How to Use Ionic Hot Rollers?

Answer Ionic hot rollers harness the power of ions to heat up quickly while posing minimal risk to the health of hair. The rollers change color when they reach the proper temperature for use, making the e... Read More »

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Ionic Hair Dryer vs. Non-Ionic?

Ionic hair dryers claim to boost shine, save drying time and decrease frizz and fly-away strands of hair. There are technology differences between ionic hair dryers and their old-fashioned, non-ion... Read More »

Velcro Rollers vs. Hot Rollers?

To some, looking good can be important and a woman's hair is her crowning glory. Adding curl and volume to your hair is one way to boost your look or even just try something different. Hot rollers ... Read More »

Is mineral oil ionic?

Ionic compounds contain a metal and nonmetal. Mineral oil contains only carbon and hydrogen—both nonmetals. Mineral oil, therefore, doesn't qualify as an ionic compound. Chemists classify mineral... Read More »

Is tap water ionic?

Water is a universal solvent, so whenever any chemical compound containing ionic bonds mixes with water, the water turns ionic. Calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium and iron are present in high co... Read More »