October 25-31 is EB awareness week.
Epidermolysis Bullosa or “EB” is a group of inherited blistering disorders characterized by exceptionally fragile skin and excruciating chronic wounds. Some forms of EB occur because the skin is not as good at making certain keratin proteins. Others occur because the skin is not as good at making certain collagen proteins. Keratin and collagen are important parts of the skin that help keep the structure together.
In addition to the usual instruments of torture we put our hair through, such as chemical treatments, color and straightening Australians have to cope with more than the average dose of strong sun (and damaging UV) which contributes to hair damage.
However help is at hand and depending on the level of damage and type of hair, repair, renewal and protection is possible with the new bhave(r) Rescue treatment program.
Combining the rescue and repair powers of the intact keratin proteins of Replicine Functional Keratin provided through the in-salon Rescue treatment from bhave combined with a protective sacrificial shield of intact keratin protein provided by the bhave range of home care products gives the perfect solution.