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The benefits of steaming your curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Do you struggle with dry curls that are difficult to style? If so, you might want to think about steaming your curls. These are the benefits of steaming your curls. If you give it a try, don't forget to let us know in the comments if you love steaming your curls, and which steamer you'd recommend to other curly girls.

When your curls are in need of an extra boost of moisture, steaming your strands can be a big help. Steaming opens up the cuticle of your curls by applying heat, allowing moisture to more deeply penetrate into the cuticle of your strands. In addition, steam can open the pores on your scalp, which can allow your strands to grow in more healthily, and encourages blood flow. Having good circulation on the scalp is essential to the health and well being of your strands. Not only is steaming easy to do, many curly girls find it relaxing, and not as labor-intensive as other treatments can be.

Steaming curls is like taking your deep conditioning process to the next level. In addition, your curls can really reap the many benefits of steaming, which can help your curls and scalp overall be healthier. By applying the heat, your curls can open up, which allows for product to more effectively enter into the cuticle of your curls. Steaming is really beneficial for all types of curls, and those with dry, dense, or damaged curls might find it especially beneficial.

In order to reap the benefits of steaming, you can head to your local salon for a steaming treatment, which may require you to sit underneath a steamer. However, if you want to do this treatment in the comfort of your home, you may do so by purchasing a hand-held steamer. Really, either way is great and you can't go wrong with this easy, relaxing, and beneficial treatment.

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