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Healthy hair is trending and we are so here for it. With bond treatments becoming an absolute necessity in your hair care routine , we take a closer look at K18 and Olaplex.

Both are designed to repair and strengthen hair. While they share some similarities, they work in slightly different ways.

K18 is a patented hair care technology that claims to repair hair from the inside out. It works by penetrating the hair shaft and repairing the broken disulfide bonds that are responsible for hair damage. K18 is designed to be used in salon treatments or at-home hair care routines, and it can be used on all hair types.

Olaplex works by repairing disulfide bonds. It is a three-step system that includes a bond multiplier, a bond perfector, and a hair perfector. Olaplex is designed to be used in salon treatments, and it can also be used as a stand-alone treatment or added to hair color or bleach. It is recommended for use on chemically treated or damaged hair.

In terms of effectiveness, both K18 and Olaplex have received positive reviews from customers and hair care professionals. However, some people may find that one product works better for their specific hair type and needs than the other.

 Our Bixie pick is K18 as its simple to use and we are blown away by its results.

Overall, if you are looking for a hair care product that can help repair and strengthen your hair, both K18 and Olaplex are worth considering.

In fact, you can even use both alternatively for the ultimate repair, but we do recommend chatting to your stylist to determine which product is the best fit for your hair type and needs.


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