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Are Silicone Products Bad for Hair? How to identify silicone in hair products

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Tell me the truth about silicones in hair care products. Does silicone damage hair? The answer is no.  Silicone is a component found in many different hair care products, including serums, hairsprays, and shampoos & conditioners. One of the best components for controlling frizz, retaining hydration, and enhancing shine.

What about fine hair? We’ve been told they weigh the hair down and silicones should be avoided.

Those with thin, fine, and straighter hair should avoid using silicones, and choose silicones that are water-soluble ones like cyclomethicone. Oil travels more readily from the scalp to the hair shaft in thinner hair types.

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For any hair type, a lot of silicone layering and buildup on the scalp and hair strands is probably the result of using a leave-in conditioner containing silicone, washing it with a silicone-containing shampoo, and then conditioning with silicone. Therefore, despite the fact that each of these products contains nutrients that are excellent for hair, the occlusive silicone covering may prevent those nutrients from penetrating the hair shaft.

Do silicones in hair care products prevent breakage and hair fallout?

A study by the National Library of Medicine page at the National Institute of Health ( NHS) website says, “Regarding the skin, it is suggested that silicon is important for optimal synthesis of collagen and for activating the hydroxylation enzymes, important in the formation of collagen network, improving skin strength and elasticity. Silicon is also associated with the synthesis of glycosaminoglycans. Concerning the hair, it is suggested that strands with higher silicon content tend to have lower falling rate and higher brightness. Nails are also affected by the presence of silicon, since this element is one of the predominant mineral in their composition. The presence of soft and brittle nails can indicate systemic deficiency of silicon. By improving the quality of nails, there is an increased protection against nail infections. Source: An Bras Dermatol.  2016 May-Jun; 91(3): 331—335. PMID:  27438201

Olaplex has been all the rage lately in hair care and there has been a lot of controversy about hair fallout. It has been found that Olaplex 3 does not include any silicone. None of the other Olaplex products–aside from Olaplex 6 and 7–contain silicones. Premium silicones are present in Olaplex 6 and 7 and are intended to fight frizz.

Tell me the truth about silicones in hair care products.

Silicones are a type of synthetic polymer that are commonly used in hair care products, such as shampoos, conditioners, and styling products. They are added to hair care products to provide a range of benefits, including smoothing, shine, and detangling.

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Silicones are often misunderstood and have been the subject of much debate in the hair care industry. Some people believe that silicone can be damaging to the hair, while others swear by their benefits.

The truth about silicones in hair care products is that they can be beneficial in some cases, but they can also cause problems if not used properly. Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to silicones:

Silicones can help smooth and add shine to the hair. They create a barrier on the hair shaft, which can help to prevent frizz and keep the hair looking smooth and shiny.

However, some types of silicone can build up on the hair over time, especially if they are not washed out properly. This can lead to hair that looks dull and lifeless.

If you use a lot of hair care products that contain silicones, you may need to use a clarifying shampoo from time to time to remove the buildup.

Some people may be sensitive to silicone and may experience scalp irritation or other allergic reactions. If you experience any negative reactions to hair care products containing silicones, you should discontinue their use.

There are many different types of silicones used in hair care products, and some are considered to be more beneficial than others. For example, dimethicone is a commonly used silicone that is generally considered to be safe and effective.

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How do I know if my hair care products contain silicone?

Look for phrases on the label ending in, silanes, cones, -conols and siloxanes

If you are concerned about silicone buildup in the hair, choose a shampoo that is free of it and ones that help remove the buildup. Here are a few shampoos and conditioners that are free from silicone.

Bumble & bumble Curl Moisturizing Shampoo

Pacifica Rosemary Purify Invigorating Shampoo

SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Shampoo

Function of Beauty Shampoo and Conditioner

Prose Shampoo

Vagamour Grow Shampoo

In summary, silicone can be beneficial in hair care products, but it’s important to use them in moderation and to make sure you’re using products that are right for your hair type and needs. If you have any concerns about the use of silicone in your hair care routine, you may want to consult with a hair care professional.

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