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Dry Mane? Kerastase to the Rescue!

August 28, 2009

The product developers at Kerastase have been busy bees of late.  They have introduced a shmorgusborg of treatments and products to help make our tresses more fabulous. We have talked about the in-salon treatments, now let’s chat about the goodies you can take home and try all by yourself.

We begin with Nectar Thermique. If you are a user of hot styling tools, this product is a must-have. It’s a leave-in treatment that protects your hair from the stress of your curling iron, flat iron and hair dryer. With Royal Jelly extracts, lipids and proteins soften hair while adding shine from scalp to ends and the Gluco-Seek complex coats the hair shaft to protect from heat damage.

For thick, dry, unruly hair, Oleo Relax Slim is a volume control cream styler for application to wet hair. Apricot oil provides shine and nourishment, camelina oil, an Omega 3, richly softens the hair and pracaxi oil provides a hydraphobic barrier that stops the hair fibre from swelling and regaining excessive volume. Add to these some ceramides to restore and strengthen the hair fibre and one can see that Kerastace has created a go-to product for unmanageable hair.

Finally, another product to help tame those hard-to-manage tresses is the Oleo Relax Slim Masque. Using the same ingredients as the cream styler, the masque is a do-it-yourself treatment. Shampoo, apply to the length and ends for 10 to 15 minutes, lather and rinse. It provides the same smoothing, shining and nourishing benefits of the styler with protection from frizz for 24 hours.

Need a hand figuring out which of these new products are right for you? Well, they are all available in-salon and we would be more than happy to help you pick the ideal product to get the hair or your dreams.

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