Why Professional Products?
Updated: May 16
There are numerous reasons why the products we may buy at places like Walgreens, CVS, or Walmart are tempting. In addition to being reasonably priced, they are also simple to get. Typically available in a range of colors and have a mouthwatering array of scents. Have you ever wondered why goods sold at drugstores and salons cost such dissimilar amounts? Even though they typically have the same or very similar ingredients as salon products, the benefits aren't as strong because of the dilution.
You could wonder what the products are diluted with. Typically; fillers, chemicals, and water. There is no benefit to the health of your hair from these components. They can really be harming your hair instead. Many of us are familiar with the particular chemical known as sulfates. This is what makes your shampoo generate a lot of suds and lather, giving the impression that you're receiving a really thorough clean. Unfortunately, sulfates can dry out hair and remove color.
Are the "salon products" that we find on the shelves at Target or Walmart actually salon-approved? Unfortunately, these products are frequently over processed, diluted and most likely expired. For us, if you ever see a Eufora Product outside of a salon..don't purchase it. Eufora only sells to professional salons. Eufora sends Amazon cease and desist letters monthly. They will be less expensive but significantly less efficient than their salon-approved twins.
The crown you never take off is your hair, so invest in it.
Why buy products from the salon? I should start with the ingredients. Your hair is nourished and hydrated by the high-quality, highly concentrated substances used in salon products. You'll notice that there isn't much of a difference between the shampoo from a retail store and the one from a salon when you look at the ingredients on the back of your shampoo. The best way to explain this is to compare cooking oils to shampoos. The greatest of the best extra virgin olive oil, batch unprocessed, is used in the salon products. The items from the drugstore are like the processed, lower-quality vegetable or canola oil. Even though the oil is inferior, it is still oil.
Although salon products are more expensive, you need to use less of them. How many of you actually use the dime-sized amount of shampoo that the bottle instructs you to use? Most likely, you lather up by putting shampoo in your palm. With highly concentrated products, however, that dime-sized amount is really all you need. In my own experience, a bottle of shampoo from a hairdresser lasts months while shampoo from a drugstore only lasts about a month.
Our main goal is to give you a look you love and teach you how to keep this look for months after your visit.The bottom line is that you can choose what you put on your hair, but salon products are the greatest option if you want to invest in healthy, gorgeous hair.
~ Maci Kocks