Ionic Hair Dryer Vs. Non-Ionic Hair Dryer


Certain electrical gadgets have of late become the inseparable part of our day to day routine and hair dryers is one such gadget. With varying need of these hair dryers, different types of these machines have been introduced to the market. The added technological know how has helped in this process.

The article below highlights two most common types of hair dryers that are, ionic hair dryer and non-ionic hair dryers. Also, based on the fact that every thing on this earth has its flip side as well, the article compares the two types of hair dryers.

To start with the non-ionic hair dryers, this is old and conventional work by simply heating air. Ionic hair dryers combine warmed air with negatively charged ions that are intended to shrink water molecules on the hair and lock in moisture.

As per the manufacturers, ionic hair dryers speed up hair drying as compared to the non ionic ones. On the other hand, Good Housekeeping Institute mentioned in their study that both have equal drying time.

Ionic hair dryer makers also claim to their dryers will boost shine because they use less heat and cause less damage. Most reviewers, including the Good Housekeeping Institute, agree that ionic hair dryers do boost shine more than the non-ionic models do. Well, this is not the case with the non-ionic. These leave the hair damaged and frizzy.

Not only have the manufacturers, even the users said that ionic hair dryers help smooth-en their hair making them more resistant to breakage. Non ionic dryers are far different from these.

Hair dryers come in a wide range of prices. Generally, ionic dryers are more expensive than non-ionic ones. “Good Housekeeping Magazine” compared several models and found that although some were as expensive as $300; its favorites were in the $20 to $25 range.

With a huge list of differences between the two types of hair dryers they also possess one thing in common. One should use either of the models very cautiously near water. Make sure, while using the dryers, the electrical cord should not come in contact with water.

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