Which Mucota Adllura Aire Should I Choose?

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  1. Florence says:

    Hi

    Have fine curly dry hair. Which mucota leave in conditioner should i use.

  2. Cathy says:

    Hi, I have straight hair, but I usually style my hair using a curler. So I am confused on whether I should use leave-in conditioner 09 or 10. Thanks for your advice!

    • Wonect Team says:

      Hi Cathy, you may want to go for 09. 09 is not just for hair strength (especially with its moisturising benefit), it’s going to help make your hair more manageable when you style your hair~ 10 is more for straight styling.

  3. Kas says:

    Hi, I have been using mucota 10, now I can’t find stock and my stylist is recommending 9. I have very thin, wavy frizzy hair which lacks volume..

    • Wonect Team says:

      Hi Kas, sorry for the late reply! I believe your stylist has his/her reasons to suggesting 09. You’ve probably been using 10 to control your frizzy hair, giving a smoother finish. 09 actually strengthens your hair roots, so while giving less control than 10, may gives your thin hair strength.

      Would you like to check if our store has availability? Here is the link for your reference: https://goo.gl/gghme8

  4. Kathy says:

    Hi, I hv frizzy hair on top root n want to hv korean perm …So which should I choose. Thanks for the advice.

    • Wonect Team says:

      Hi Kathy, there may a number of possibilites for frizzy hair. One could be due to lack of moisture (which is likely because hair treatments like perm can lead to lack of moisture in hair). As such, you may start from looking at Aire 03. It would retain the volume on your perm, while giving a moisturising benefit.

  5. Lina says:

    Hi there, i nees some advise on your product. Im enquiry on behalf of my husband, he been using alot of product n shampoo for hairloss from alot of salon but it turn out his hairfall getting worst n there’s a patch of baldness. Do you have any solution for this?

    Secondly, i have a very super damaged hair due yo perm, rebond, bleaching and hairfall quite alot too. Do you have anything to recommend?

    By the way does your product suitable for kids afe 2yrs and above?

    I appreciate if you could advise on this.

    Yours sincerely: Lin

    • Wonect Team says:

      Hi Lin, it does sound like your husband is facing tough issue. 🙁 It’s difficult to determine the cause, and you may want to consider visiting a trichologist to determine the root cause(s).

      From what you have shared, shampoo alone is not enough for hair loss (unfortunately! 🙁 ) Using a lot of shampoo from different salons doesn’t necessarily mean they are all suitable? If we assume that all the salons are recommending to their best of abilities and intentions, then maybe the scalp/hair is not ready to accept the benefits of the shampoos. Again, the main cause(s) needs to be determined.

      To approach hair loss, we would approach from two aspects: products and lifestyle.

      Products: Men produce more testosterone, which weakens the roots of hair to “make way for new hair growth”. We’d like to control that. Males tend to produce more sebum too. Without a good shampoo, we are unable to wash excess sebum off our scalps. Don’t forget, the scalp is skin, and this causes pores to clog! :O This results in nutrients from treatments, hair tonics etc being unable to reach the hair roots. Shampoo quality is important too, because skin/scalp react differently to different products. Just like we wouldn’t use alcohol-based products on sensitive skin, we wouldn’t want to use shampoo that is too strong that would stress the scalp. Also, moisturising for the scalp is important, and strong shampoos tend to strip hair of dirt AND moisture. If there is one step we would take today, is to go full focus on scalp health and strength. Good shampoos, scalp-oriented treatments, hair tonics. Hair growth formulas can be considered too.

      Lifestyle: But using products are only external; lifestyle plays a huge part from inside our bodies. Diet is important, because (1) we want to avoid food that encourages our bodies from producing excess sebum, and (2) we want food that promotes healthy skin (and thus for healthy hair). Stress is also a major part of unhealthiness, as it slows blood flow indirectly, making it hard for nutrients to reach the hair.

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      For your case, it sounds like your hair foundational strength is weakening. Repeated treatments on the hair is very damaging on the hair. You probably already know, that these treatments involve breaking the protein threads of the hair to reform the desired effect. This is usually why hairdressers will check hair quality to ensure the hair is healthy enough to take the stress, eg if hair is too thin or weak, they will probably advice against perming.

      How about focusing on scalp health and hair strength? If you are considering the MUCOTA Adllura Aire, then DUNE EX is meant for highly damaged hair. The key ingredients within are the abundance of CMC and moisturising ingredients, which are extremely important for damaged hair. Unfortunately, Adllura Aire serie’s focus is on hair, so you might want to get something else for the scalp, like hair tonics and scalp essences. We’ll include a link below so you can use as a reference.

      Also, if you decide to try MUCOTA Aire DUNE EX Shampoo/Treatment (or other hair products), purchase the small volumes first. This way, (1) if it didn’t work for you, you won’t be wasting your money for the additional volume, and (2) you’d have a point of reference to stick to, or to choose a better product, either within MUCOTA Adllura Aire series or other brands. Of course, MUCOTA is a very popular purchase by our customers, so we’ll take their word for its effectiveness.

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      Only some shampoos are suiatble for children. We need to remind ourselves that children have more sensitive skin than adults, so we’d want to ensure that the shampoo is gentle for the scalp and skin, and is something that helps set the foundation of strong hair (over the more fancy options for adults like hair colour perseverance). Go for gentleness and moisturising ability. We’d also avoid using cheap shampoos too often because they are usually too strong (likely sulphate-based). Look for the article link below for “How to Choose the Right Shampoo? Know the 3 Types!” for an explanation.

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      Here are a few links for reference. We hope these will provide you with a better understanding of choosing suitable products for yourself. We’ll also be here if you need more clarifications with any Japanese products! 😀

      1) What are the Differences between Hair Tonic, Hair Growth Formula and Scalp Essence? (https://goo.gl/ZeXbGd) An essential read to differentiate the available options for hair and scalp care, beyond shampoos and treatments.

      2) How to Choose the Right Shampoo? Know the 3 Types! (https://goo.gl/EZW8mc) Knowing the three types of shampoos that are available to us, each with their unique purpose. You might find something useful for children too.

      3) Japanese Shampoos for Female Hair Loss (https://goo.gl/SfHv7W). Though we talk about female hair loss, some parts relate to males too.

      4) Price references for Adllura Aire products (https://goo.gl/3k3i91).

  6. Hazel Andrea Tan says:

    Hi, just permed my hair hence can you recommend a curl enhancer to maintain the curl please

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