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Olaplex is free of silicone, sulfates, phthalates, DEA, aldehydes, gluten and is never tested on animals. Olaplex reconnects broken disulfide sulfur bonds in the hair, which are broken during thermal, mechanical and chemical services.

What is Olaplex?

Olaplex is a hair repair treatment that’s captured the attention of stylists & clients alike, especially people who have damaged hair from excessive bleach. It can either be mixed in with colorto minimize damage, or used as a separate treatment.  


The Olaplex Bond Multiplying System can be used as a reset button for your hair, rebuilding the strength, structure and integrity to the point where a color or chemical service would then be feasible once again. This treatment may be done before and/or after a chemical service and may be applied in the salon once a week or more. It is compatible with all hair types, from virgin to extremely compromised chemically treated hair.

What does the Olaplex Treatment entail?

Olaplex is comprised of three components: No. 1 Bond Multiplier, No. 2 Bond Perfector and No. 3 Bond Berfector. 


The first step - a clear yellow liquid called Bond Multiplier - is responsible for repairing the hair bonds.  Your stylist will apply it onto dry hair, saturating each strand and then comb it through to ensure each strand is properly covered.  After allowing the Bond Multiplier to soak into the hair, your stylist will brush on step 2 - the Bond Perfector. Step two contains the same active ingredient as step one, repairing any bonds missed in step one, adding strength and restoring structure to the hair. No. 3 is the take home component of the treatment, which can be used once a week between chemical treatments to maintain the rebonding process.


What about when Olaplex is added into color?

As a color additive, Olaplex Bond Multiplier is mixed in with any color being applied to your hair.  It does not affect the coverage & is rinsed out with the color before step two is applied.  The addition of the Olaplex minimized the damage typically incurred by your hair during the dyeing process.  


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