Hair Treatments

K18 Treatment

A leave-in treatment mask for all hair types that clinically reverses damage. The patented peptide technology works to repair damage from bleach, colour, chemical services & heat – restoring strength, softness, smoothness, and bounce to hair.

K18 Treatment
Detox Cleanse

Detox Cleanse

A clarifying treatment that removes product buildup, resulting in a clean canvas and the best possible hair environment. Deeply cleanses the hair and scalp: Excess buildup is broken down and removed with a non-stripping foam that unclogs hair follicles while removing debris and oil.

Olaplex Treatment

When disulfide bonds are broken, it results in damage. 

OLAPLEX restores damaged and compromised hair by repairing from the inside out with their patented single ingredient, Bis-Aminopropyl Diglycol Dimaleate.

Once all the bonds are intact and in alignment, you have healthy, beautiful, shiny, touchable hair. 

Olaplex Treatments
Keratin Smoothing

Keratin Smoothing

Keratin smoothing treatment is the perfect solution for frizzy, unruly hair. This innovative method will give you smoother and more manageable locks that are also healthier than ever before! Not only does it work on styling but its incredible restorative properties keep your tresses healthy by preventing future damage from occurring over time with regular use of heat tools or abuse through everyday activities.


Perms work by using chemicals to change hair texture, either creating waves or curls. It’s all in the technique. Our new techniques create different types of curls, from spiral coils to wavy hair. The best way for your new curls to shine is to let your hair air-dry most of the way, then use a diffuser. If you really want to enhance your waves, you can use a curling wand, too.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Hair treatments are specialised procedures or products applied to the hair to address specific issues, improve hair health, and enhance its appearance.

There are various hair treatments, including keratin treatments, deep conditioning treatments, protein treatments, scalp treatments, and hair masks.

Deep conditioning treatments are designed to nourish and moisturise the hair deeply, helping to repair damage, improve elasticity, and enhance shine.

Protein treatments help strengthen the hair by replenishing lost proteins, improving its structure and resilience.
The frequency of hair treatments depends on your hair’s condition and needs. In general, it’s recommended to get treatments every 4 to 6 weeks or as advised by your stylist.

Yes, many hair treatments are suitable for coloured or chemically treated hair, and some treatments can even improve the condition of such hair.

Hair treatments can improve the overall health of your hair, which may indirectly support healthy hair growth. However, they don’t guarantee faster hair growth.
While hair treatments can’t repair split ends completely, they can temporarily seal the ends, making them appear smoother and less frayed.
The duration of a hair treatment session varies depending on the type of treatment and the hair’s length and thickness. On average, it takes 30 minutes to an hour.
Yes, many hair treatments are formulated to be gentle on the scalp. However, it’s essential to inform your stylist about any scalp sensitivities before the treatment.
Yes, there are many hair treatments available for home use, including hair masks, deep conditioners, and serums. However, professional treatments in a salon often yield more significant results.
If you have allergies or sensitivities to specific ingredients, inform your stylist before the treatment, so they can recommend suitable products or alternatives.

While hair treatments can improve the hair’s condition and minimise damage, they cannot fully reverse severe heat damage. Regular use of heat protectants is essential to prevent further damage.

Yes, there are hair treatments formulated specifically for fine or thin hair that can add volume and nourishment without weighing it down.

Yes, some hair treatments, such as scalp treatments and moisturising masks, can help alleviate dandruff and dry scalp issues.

Yes, keratin treatments and smoothing treatments are specifically designed to reduce frizz and make hair smoother and more manageable.
It’s possible to combine certain hair treatments, but it’s essential to consult with your stylist to ensure compatibility and avoid over-processing the hair.
Some hair treatments, like keratin treatments and relaxers, can temporarily alter the hair’s texture, making it smoother or straighter. However, the effect is not permanent.
Some hair treatments can be applied to extensions or weaves, but it’s best to consult with your stylist to ensure they are suitable for the specific type of extensions.
To maintain the results of a hair treatment, use appropriate hair care products, avoid excessive heat styling, and schedule regular follow-up treatments as recommended by your stylist.
A keratin treatment is a hair-smoothing and frizz-reducing procedure that infuses the hair with a special protein called keratin to improve its texture and manageability.
The treatment coats the hair with a keratin formula and is sealed with heat. The keratin fills in the gaps in the hair’s cuticle, resulting in smoother and less frizzy hair.
The main benefits include reduced frizz, smoother hair, improved manageability, reduced drying time, and enhanced shine.
The longevity of a keratin treatment depends on the hair’s texture, maintenance, and the specific product used. On average, it can last around 2 to 6 months.

Yes, a keratin treatment can be done on coloured or chemically treated hair, and it may even improve the condition of the hair.

A keratin treatment is not a straightening procedure, but it will significantly reduce frizz and loosen curls, resulting in smoother, more manageable hair.
Yes, a keratin treatment can be beneficial for all hair types, including naturally straight hair, as it adds shine and improves manageability.
The treatment process usually takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on the hair’s length and thickness.
Some keratin treatments require a waiting period before washing the hair, usually 24 to 72 hours. Your stylist will provide specific instructions.
After the treatment, you’ll enjoy easier styling, but it’s best to avoid hair ties or clips during the waiting period to prevent creases.
Keratin treatments are generally safe when performed by a trained stylist using high-quality products. However, some formulas may contain formaldehyde or similar chemicals, so it’s essential to choose a reputable salon.

Yes, keratin treatments can be customised for fine or thin hair to provide smoother texture and reduce frizz.

It’s generally recommended to colour or bleach your hair before getting a keratin treatment. If necessary, consult with your stylist to determine the best timeline.

It’s best to avoid swimming and using sulphate-containing hair products, as they can shorten the lifespan of the treatment.

Some keratin treatments contain chemicals that may not be suitable during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Consult with your healthcare provider before undergoing any chemical hair treatment.
While a keratin treatment significantly reduces frizz, it may not completely eliminate it, especially in humid conditions.
Keratin treatments can help improve the condition of damaged hair, but consult with your stylist to assess if your hair is suitable for the treatment.

Aftercare involves using sulphate-free, keratin-safe hair products and avoiding hairstyles that cause creases during the waiting period.

It’s generally recommended to wait until the previous treatment has worn off before reapplying to prevent product buildup and damage.
Keratin treatments can be done on some types of extensions and weaves, but it’s best to consult with your stylist to ensure compatibility.