PEH balance

PEH Balance

Each of us dreams of beautiful and healthy hair and the proper care is necessary if we want to achieve it. Everyone’s hair is different, but they all need proteins, emollients and humectants. However, it is important how many individual ingredients our hair should get, and it depends on their type.

That is why the PEH balance is the key word in conscious care and it depends on the condition of our hairstyle. Depending on the porosity or condition of the hair, we must provide them with the right amount of these ingredients. For example, dull and dry hair will need a large dose of emollients, while the need for oily hair will be much lower. However, this does not mean, that in the case of oily hair, we should completely give up emollients – we just need to find the right balance.

p for proteins

Proteins are responsible for hair reconstruction. Their condition depends on them, they fill any defects in the structure, regenerate and moisturize. If your hair lacks protein, it will be flat, not easily stylable and dull. However, if they are reprocessed, they will easily become tangled, frizzy, and will also become rough and stiff.

This type of ingredient soule be applied after moisturizing the hair, i.e. after using a humectant (e.g. after using a humectant shampoo, peeling or booster). Then, to close them in the cuticle, apply an emollient. 2-in-1 products will also work well – for example, a protein-emollient conditioner or a mask.

In our products, proteins can be found in hair masks and conditioners. In the product inci search: Hydrolyzed Lupine Seed Extract, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein PG-Propyl Sylanetriol.

e for emollients

They protect the hair, preventing excessive water loss or protect it against harmful external factors and mechanical damage. They smooth the structure, make the hair more elastic and give it a beautiful shine. Their deficiency will result in dry, excessively brittle strands, rough to the touch. If there are too many of them in our care, they will be easily pod and greasy.

Emollients should finish our care in order to keep the humectants and proteins provided to hair for longer. We can use products that combine two ingredients (e.g. a protein-emollient mask), but also oils or butters that protect the hair.

In our products, you will find emollients in hair masks and conditioners, as well as in a butter for hair ends. Search for: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Butyrospermum parkii Butter, Linum Usitassimum Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters, Argania Spinosa Cernel Oil, Prunus Domestica Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima Oil, Coco-Caprylate / Caprate, Isopropyl Palpitate, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil, Undecane, Tridecane

h for humectants

Proper hydration is necessary to keep our hair in proper condition. This task belongs to the humectants. UV radiation, pollution or styling make that hair loses water. Deficiency of this ingredient results in dry, coarse and dull hair. While the excess will cause excessive tangling and frizz.
We should use humectants depending on how dry our hair is and it is best to cover it with an emollient. We can use either shampoos, mists or protective sprays.

In our products, you will find emollients in shampoos, peelings, booster and hair sprays. In the product ingredients search for: Betaine, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters, Citrus Junos Fruit Extract (ceramides), Maltooligosyl Glucoside / Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolyzate, Lactic Acid