By now, you’ve probably heard about the buzz surrounding the “honey” hair salon trend, and you’re probably also aware of the honey wig.
If you’ve been around for a while, you may have even seen this trend first on the internet.
However, the concept of using honey to wash away all of the bad hair is not new.
As early as the late 1980s, it was being touted as a way to rid the scalp of excess moisture and dead hair that would otherwise clog pores.
In reality, the notion of using this chemical was nothing more than a gimmick, as it was a highly diluted, drying process.
Honey is made of oil and is a potent irritant, so when used in a shampoo, this is often added to the product before the shampoo is sprayed on the scalp.
It’s also extremely drying and can even cause scalp and hair to feel dry and sore for weeks after the shampoo has been applied.
But now that we have a new buzz, what is the “new buzz” and why do people think it’s so revolutionary?
Well, for one thing, it’s completely legal, which is important for all of us to know.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), any chemical used to treat scalp and/or hair is considered a drug and can be used in any way.
So, if you are trying to get rid of unwanted hair, it is perfectly legal.
If you are worried that using honey will hurt your skin, you are not alone.
The FDA’s website lists the chemicals used to kill hair and scalp as “prohibited,” “inherently irritating,” and “generally considered unsafe.”
In other words, this chemical can kill hair, scalp, and scalp cells.
Honey has been used for thousands of years to treat various skin problems, and it’s still used to a degree.
The chemical is also commonly found in cosmetics and in food products, such as salad dressing and peanut butter.
But, you can’t use it to clean your hair, as the chemicals are known to cause allergic reactions and may cause irritation to sensitive skin.
So what does this all mean?
According to hair salon owners and stylists, there is nothing wrong with using the chemical to remove bad hair.
However and in addition to its natural healing properties, honey has a number of other health benefits, including helping to treat eczema, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and more.
As long as you are willing to work with a professional, this isn’t a bad idea.
So don’t worry about getting a bad hair day.
We’ve rounded up some of the best salon and hair care advice we’ve read to help you tackle any bad hair you may be facing.