during a cut or a color, to give us information about the state of our scalp. We will know if it needs to be moisturized, nourished, purified, or simply gently washed. And we will avoid excessive irritation or seborrhea because the shampoo used is not suitable.

5. Use Natural Ingredients

Be it natural, based on plant extracts (shea, aloe vera, nettle) or labeled as organic, these shampoos are suitable for everyone. They effectively wash with plant-based surfactants, which are gentle and respectful like coconut betaine and SLSA (sodium lauryl sulfoacetate). By choosing this type of shampoo, you are sure to have a product that respects both the scalp and the hair and does not cover the lengths with an occlusive film. "But organic shampoos, for example, are not necessarily '100% vegetable' because labels allow a little chemistry," says Charline Roussé. To know what is in your shampoo, you must read the labels carefully, especially if you want a truly natural shampoo! These products leave the hair clean and soft, usually shiny, but also a bit dry and rough. A conditioner, applied shortly after, will be responsible for restoring the softness of the lengths.

6. Avoid Products that Produce Too Much Foam

"The more it foams, the more it attacks the scalp," says Nina Roos, a dermatologist. "A real mild shampoo should foam less: this low foaming power proves a low level of surfactants. Foam is a waste!" continues David Baco of Furterer. Moreover, little foam is less shampoo and less water to eliminate it. "This also allows better tolerance of the product," adds the formulator. Also, the claim of 'biodegradable formula' on the bottle is a real advantage to consider in the choice.

7. Do Not Suffocate Long Hair

Opt for a shampoo without silicone. These widely used molecules soften and coat the hair fiber. What can be an asset for rebellious, dry, or difficult-to-comb hair. But in the long run, as they do not eliminate or hardly eliminate, silicones end up suffocating the hair, which is losing strength. "The only active ingredients that protect the hair from moisture and, therefore, frizz, these silicones are eliminated better than before," explains Denise Guillouet. But above all, they are replaced by other molecules, polymers that smooth the scales. For David Baco, "silicones are still widely used for their coating properties, but they are not very 'environmentally friendly'. In other words, they are not biodegradable and are found in wastewater. Therefore, they should be avoided as much as possible.

Hair

Tips for Maintaining the Health, Shine, and Life of Your Hair



1. Hair Care Basics:

Start with regular washing, cutting, and hydration. Choose products tailored to your hair type – be it dry, brittle, or color-treated. Understanding your hair type is crucial for effective treatment.

2. Hydrating Mask:

After washing at least twice a week, apply a hydrating mask to restore moisture. Adjust frequency based on your hair's needs, reducing to once a week after achieving optimal hydration.

3. Gentle Detangling:

Avoid detangling wet hair to prevent breakage. Use a wide-tooth comb to gently work through tangles.

4. Heat Protection:

Apply a generous amount of heat protectant spray before drying your hair with a dryer. Keep the dryer 25/30 cm away and use it daily without causing damage.

5. Styling Products:

Choose styling products that suit your desired look. Additional support is essential for achieving your styling goals.

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