There is a famous beauty marketing brand that uses the slogan, “Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s Maybelline” in their national advertisement. But, perhaps the slogan should read, “Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s her Tyent water ionizer.”
While alkaline water has many great uses for drinking and cooking, the acidic water stream of a water ionizer is perfect for hair. That is because hair is actually slightly acidic, and rinsing with acidic water can help fight frizz to keep your locks looking their best.
What Causes Frizz?
We all know that dry, frizzy hair can ruin an otherwise good day. Messy hair is a real confidence killer, but, according to Dr. Carolyn Jacob, the cause of frizzy hair is actually simple if you understand the construction of hair fibers.
“The reason [hair] gets frizzy is pretty simple. Your hair’s outer layer, the cuticle, looks kind of like a shingled roof. When hair is smooth, those shingles lie flat. But when you run a brush through dry, curly hair, those ‘shingles’ lift.”
Hair stylist Connie Eyerlin adds, “The problem with frizzy hair is that it’s dry. Water is a basic response to this basic problem.”
Don’t make your response just any water. Make it Tyent acidic water.
Why Acidic Water?
Your hair is slightly acidic with a pH between 3 and 4. However, shower water is usually neutral but can sometimes be alkaline depending on your source water. This means that after showering, hair is left with a raised pH which causes the shingles of the hair fiber to remain open to the air.
The solution is to rinse with acidic water after shampooing and conditioning. Just fill a bottle of water with acidic water from your Tyent water ionizer and take it into the shower with you. A quick rinse post-shower will close down the shingles of the hair cuticle and leave your hair with sleek and shine.
The Final Word on Frizz
Bad hair days are a thing of the past for Tyent water ionizer owners. Don’t let frizz ruin your look. With an acidic rinse people will be asking, “Where you born with it?” To which you can respond, “It’s definitely my Tyent water ionizer.”