Wet hair is more prone to damage than dry hair and therefore breaks more easily. But what exactly happens to hair when washed?
When in contact with moisture or heat, the hair cuticles grow and swell. This expansion, also called hygratural fatigue, weakens the hair and makes it extremely vulnerable.
If we add the stiffness and weight of a body towel ... our hair will be extremely unhappy. Rubbing your hair with a towel is also dangerous - friction destroys the cuticle that is sensitive to moisture.
The hair towels have been specially designed for damp and vulnerable hair - they are light, do not tug on the hair and have a soft material that protects the cuticle from friction.
Fit the buttoned part of the towel on the back of your head, tilting the head down.
Wrap the hair with a towel until it is tightly wrapped around it.
Wrap the elastic around the button to secure.