How to Apply KeraMax Professional Keratin Charge System

Instruction Sheet

How to Apply KeraMax Professional Keratin Charge System

Applying KeraMax Professional Keratin Charge System to dry or damaged hair is a simple and straightforward process. The timings we give are fairly important and it’s worth remembering that for best results you should have a watch or clock close by.

The step-by-step guide to profound repair for damaged hair.

Step 1
Using a small amount of Bottle number 1 – Shampoo Anti Residuo – wash your hair thoroughly, massaging right down to the roots. Rinse well, pat dry with a towel and divide into 4 sections.

Step 2
Apply small amounts (5-6 drops at most) of Bottle number 2 – Concentrado do Queratin – to each section and massage thoroughly from the roots out, avoiding contact with the scalp. Repeat until all hair is covered and wait for 8-10 minutes.

Step 3
Repeat with Bottle number 3 – Balsamo Condicionador – using a little more product this time. Again, massage thoroughly from the roots out, be sure to coat all your hair and wait another 8-10 minutes before rinsing thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Step 4
Towel dry your hair until it’s just damp, then pouring small amounts of Sachet number 4 – Defrizante e Selante – into your hands, rub vigorously through the hair. To complete the treatment, take a hair-dryer on its hottest setting and a rounded brush. Brush continuously until completely dry.

Step 5
To create a really silky professional finish and lock in the Keratin for the longest possible time to maximise its restorative effect, KeraMax recommends using electric hair straighteners after drying.

To do this, set your straighteners to 180 degrees, and pass over each section of hair 2-3 times, allowing to cool between passes.

Please Note. Heat is an important part of the Cauterizacao process locking in the nutrients to create a pollution and water resilient seal protecting your hair.
But too much heat may do more harm than good and it’s very important that your straighteners are ho hotter than 180 degrees. If in doubt contact the manufacturer and always opt for a lower setting if you’re not sure.