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Chapter 13: Shampooing and Conditioning
Transcript of Chapter 13: Shampooing and Conditioning
IS TO CLEANSE THE HAIR AND SCALP PRIOR TO A SERVICE UNDERSTANDING SHAMPOOING HAIR TYPE SHAMPOO CONSIDERATIONS CHEMISTRY OF WATER understanding shampooing,
selection, pH scale and it's chemistry will help you to better understand the importance that this plays in all aspects of the cosmetologist career A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO ANALYZE THE CLIENT'S
HAIR AND SCALP. ALWAYS CHECK FOR THESE CONDITIONS:
DRY, DEHYDRATED HAIR
DRY, TIGHT SCALP
OPEN WOUNDS OR SCALP IRRATATIONS
SCALP DISORDERS OR DISEASES
THINNING AND EXCESS HAIR LEFT IN SINK TRAP RELAXING CALMING ANALYZE OPPORTUNITY HAIR CONDITION HOME MAINTENANCE DRY
CHEMICALLY TREATED OVER-PROCESSING, CHEMICALLY TREATED
DAMAGE BY HARSH PRODUCTS OR IMPROPER
CARE, EXPOSURE TO THE ELEMENTS INAPPROPRIATE USE OF PRODUCTS
AT HOME CAN DIMINISH THE QUALITY OF SERVICE YOU PROVIDE THE pH SCALE What is pH? the amount of hydrogen in a solution that is measured on a logarithmic scale ranging from 0-4 ALKALINE SOLUTIONS OPEN THE CUTICLE
ACID SOLUTIONS CLOSED THE CUTICLE pH
POTENTIAL HYDROGEN OR POTENTIAL POWER ACID: 0-6.9 pH
ALKALINE: 7.1-14 CAUTION
HIGHER THE ALKALINITY, THE STRONGER AND HARSHER THE SHAMPOO WHICH CAN LEAVE HAIR DRY AND BRITTLE YOUTUBE
STRUCTURE OF HAIR PT. 2 AND 3 WATCH WATER IS A UNIVERSAL SOLVENT CAPABLE OF DISSOLVING MORE SUBSTANCES THAN ANY OTHER SOLVENT PURIFICATION: FRESH FROM LAKES AND STREAM AND MUST BE PURIFIED FOR DOMESTIC USE SEDIMENTATION FILTRATION CHLORINE ADDED BOILING DISTILLATION TREATMENT THAT CAUSES MATTER TO SINK TO BOTTOM PASSING THROUGH A POROUS SUBSTANCE SUCH AS FILTER PAPER
REMOVES CLAY, SAND OR ORGANIC MATERIAL Process of heating water so it becomes a vapor, then condensing the vapor so it collects as a liquid
Used in manufacturing cosmetics small amounts are added to kill bacteria
boiling water will kill microbes