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HAIRHUB is committed to providing exceptional customer satisfaction through the use of the latest innovations. One of such innovations that can be found in both our locations is Steampod 3.0 by L'oreal. In this article we would like to explain the value of this product.

Unlike standard hair straighteners, the steampod 3.0 (£235, uses a combination of high-pressure steam (not unlike an iron or clothes steamer) and heated plates to style your tresses. But, the differences don’t stop there, as L’Oréal has worked hard to ensure its latest tool isn’t just effective but also kind to your hair.

When you style using a regular hair straightener, you can often see steam coming off as you style and this is because moisture is leaving the hair. But, with the steampod, L’Oréal states that the combination of heat and steam gently and durably styles the hair without drying the core, resulting in 78 per cent less damage – which is enough to interest anyone who regularly straightens their locks.

The brand also claims that the tool is two times faster than a pair of usual straighteners, aims to reduce the appearance of split ends and will leave your locks looking sleek and silky-soft for days. But does it live up to the hype? Read on to find out.

Our personal TIP: To operate the steampod, it is essential to use demineralized water and not water tap . Demineralized water is water that no longer contains ion and minerals. It is bought in grocery store or other trade, and is not very expensive.

It is very important to use demineralized water, because mineralized water can cause limestone deposits On the plates and in the mechanism, and thus damage the iron .

TIP #2: Never leave water in the tank when you finish the usage. In the end, you need to take the remaining water. The same goes, if you see that you don’t have enough water. You have to refill the tank if you see that its coming to an end.

Other then that it is really easy to use.


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