How to use products from aphogee

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How to use products from aphogee
Reduce hair breakage with a good protein treatment. (Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images)

ApHogee offers an entire haircare line to help consumers who are trying to stop hair breakage caused by chemical processes or improper care. ApHogee products include a PropHytamine Complex which utilises precise levels of proteins, emollients and humectants to achieve and maintain healthy hair, according to the ApHogee corporation. (See Reference 1.) This line includes products to first correct hair issues and to stop damage, along with follow-up options to maintain the new results and prevent repeat problems. Following their online product use guide, consumer can choose the right products for their specific hair issues.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Comb
  • Hair dryer

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Cleanse hair thoroughly, using the ApHogee shampoo for damaged hair. Use daily on hair that's prone to damage from chemical processes, heat and mechanical stresses.

  2. 2

    Apply step 1 of the ApHogee Two-Step Protein Treatment once every four to six weeks to reduce breakage and strengthen hair that's weak, over-processed or brittle.

    Saturate towel-dried hair with the treatment and comb through to evenly coat all strands. Dry hair under a hooded dryer or hand dryer until the treatment is hardened.

    Wet hair thoroughly with minimal manipulation before rinsing completely with warm water.

  3. 3

    Apply the ApHogee Keratin 2-Minute Reconstructor to wet hair after shampooing to reduce breakage and to provide strength to damaged cuticles and softness to brittle texture. Use weekly until hair is back to a healthy state.

  4. 4

    Spray on the ApHogee Keratin & Green Tea Restructurizer and comb through your wet or dry hair. Leave the restructurizer in to strengthen your strands, reduce breakage, reduce split ends, add body and to protect hair colour.

  1. 1

    Cleanse hair thoroughly with the ApHogee Deep Moisture Shampoo to smooth strands, impart shine, increase softness and restore moisture to dry, dull and brittle hair. Use daily on all hair types.

  2. 2

    Apply the ApHogee Balancing Moisturizer (step 2 of the ApHogee Two-Step Protein Treatment) on wet hair to moisturise and seal in moisture. Use regularly after shampooing and as otherwise needed to combat dryness and protect your hair from humidity.

  3. 3

    Spray ApHogee Pro-Vitamin Leave-in Conditioner throughout your wet or day hair to smooth strands for easier manageability. Leave it in to protect your hair from heat damage, to seal cuticles for easier detangling and to enhance and protect colour treatments.

  4. 4

    Apply enough ApHogee Gloss Therapy Hair Polish to coat towel-dried or dry hair to smooth the strands and split ends while detangling and enhancing shine. Use on all hair types to protect from sun damage and to stop frizz.

  1. 1

    Spray ApHogee Spritz & Shine Styling Spray onto hair before using heat appliances and other styling tools for easier manageability. Apply after styling for additional hold and to provide shine and humidity protection.

  2. 2

    Apply ApHogee Style & Wrap Mousse to damp or dry hair for protection against breakage when heat styling. Use to roller-set or wrap your hair while providing shine, body and long-lasting hold to your style.

  3. 3

    Apply ApHogee Mousse for Relaxed Hair to hair before using heat to prevent styling damage and curl reversion. Scrunch through hair to produce curly and wavy styles. Work through hair before styling to produce volume and a lightweight hold.

Tips and warnings

  • Seek the advice of a medical professional if the hair breakage doesn't decrease or worsens to rule out an underlying medical condition.
  • Do not attempt to comb through the hair when the Two-Step Protein Treatment has hardened; severe breakage can occur.

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