Repairing damaged, overstyled hair

       
October 26th, 2011 | Contributed by:

Repairing damaged, overstyled hairAlmost every woman has been guilty of applying too much heat on her hair from time to time. Those with natural curls may decide to go with the straight look for an extended period of time, while those with finer locks may want to add more volume with a few bouncy waves. These transformations require a regimen defined by heat – featuring blow dryers, curling irons and flat irons. 

All of this heat can damage the hair, leaving it dry and lifeless. To revitalize overworked strands, ladies should look for hair care products stocked full of moisturizing nutrients. Start off using the Dermalogica Shine Therapy Shampoo, which relies on natural ingredients like lavender extract and rosemary oil to restore shine and body to hair. Beta hydroxy citric acid starts the renewal process directly at the scalp and can reduce dandruff.

Finish off your hair routine with the L'Occitane Milk (Shea Butter) Ultra Rich Conditioner. This formula not only repairs damage but adds a layer of protection from any future heat treatments as well as environmental factors, such as the sun and the cold. The active ingredients detangle thick locks while coating capillary fibers. 

       

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