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How to Take Care of Rebonded Hair

Hair rebonding is a complicated and harsh process. Namely, you get your hair silky and straight through hair rebounding, in which hair is chemically treated with massive heat.

In other words, hair rebounding requires relaxing your hair(chemically) by breaking down(and then rebuilding) these bonds to change the current structure of your hair.

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That being said, there is some aftercare involved that you should know before hair rebonding. If these are not followed correctly, you can have severe impacts. Let’s find out the essential aftercare guidelines to follow.

The first thing you must do for your rebonded hair is to wash it 3 days after the rebonding process.

Experts recommend it since this process takes time to acclimate to the newly obtained structure.

Furthermore, you will not get the expected results if you wash your hair within these days. Thus, washing your hair infrequently, 2-3 times a week, is better for your rebonded hair.

2. Take Showers With Cold Water

Taking Shower in Cold Water

While we recommend you wash your rebonded hair as little as possible, you can still shower to keep yourself clean and refreshed.

In this regard, take showers with cold water at a suitable temperature.

Namely, taking cold showers is very helpful in retaining hair moisture while protecting hair shafts from damage.  Furthermore, it keeps hair shiny and silky.

3. Deep Condition Your Rebonded Hair

Deep conditioning is a vital step in rebonded hair treatment. The only difference from regular conditioners is, deep conditioning products are thick and applied for a long time.

Excessive usage of chemicals in the rebonding process makes hair dull. Deep conditioning restores your natural shine by improving hair texture, and hair shafts make your hair soft.

You should deep condition your hair after rebonding takes place and, of course, once a week after a shower. Thus, it is better if you do it on the day you are washing your hair.

Additionally, there are some deep conditioning products available online and natural ingredients that are useful for preparing deep conditioners. Make sure your deep conditioning products include the following elements:

Follow these instructions:

4. Blow Dry With Suitable Heat Settings

Blow Dryer Heat Settings

Blow drying is clearly essential since your rebonded hair needs to be kept dry all the time.

We recommend not to do anything that makes your hair sweaty and wet. Wet hair is an obstacle, and it will ruin your hair and force you to spend more money.

Moreover, when you come out from the bathroom after showers and deep conditioning, you should dry your hair with a quality blow dryer having tourmaline technology.

However, for rebonded hair, hair drying should be done in cool settings. The Rebonding procedure itself is done in massive heat.

Therefore, your hair is easily damaged if it’s dried in hot settings. However, there are exceptions to this. 

5. Steam Hair Every Fortnight

Every 15 days, you need to steam your rebonded hair once. Hair becomes dry and brittle and loses its glow when you wash it less and dry it more.

Additionally, steaming your hair makes your scalp healthy and opens hair follicles for better absorption of moisture.

In regards to rebonding, hair experts suggest not to use a steaming machine at saloons; instead, they say to do it in any simple way.

6. Trim Hair at Regular Intervals

Trimming Hair

Trimming is part of taking care of your hair, and especially for rebonded hair. It is essential to remove the split-ends of the strands from time to time after getting rebonded.

Through regular trimming, hair strands get the opportunity to grow out faster in a healthy way.

Thus, go to your preferred salons for trimming at regular intervals; it can be once every 6-8 weeks.

If you cannot go to salons, buy a trimmer, and do it yourself. In case you decide trim at home:

7. Hair Coating With Hair Serums

Hair coating means creating layers in your hair. The layers work as a safeguard from harmful elements.

When you go outside, the dust and pollutants in the air can affect your hair and scalp. Hence, you need to be aware of this fact and use hair serums after you rebonded your hair.

There are several types of serums available, depending on your hair type. Thin hair requires thickening serum, while fine and thick hair requires a lightweight one.

The serums protect your hair from damages caused by heat that apply to rebonded hair.

Therefore, purchase a suitable serum and use it every time you wash your hair. You may use it regularly as well.

8. Sleep With Straight Hair

Sleeping With Straight Hair

Every time you go to bed to sleep, keep your hair straight.

While it may seem difficult to keep your hair straight when you are lying down, it is necessary.

Keep your straightened hair towards the floor while lying down. Do this strictly for at least 3 days after rebonding is finished. Afterward, your hair will retain its new shape and avoid tangles.

9. Appropriate Diet Containing Good Nutrition

An appropriate diet means a diet full of nutrients. These ingredients include proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals, iron, calcium, etc.

All are equally essential for your body as well as for the health and growth of your hair. Since rebonded hair requires a lot of attention, you need to maintain a healthy balanced diet.

Thus, make sure you have everything you need in your diet. Keep in mind that your hair will get better with time, through proper nutrition, no matter what products you put on your rebonded hair. Nevertheless, you should include the followings:

10. Hair Masks for Nourishment

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Hair rebonding treatment can lead to extreme dryness, rough brittleness, fragility, etc.

You will avoid these consequences by taking great care of your hair. In this regard, we are talking about hair masks. Hair masks are similar to deep conditioners, but there is a slight difference between them.

Hair masks are actually workable on hair that has been relaxed and chemically treated, while deep conditioners work to soften the hair.

Like deep conditioners, you can also prepare hair masks with home ingredients by mixing them accordingly:

Apply with the following process:

You can also opt for hair mask products from the market to skip the preparation stage. But we strongly recommend you go the organic and nature route and avoid products using harmful chemicals.

Check out: Hydrating Argan Oil Hair Mask by Arvazallia

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  1. Hello people,

    I must admit that it is one of the most informative articles I have read in a while that explains how to take care of rebonded hair easily and effectively. This piece of writing is full of adequate information, clarity, and attraction. Most importantly it is easy and fun to read.

    The tips and tricks that you have mentioned are practical and I think would be very easy to maintain. I am also blown away with the fact that you have explained with each step why it is necessary for rebonded hair and how often one should try it to keep this permanent hairstyle intact in place.

    This article has been a lifesaver for me. I have rebonded manes and I must say that following this guide religiously has helped me to maintain my tresses perfectly.

    Thank you guys for penning down such a helpful article!

    Great work. Keep it up.

    Reply
    • Dear Vanessa,

      First of all, thank you very much for your kind and sweet words. We are overwhelmed with your feedback.

      Secondly, we are glad that our article helped you to maintain your rebonded hair.

      Please keep coming back for amazing articles in the future.

      Reply
  2. After reading your article, I have incorporated a deep conditioning step in my rebonded hair care routine and I have to admit that it changed my hair game for the good. My dry rebonded tresses now feel extremely smooth and manageable.

    Thank you guys for coming up with so many excellent ideas to take care of the rebonded hair perfectly.

    Keep up the good work. All the best.

    Reply
    • Dear Joyce,

      Thank you very much for your sweet words. We are glad that you shared your experience with us. We are sure that our readers would find it helpful.

      Reply
  3. Hello there,

    There is no denying that its an excellent piece of article. I have enjoyed reading every part of this incredible article. It is well-researched and nicely penned. The choice of words is also perfect. It made it even easier to understand the concept. I also loved the fact that you added suitable pictures. This increased the visual appeal of your blog.

    Well, praises aside, I have a question. In one part of the article, you have suggested to trim off the manes on a regular basis. I would like to know if I go for haircuts regularly, won’t it reduce my hair length and cut short the rebonding? I am really curious to know your thoughts on this?

    I am looking forward to your answer.

    Thank you in advance.

    Reply
    • Dear Patricia,

      First of all, thank you very much for your praising words. We are overwhelmed with your feedback. Our readers’ feedback helps us to think and write better.

      Secondly, we have mentioned hair trim not a haircut. Both are very different things. Moreover, to maintain the looks and health of your rebonded manes it is very important that you go for regular trims. It won’t cut short your hair.

      We hope that this would help you to understand better.

      Reply
      • Thank you very much for taking the time and writing back to me. Your answer cleared out my confusion. Keep up the good work guys.

        Reply

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