Hair Treatment

Beautiful hair in full health has always been perceived as a majorly attractive asset and for centuries, humanity has constantly strived to save its shine. People are always advised to take care of their hair, but why is that necessary? How did the idea of hair care appear? Let’s find out.


So, what's hair exactly? Hair is a filamentous biomaterial that grows from hair follicles set up in the dermis. It's made of keratin, a protein. Hair consists of three layers: root, cortex, and cuticle. The consistency of each subcaste differs among colorful types of hair.

Shiny and silky hair was always considered a symbol of beauty and hedonism. Ancient Egyptian women decided for poultices made of both beast and factory fats( similar as castor and almond oil painting), while the men decided to shave their heads. The first given treatment for hair loss was a baldness remedy from 4000 BC. The mama of king Serti thus recommended an admixture of dates, tykes ’ paws and jackass hooves. Everything was cooked in oil painting and used regionally. Around 1500 BC, Assyrian monarchs and nobility favored curled hair. They started a fashion that's still popular at the moment.

To make hair gel, lizard tallow — which is made from beast fat was combined with swallow feces around the time 1300. Women used fat to set their hair in the 1600s. German scientist Hans Schwarzkopf produced the first factual marketable soap in 1898. His water-answerable greasepaint soap was an immediate megahit, and other different liquid soaps snappily followed. 1950 saw the release of the first synthetic soaps, while 1963 saw the debut of the first anti-dandruff soap


Let’s look into the treatments available at your closest salon and what they do so you can find the right one for your hair care needs.

  • Keratin Treatments
  • Professional Protein Treatments
  • Scalp Treatments
  • Clarifying Treatment
  • Hot Oil Treatment
  • Botox Treatment
  • Deep Conditioning Hair Treatment
  • Relax Treatment
  • Rebonding Treatment
  • Professional Toning Treatment
  • Hair Glossing Treatment
  • Pro Olaplex Treatment

These are just a few of the main hair treatments that are mostly used nowadays. There are a lot more variations for each of them.


Hair treatments can be used by anyone depending on the hair type. utmost people use specific soaps and conditioners for their hair in any case. For egregious reasons, people who are bald won't really profit from a soap or hair oil painting or any other hair treatment. For unseasonable balding, still, there are specific treatments that can be used in order to cake the hair and make it grow.

Depending on the product type you're using and the problem you're facing, the treatment is administered in different ways. When it comes to using soaps, the correct way to do so is to only use a coin sized nugget of soap and apply it on your crown only. The hair’s body gets gutted naturally while the soap is irrigated and you can apply a little bit there but the focus should be on the crown. also, the accompanying conditioner should be used on the body of the hair, and noway the crown. You should leave it on for a minimum of five twinkles for it to absorb the needed nutrients before you wash it off. Hair canvases can be applied either an hour before you wash your hair or the night ahead for deep exertion. It's more important for the crown to absorb the nutrients and the roots of the hair to be nourished with them rather than the body as that's a temporary treatment. You can toast the canvases before applying them, or just apply them straight from the bottle as is. Coconut oil painting helps your hair grow briskly, almond oil painting and argon oil painting makes your hair thicker, while peppermint oil painting and tea tree oil painting help with dandruff. utmost hair masks are meant to be applied an hour before you shampoo. also, hair serums are meant to be applied after the soap and exertion is done and should be applied on damp hair. You don't need to wash a serum out.

One of the stylish benefits of getting hair treatments is that it prevents damage to your hair. A hair treatment can help you get the long lost luster of your hair back and make your hair smooth and candescent again. By piercing the crown and hair, a hair treatment acts as a way of guarding your hair before damage can bedone. However, it becomes weak and breaks off fluently, If your hair doesn't get the necessary treatment and proteins. An in salon hair treatment can restore your hair, strengthening the beaches and reducing breakage. Moisturizing treatments can give your hair with essential natural oil painting and proteins, which are necessary for healthy hair.


Romoni is providing the largest home salon service exclusively designed for women! We offer a wide range of hair treatments that address various concerns, helping you achieve your dream hair goals. Our specialized treatments provide nourishment and hydration, repair and prevent damage, promote scalp health, enhance hair texture and appearance, and offer stress relief and self-care. By incorporating our treatments into your routine, you can unlock the secrets to luxurious locks. Trust our expert professionals to bring the salon experience to your doorstep, ensuring you look and feel your best, all without leaving the comfort of your home. Book an appointment today and embark on a transformative journey to gorgeous, head-turning hair!