Olaplex is a colour service upgrade that allows hair colourists to achieve amazing lightening results without compromising the condition of the hair. Olaplex uses a three step process working to repair broken bonds so the hair bounces back healthier than ever, after the bleaching process.
But seeing as Olaplex is a one of the biggest advances in hair technology and achieves amazing results, people often wonder, does Olaplex actually work to prevent damage? The answer is yes!
The Olaplex hair treatment system is designed to penetrate the inside of the hair to repair and reconnect broken disulfide sulfur bonds and restore damaged hair to its former glory.
The treatment system is catered to all hair types, textures and colours, promising to have hair feeling and looking healthier.
Olaplex’s treatment system consists of 7 different bond repairing treatments. It is important to note that the Olaplex No.1 and No.2 can only be used in conjunction with chemical services such as bleaching, and can only be applied by certified salon professionals. Whereas No.3 – No.7 are available for retail sale and are meant to be used as at home treatments.
The Olaplex range has expanded due to its popularity, but it was originally a three step system.
Olaplex No.1 called the Bond Multiplier, is applied at the salon, with the bleach, or permanent dye and is a water soluble solution made up of bis-aminopropyl diglycol dimaleate active.
Olaplex No.2 is labelled the Bond Perfector, containing a smaller amount of the same active ingredients in No.1 mixed with conditioning agents. Step No.2 is also applied in the salon and is considered a post colour salon conditioning treatment.
Olaplex No.3 is the take home product in the three step process. It is called the Hair Perfector, and contains an even smaller amount of the active ingredients, mixed with mostly conditioning agents. This step should be applied to the hair similar to an at home, leave in conditioner.
Olaplex now offers steps No.1 to No.7. All products contain portions of the same active ingredients found in Olaplex No.1, No.2 and No.3, and all have the same claim, to repair broken bonds in the hair.
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If the science of Olaplex hasn’t convinced you, the customer reviews will! Olaplex has an abundance of great reviews from happy customers and hair professionals all over the globe. Not only reviews, but you can actually see the difference, and how much healthier each client’s hair looks.
Have a look at some of the reviews below, extracted from the Olaplex website.
“I have been using your products for over 2 years and it was the best decision I’ve ever made. I love the product, it’s changed my life.”
“I will forever be a customer of yours, and I want to thank you for saving my hair!!!! I would recommend this product to anyone!”
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We’re often asked what Olaplex really does? Is it worth the extra $$? The answer is as simple as this image & the results are consistently this obvious. Yes, it’s most definitely worth it. Image courtesy of @haircareaust @olaplexau
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Are you convinced? Experience the Olaplex difference for yourself at Rebecca Oates Salon in Bicton. Our licensed salon professionals have been using Olaplex for many years and have seen the difference in their clients’ hair overtime.