woman with straightened hair by nanoplasty
Beth Mann
Beth Mann

Hair Nanoplasty – The New World of Hair Straightening 💇

I recently bought my first ceramic flat iron and I really loved the way my hair looked. But there’s one big drawback: if you don’t know the exact setting to use, you can do some serious damage, especially to fine hair like mine. So I found myself using it less or using it incorrectly. What’s a girl to do?

Hair Nanoplasty to the Rescue!

We all dream of having healthy looking, shiny hair but there’s often quite a cost to making it happen. This includes damaging the hair and the use of dangerous chemicals. Hair nanoplasty is an highly effective process that will make your hair super silky and shiny…safely.

What is hair nanoplasty?

It sounds like some sort of cosmetic surgery, doesn’t it? Don’t let the name fool you. This is a new hair treatment, which affects the hair structure from the inside and lasts as long as six months.

The best part? There is no formaldehyde in a nanoplasty treatment.

Yay! No burning chemical smell or other unpleasant reactions. This procedure is super safe. Welcome to the new world of hair straightening!

Nanoplasty (or nanoplastia) is an innovative hair restoration process and a highly effective method of straightening that provides a super healthy, glossy appearance.

Unlike other hair straightening hair products, the base of nanoplastia is amino acids and collagen. These rich ingredients penetrate the cortical layer of the hair under temperature, so it actually improves the health of the hair.

Nanoplastia treatment will provide:

  • Flexibility
  • Shininess
  • Strenght
  • Straightening
  • Frizz control
  • Hydration

So goodbye, new flat iron: I’m going to Salon Deauville in Montreal and getting a nanoplasty treatment. I’d much prefer my hair looking great because its actually healthier!

If you’re interested in nanoplastia in Montreal, contact our salon for more details. We’re happy to provide a free consultation as well.


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