9.21.2011

My ThermaFuse f405 Amino Fusion Hair Smoothing Treatment + UPDATES!

My thermafuse smoothing treatment


For the last (almost) two years, I have been growing my hair out from pixie to Connie Britton. I'm not there yet, but my end hair goal is in sight. I've gone through several phases as it's grown out. The flippy cute bob, the slightly wavy, the downright curly and now, the annoyingly frizzy. My hair had stopped wanting to wave once it hit my shoulders. Now I was left with hair that wasn't a great texture, was prone to frizzing and just being plain pissy. Here are a few photos of my hair before the treatment.


(Here is my hair before.)


(Here is another one of my hair before. Notice the coarseness and color.)


(Here is my hair after air drying it. Not so sure why it looks longer in the above photos. Pics were taken 1 day apart.)

I hadn't really considered a straightening treatment because I wanted to have some body. A co-worker friend of mine had gotten a Japanese treatment when they first came out, and I'll never forget how devoid of life her hair was. I'm sure that some people are happy with beyond flat hair, but it's not for me. But more importantly, many of the current hair straightening systems use chemicals that are dangerous to humans. Like formaldehyde, which was just added to the list of known carcinogens by the US government earlier this summer. Some treatments are sneakier. They don't contain outright formaldehyde, but when the ingredients are combined to carry out the hair treatment, formaldehyde is made. People are so shady. Sure, it's worse for the people who provide the service than for you to get the treatment, but bad is bad and why should you ask your stylist to risk her health to improve your hair? So the hunt for a new, safe alternative to the keratin treatment has been going on over the last few years.

While I can't promise I've found the answer, I've found a really good solution. It's the ThermaFuse f450 Amino Fusion. According to the company, here is the brief description:

Take the hair-healthy approach to controlling unwanted volume, wavy, or frizzy hair for up to 12 weeks, without permanently damaging hair. amino fusion Smoothing Treatment is 100% formaldehyde-free. Based on the synergy of amino acids bio-compatible with the hair fiber, one treatment will provide exceptional manageability, shine, and control. The "ultimate smooth" for all types of hair.

Before I get started, I should mention this is not for DIY-ers. Ok, here is how it works. The total process takes about 2-3 hours, depending on the amount of hair you have. Your stylist will start by determining your style, part and bangs. While this process doesn't lock in the style, it encourages the hair to behave, so be sure you are parted and styled correctly. Then your stylist will begin sectioning out small sections of hair and applying a solution to each section. (Is there another word for section?) The solution smells oddly of hot, powdered balloons. It's not bad, but it is strange. After your entire head has been sectioned, then had the solution added and combed, you'll wait patiently for about 15 minutes. Then the stylist will blow dry your hair straight with a regular hairdryer. Next, they will flat iron your hair. Here is where it gets interesting.

Because this process is changing the protein bonds in the hair, it can potentially lighten your hair color. On my red hair, it was like watching a magic trick. As soon as the iron went over my hair, my hair immediately lightened up from a level 4 to a level 7. In other words, from dark copper/auburn to strawberry blonde. After you've been flat ironed, you wait another 15 minutes or so and  get the solution washed out.

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(It's straight!!!)
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(It's so much longer!)

 

(My hair immediately after. Notice the texture and how much lighter it is.)


(Check out the shine. This is with no product. And blown dry without a brush.)


That's it. Then you can style your hair however you like. You don't have to go home with the straightening gunk in your hair, making sure you avoid bending the hair for 72 hours. Your hair is transformed. You can even color it right away, which is what I ended up doing.


(Me before getting my color done.)

Immediately after the process, my hair went from being unruly and very, very coarse to looking and feeling like a Pantene model. I'm not kidding in the least. It was like getting a hair transplant. My hair looked and felt instantly healthier, was very straight and was significantly reduced, from a volume perspective. It was smooth and silky. I couldn't stop touching it (and still can't). I also gained at least an inch in length from having it straighten up and sit right.

 

(Me after the color. We blew this partially dry upside down to add some volume.)

We then colored my hair and I was done for the day. I left the salon with amazing, straight hair that is kind of perfect. It dries on its own beautifully, and needs minimal help from a blowdryer or flat iron. If I had to chose between coloring my hair (it's totally gray) or having this done, as of today, it would be my own kind of Sophie's Choice.


(We went with the lighter color the process left me with, adding some lowlights and emphasizing my lighter bits.)

There are some downsides. You can't get salt in your hair. This means avoiding salt spray products for beachy waves, and of course avoiding the ocean itself. Sodium breaks down the bonds that are making your hair act so beautifully, so you'll want to avoid that. You will also want to avoid sulfates in your hair products. Read the labels carefully and if it has sulfates, don't use it. You'll ruin the bonds. Be sure to check your conditioners as well. My beloved Dove Nourishing Oil Treatment Conditioner has sulfates. As I mentioned above, your haircolor will most likely lighten noticeably. You will want to plan on getting your hair colored within a day or two of your treatment, if not the same day. When you wash your hair, the smell of hot balloons comes back temporarily. That's about it to the list of downsides, as far as I can tell.

So how long does this amazing hair last? I'm told about three months, maybe a little longer with great after-care. Unlike some of the other straightening treatments it's semi-permanent, so instead of growing out painfully, it fades away. Depending on how you care for your hair, you could probably get away with doing this once a season or less, depending on the length and type of your hair. My treatment cost about $300, not including the hair color.

 

At the time of writing this, I've had this new hair for a little more than a week. So far, all I've had to do with it was brush it in the morning, maybe add a little dry shampoo for volume and walk out of the door. On the days I've had to wash, I've been cleansing, adding a volumizer to the roots, blowing the roots dry with a dryer and letting the rest air dry or letting it partially air dry and using a paddle brush. One thing that is definitely different for me is that I can't go more than a day or two without needing to wash it. Which makes sense, since the diameter of my hair is now smaller and the gunk that normally accumulates has less to cling to. I'll keep updating this section as time goes on to tell you how my hair is doing with the treatment.


(This is me about a week later, in the morning, after just wetting it slightly, adding volumizer and drying with a paddle brush. It will look like this until I wash it again. )

It's really important you find a pro in your area who is familiar with this process. In Baltimore, I only know of two stylists who have been trained to do this process. I went to Bethany at Laboratorie for my treatment and obviously, I'm thrilled with the results. To find someone in your area, visit the Thermafuse website. If you don't see your stylist on the list, ask them about it. Neither of the two salons in Baltimore I'm aware of are listed on the website, so be sure to do a little investigative research if you don't immediately see a salon in your neighborhood.

Would you try this? Or would the expense stop you in your tracks? Have you had a different keratin/protein treatment done? Tell me about your experience in the comments!


UPDATE! 9/30/11: It's Frizz proof! This is a picture (above) of my hair on the second day, after one incredibly humid day and then one day where I got rained on multiple times. This is what it looked like at the end of the SECOND day.



October 3, 2011: Today is the first less than stellar hair day I've had. Considering I apparently, now live in a rain forest (Baltimore), that isn't too bad. I didn't use a volumizer, which I guess helps keep my hair in line to some degree, and stops it from being really, really flat. Today I blew dry my hair and quickly flat ironed it. I have some ends that are poking out and overall, it's not great. But based on how my hair use to act, it's not bad. It's all relative, I suppose. I've got a little more than a half inch of new growth on the top, which I suppose I'll need to pay special attention to when flat ironing.

October 5, 2011: I'm noticing that my hair is slightly camouflaged by the Therafuse Treatment. What on earth do I mean? The treatment made my hair feel silky and amazing. My hair is no longer coarse and super thick. The actual diameter of my hair is reduced, the cuticle is closed and my hair is no longer coarse. A big part of me constantly conditioning my hair was about reducing the coarse feeling of my hair. Now that it feels less coarse, I backed off of the conditioning. I also didn't want to weigh it down, as I like some movement. However, I've noticed over the last week that my hair is still really dry and needs some additional TLC despite looking like it does. I upped my conditioning treatment last night with some Umberto Pre-Shampoo Treatment before washing and some new Phytokeratine Hair Serum afterward. There is a big difference this morning in my hair. It feels much healthier, has better movement and is really shiny. The lesson? Don't skip on pampering your locks after the treatment!


October 26, 2011: Using the ThermaFuse Smooth Balance Shampoo and Conditioner makes a real difference. I've been testing a lot of different sulfate free conditioners and shampoos lately. I've gotten great results with a lot of them, but I feel like some of the results from my treatment are starting to fade a tiny bit (It's been almost 2 months). Using the shampoo and conditioner bring my hair back to being almost like I just had the treatment the previous week. It's pretty great. It's also hydrating and gives great shine. If you have this treatment done, I would totally suggest using the products that accompany the treatment. So many times, it doesn't really matter. This is one time it actually does make a difference in extending the life of your treatment.


I volunteered to be a guinea pig for this treatment. Laboratorie is where I am a paying customer and I have been a client of Bethany's on and off for more than 5 years.

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56 comments:

  1. I just had mine done last week and immediately noticed and loved the results! A couple things I'm noticing now and wonder if you had similar experience ... First is the smell. At first I didn't notice anything but then a day or 2 after I noticed that it smells very badly when it's wet. I can't really explain the smell it's just bad. As soon as its dry I don't smell it anymore.
    Also Im starting to notice a couple of areas where my hair feels very damaged. My hair is highlighted blonde and was done just the week before the treatment by the same stylist. I'm wondering if that could be a problem.

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  2. I did the bio ionic retex permanent straightening treatment on my very curly, big, frizzy hair about 2 weeks ago. I now have the straight, manageable, and healthy hair I have always wanted. Tried the keratin treatment last year and didn't care for the results. Mine is permanent and only have to do the regrowth when it grows out. I am making it through the summer at the pool with beautiful straight hair, which I never had before!

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  3. Had to find a forum for this smoothing treatment.  I gave it a shot and like everyone has been saying ... it was the best thing to try.  I have done other salon hair straightening treatments so I was expecting the same results.  But I was so happy to experience that Thermafuse is just different.  I'm amazed by the fact that it truly leaves the hair humidity and friz proof...   I love going out on humid summer days and being able to leave my hair down because I trust it won't get unruly.  And when I wash and dry it... it behaves and I don't have to fight it into place only to go outside and my hair going back to frizz.  It is sooo soft and silky that I just touching my own hair and brushing it... Best product ever!

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  4. You have to be sure to avoid all sodium and all sulfates. Going on the ocean will ruin it immediately.

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    1. This totally sucks, we live AT THE BEACH, and I can't see how to avoid this except her wearing a cap. Boo, but thanks for telling me.

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  5. Hi, Beanie here.  Well, I had a second treatment done in April.  Now I'm not as thrilled as I was after the first one. My hair is much higher maintenance this time around -- last time I didn't have to use my flat iron for almost 3 months.  This time, I used it within two weeks.  I'm thinking that my beautician used a lot more product the first time, and maybe not as much the second time, since the back of my hair still looked pretty good.  But the sides around my face and my bangs didn't come out as well this time, still some frizz. I had really thought I had finally found the answer to my awful hair, now I'm not so sure.  If I do it again, maybe I'll ask if she can use more product in the stubborn areas, to see if that's the problem. 

    As for the comment about the shampoo and conditioner -- I think you can use others, but you have to make sure they contain NO sodium -- it will definitely wash out the treatment, just like it washes out keratin treatments.

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  6. It definitely lightens the hair. You have to plan to color afterwards.

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  7. Did this treatment on my sister six weeks ago and she ran out of the shampoo and conditioner that goes with the treatment. Thought it would be ok to use "it's a 10" sham and cond. well it washed out most of the treatment. My bad. Dont use anything but the products that go with it. As far as color goes. The first time I noticed that her base color was lighter and her highlights were yellowish. . Redid the treatment yesterday. Worked great and made sure we got the large shampoo and conditioner this time. One drawback is that the color was brassy!!! Had to tone her. Will plan on doing color after treatment in the future. Does anyone know if doing the highlights after treatment removes the treatment. Great product but requires careful planning and time management. It is expensive for the client but it is very time consuming.

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  8. Yes, my stylist told me that it gets better after each time you get it done.  I still can't get over how easy the blow dry was this morning.  Literally 5 minutes!  If I was going for straight, I could basically have walked out the door like that.

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  9. I had the same issues at first. Try a dry shampoo or a volumizing product. The body will bounce back. I've now had two of them and my hair has never been better.

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  10. I had the Thermafuse treatment done yesterday.  So far the jury is still out so I am hesitant on if I should even post or not but I guess I can always come back and update.  My hair is pretty annoying.  It is not straight but not curly.  It frizzes very easily with any kind of humidity.  It also takes forever to dry and I have to use hot rollers or a flat iron (depending on which look I am going for) for it to look decent.  In the summer it is a huge pain because even if I attempt to wear it kind of curly, it still frizzes if it is too humid and there is nothing to do with it except tie it back.  My hair is shoulder length and all one length, no layers.  I also have highlights.  Anyway, so the  treatment went fine but my hair felt super straight which I am not a big fan off.  I like body.  So I washed it this morning with Thermafuse shampoo and conditioner. It took maybe 5 minutes to blow dry it.  It was pretty straight after blow drying and that was just blow drying it upside down with no brush.  Pretty amazing.  I used the hot rollers today and it seems to be holding up pretty well even though it is rainy and damp here.  It doesn't seem to be frizzy at all.  I guess I am just unsure as to whether I am going to be happy losing the volume that I had.  It just seems alot flatter so far but I guess if it doesn't frizz I can live with that.  I will have to wait for a really humid day to put it to the true test.

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  11. This is really amazing. Looks fab, am especially interested as your hair looks a lot like mine!

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  12. I have to say, I actually liked the strawberry blonde on you :)  Your cut looks super cute straight, too!  Win-win... except for the price ;)

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  13. I'm impressed. I am actually looking to lighten my hair and I want straightening again. I no longer have the time though to let anything sit on my head for three days without pulling it back. I'm going to investigate my area and make some calls.

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  14. Wow, this is such a cool and different process... I can't say that this is something I would need for my hair, but I'll definitely keep it in mind for my coarser-haired friends.
    Hot powdered balloons is a very interesting description!! :)
    And that's very tricky about formaldehyde ... good to know. Great post!

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  15. It shouldn't smoke. Perhaps toouch product was used? If definitely shouldnt smoke....

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  16. What a great post! Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Just had it done.  Very excited with how smooth it looks and feels. I'm hoping it stays like this.  BTW you look fabulous. Amazing color. 

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  18. Mine has basically stayed like that so far - I'm a little over a month in. Pretty amazing, isn't it?? Where did you have it done? (Thanks for the compliments!!)

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  19. Sarah- where are you getting it done? Let me know how it goes!! I am in love with mine!!

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  20. I just made an appointment with my stylist to have my hair straightened because of this post.  My hair is coarse, dry and curly/wavy as well, so I'm really looking forward to this treatment. I'll let you know how if goes. Thanks for being the guinea pig!

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  21. Well I read that in your blog earlier and that makes sense, but I have had Keratin Short term treatments done on my hair ( in the past, at least twice), and I have never had these greasy conditions. It has now been 5 months since my treatment, and I went in a few weeks ago to my stylist, and she got to witness the oiliness. I had washed it the day before in am, let air dry and used some dry shampoo the next day, sans wash and no exercising, and my stylist saw that my hair looked like I had worked out and not washed my hair for 2-3 days. She was kind of speechless, so she suggested a clarifying shampoo that I have been using as needed. It seemed to help, but then last night when I went to straighten my hair; there are still certain sections of hair that stay wet at the roots. It is starting to drive me insane. I am thinking about buying a new airbrush, in case some of the stuff is on my airbrush? This product has worked really well on her other clients with wavy hair, but I am afraid to ever try anything else again after ths experience. Just wanted people out there to know this, as I am about to write the anufacturer for feedback.

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  22. Wow. That is definitely different than my experience. I would contact the manufacturer and see what they say. I'd love to know what you find out! Please update us when you can!

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  23. what is DIY-ers?  I live in Hawaii and plan on doing this service 
    on a client next week and another later that is a tennis pro so sweat ,salt has me concerned how effectice it will be.Any suggestions?

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  24. DIY= Do It Yourself :-)
    I'm not sure how it will react with salt from perspiration. I would contact the manufacturer. Sorry, but I just tried the service. I'm not a pro myself.

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  25. Just did the process on a friend and it took forever to dry the product in her hair. She has long, very wavy but fine hair. The product made the salon full of smoke when drying her hair. Had to open the door. Her hair is a little tanner but still very wavy but it feels great. I think this product is best used on shorter caucasian hair. Will see how it is after she washes it.

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    1. The reason it took forever to dry and it smoked was because too much product was used. I am a professional who uses this product =)

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  26. Strawberry Fields ForeverOctober 3, 2012 at 5:01 PM

    I had mine done before Thanksgiving and, to be honest, I was disappointed. It did seem to improve the condition of my hair, but as far as getting rid of some of the curl or shortening my dry time... it didn't do much at all. It just felt like I had done a very extensive and very deep conditioning on it. So I am still seeking a treatment that will really transform my hair, but i don't know if I am willing to take the risk of a keratin treatment after all the horror stories I have heard. Not only that but the treatment I had done was so expensive for it not to work. And I know it couldn't have been the stylists fault because he was trained to do it by ThermaFuse, he is a platform for them which is why I choose to drive an hour to meet him. I am really bummed... but don't let this discourage you, it works differently on different types of hair. If anyone has any suggestions for Keratin (or other) treatments that worked great for them I'd love to hear it! Oh and I could tell it wasn't really going to work because after he washed it out it took him FOREVER to dry my hair and he ended up having to use like 3 different products to get it to be a smooth and straight as possible.... BUMMER so now I am just back to being sick of my half-permed, wavy, frizzy hair! yuck!

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    1. Where did you go to get this treatment done? I am also considering it- and my stylist has been pushing (not too much) for me to try it and I just want to make sure it isn't the same guy. If you don't want to say their name, just reply with the state and the stylist's initial...lol. thanks!!!

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  27. I agree Gouldylox, I have done many of these treatments on my clients . I have never had the hair smoke? I think maybe to much product was used. I have had great results and very happy clients using Thermafuse !
    Tammy-Studio Bodair mn

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  28. I had the Thermafuse treatment in November, and it was the best thing I ever did for my hair.  Goldy, your hair in the "before" pix is way, way, way better than my dry, frizzy, curly hair ever was.  I honestly think I have the worst natural hair in the world.  Probably tried every salon straightener out there over the years,

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  29. I love mine. I'm due for a third, but I'm not sure when I'm going to get it...I want refresh my hair after my summer vacation!

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  30. I had the Thermafuse treatment done in November.  It was the best thing I ever did for my hair.  I've tried many, many salon straightening treatments including keratin, and although they helped my awful hair, it still took a lot of maintenance.  I honestly believe I have the worst hair in the world -- curly-- and not nice curls, frizzy, dry -- like Kramer on Seinfeld.  Very high maintenance to make it presentable each day.  My hair came out pin straight with Thermafuse!  I air dried it, then blew dry it for a few minutes, no flat iron needed.  My results were similar to Goldy's.  It did lighten up a lot, etc.  Here it is March, and I will probably get it done again soon, due to it wearing out, and regrowth.  But, I just started using the flat iron again two weeks ago !! Honestly I went from Kramer to Carley (on GH if you know who she is) in hair texture!  Best thing I EVER did in my life, I can't say it enough.

    Question re shampoos and conditioners.  I'd like to try Enjoy.  Are any ingredients harmful or would cause the Thermafuse treatment to breakdown?  My hairdresser gave my simply smooth shampoo and conditioner, and I'm not all that thrilled with them.

    Thermafuse Rocks!

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  31. how do i  make it less oily not use alot of product?

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  32. I had this service done at Laboratorie in Baltimore, md

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  33. I have ALOT of hair. It is very curly, very coarse, and incredibly thick. I just had the ThermaFuse treatment done on Sunday. And while I didn't expect to come out with "straight hair", I thought it would at least be relaxed and smoother. I am a little disappointed. My roots and most of the hair shaft are smooth, but my ends are in bad shape -- very frizzy, and some of them still have the corkscrew curls. I don't know if it's because the stylist didn't pull the product all the way through, or what??? It took over 4 hours, and the only thing I see that he did different than what is posted here was he washed my hair first - then while the suds were still in it, he put a shower cap over it, and put me under the dryer for 10 minutes -- rinsed my hair, then repeated the shampoo/heat process again. Dried my hair completely before beginning the ThermaFuse treatment. (I've noticed a little odor...and after reading these posts, I'm hoping it doesn't get worse!) I'm going to give it a few more days to see what happens, then get back in touch with the stylist. I am really hoping I haven't ruined my hair...it takes FOREVER to grow out.

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  34. I got the smoothing treatment done two days ago and I love it so far. I washed my hair last night and it did smell pretty bad but I don't smell it now. It come out wavy/straight and dried slightly curly. My hair is very thick with med curls and a ton of volume and frizz. The volume is gone and my hairs a tad curly which I love!

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  35. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well. In fact your creative writing ability has inspired me.

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  36. I just had the f450 treatment done last week saturday. my hair is unbelievably smooth, straight, still the same volume, and far more manageable than ever before. i was told by my hair stylist that sweating from a workout does not affect the hair after treatment, but to rinse it right when i get home. but i was reading and hearing from others that sodium needs to be avoided. i work out 5-6 days a week which leaves my hair soaked in sweat every time. Does anyone have experience long-term with f450 and frequent sweaty work outs? and, what about ocean water, saltwater swimming pools and chlorine swimming pools?

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    1. Ocean water and saltwater pools are a huge no-no. I don't think chlorine affects it, but swimming in salty water or using products that contain salt will damage the treatment. I don't know about sweat. I would think rinsing it out immediately would help. Maybe pulling it up in a pony and wearing a sweat band would help wick away some of the sweat and keep the midshaft and ends protected?

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  37. Kelly have you gotten the treatment since? If so how were they? There is a salon in Bethesda where I work at that does the treatment.

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    1. I've had it done three times and really love the results.

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    2. A place close to my house does both the Thermafuse express and regular Thermafuse. This stylist has converted all her clients from the coppola keratin to the thermafuse. It may cost more but this stylist is more experienced.

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  38. I read the posts about salt water and possibly chlorine ruining the hair ... can i ask for a few more specifics - does it negate the effects or actually destroy the hair? its summer and i plan to swim but won't get this done until winter if there will be adverse effects. Has anyone got any experiences they can share?

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    1. It will remove the treatment, not ruin your hair. It's expensive, so if you plan to swim in the ocean, I would wait to get the treatment.

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    2. My stylist never mentioned this, and since we leave nearly right at the beach I am glad you told me! Would a swim cap work you think to avoid the salt in the hair? Is it just salt, or is it chlorine as well??

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    3. It's just salt. If you wanted to go in, I would wet hair first with water, slather in a thick conditioner and pile it up on your head. Then I would rinse it out immediately after going in the water. Or wear a cap. I can't believe they didn't tell you that!!!!

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  39. Hi everyone. I have had this treatment done 3 times and love it, but not the price. Do you think it's possible to have a friend (non-professional) do it and still have it come out ok? Does anyone have experience with that?

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    1. That would make me nervous! Is there a salon near you that trains people on the process and someone who is "training" might be able to do it? I've had it done twice by an apprentice and it was lovely!

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    2. I do it to myself. It's really not a big deal. The problem there is, is that consumers can not buy it.

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  40. It was really a best hair treatment if I get this treatment how long I get smooth hairs like this?

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  41. I've had this treatment done 3 times. I too love it, the last time I had it done was at the beginning of the summer and I too live near the beach. I asked my hair stylist and she said it was ok and she was right. here it is 3 months later I still see the effects maybe not as good as when I first get it but I'm still not frizzing which is why I get the treatment in the first place.

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  42. People who are experiencing color fade are not getting it done right. The stylist must be holding the blow dryer too closely to the hair while drying.

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  43. Where did you go to get this treatment? I am also do the same and my stylist has been pushing for me to try it.

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