Balm is a styling product that supports the regeneration of hair while helping it maintain its proper level of moisture. Comprised of different proteins including vegetable, wheat and soy, it also contains Vitamin E to provide strength and repair, glycerin plus fatty alcohols and essential oils to condition and moisturize.
Hair balm works from the inside, therefore it provides better effects. They have the ability to penetrate deeply into hair and their formulas have been developed to allow each of the carefully selected active ingredients to do what they’re supposed to do. Balms comprise richer compositions and more concentrated ingredients like amino acids and nourishing substances derived from oils and plant extracts. Hair balm repairs and regenerates and they facilitate combing and styling. They provide long-lasting effects and can help with serious problems like hair loss, split ends, burned wisps, annoying dandruff.
A key difference between balms and some other types of styling products is that you don’t massage balm down to your scalp. Hair balm is sometimes confused with pomade, but balm has a different consistency, a marshmallow-feel to it – the kind that helps give your hair a nice bounce. Balm is how it tames frizzy hair as well as it’s versatility to allow you to style your hair into a wide range of styles. Using hair balm on a daily basis may make your hair look greasy and clumpy so it’s a good idea to wash your hair regularly to remove the balm before your next application.
To use, warm up the balm in your hands until it becomes clear then use it on damp hair. Work it evenly throughout your hair and then use a dryer to set it into your preferred style. You only need a little bit of balm so apply a small amount at first and only add more if you still need to cover all of your hair.