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Ceramic Technology

Ceramic is a compound material frequently made of clay used in some of the heating elements like hair dryer, curling iron, etc. the heating element, or as a covering on internal parts. It creates a far infrared heat that heats up rapidly.

Ceramic Technology

It also preserves the hair’s natural moisture by tumbling the breakage and damage without pulling it.

Advantages of Ceramic Technology

  • It has the uniform heating system.
  • There is no chance of overheating because of its ceramic surface.
  • Ceramic Technology does not create any severe harm to the hair.
  • Emitted negatively charged ions locks natural moisture or oils, which prevents the cuticle from damaging or splitting.
  • It also prevents hair from frizzing.
  • Ceramic Technology is fairly light.
  • Ceramic Technology has a small amount of professional touch which can save a lot of time and money that is spent in the salon.

Disadvantages of Ceramic Technology

  • Sometimes ceramic hair styling tools get very hot that user might be careful.
  • The performance of emitting negative ions is not as good as tourmaline technology.
  • Heavier than titanium hair styling tools.

Best for:

  • Thin to thick hair
  • Normal to fairly damaged hair
  • Standard use