Hair Damaged? Try These 6 Restorative Hair Products 

Hair Damaged?

Try These 6 Restorative Hair Products 

Trying new colors and exploring fun hair styles is exciting, but can leave hair dry, parched and dull. Even more, continuous treatment to hair without proper repair can leave your strands extremely damaged causing cracks in its cuticle for further breakage. If your hair isn’t up to par, don’t get too distressed, there is hope. Consistent and proper hair care and treatment can revive your crown back to its original shiny and smooth texture. Here are some all natural products to help reverse and treat damaged hair from the inside out. 

Carmella Marie B3 Natural Hair Cream
Say, “Bye-Bye,” to split ends, excessive shedding and thirsty curls when you apply Carmella Marie’s B3 Hair Cream formula. Handcrafted with sweet-smelling and natural ingredients, such as Cocoa butter and Avocado oil, this product goes to work to provide intense repair to reveal longer, healthier hair. 

Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Moisture & Shine Hair Smoothie
That unicorn colored style was absolutely gorgeous, but may have resulted in some chemical damage to your beautiful hair. If that is the case, try implementing Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Moisture & Shine Smoothie to your hair routine. Infused with ingredients like Sweet Clover extract, Cocoa and Aloe Leaf juice, it deeply penetrates hair to add moisture, shine and manageability. Developed to quickly absorb into hair’s strands, you’ll see a noticeable difference in minutes. 

Bloom Elements Shampoo and Conditioner
Bloom Elements Growth and Restorative salon-quality shampoo and conditioner are a powerful duo to enliven damaged hair.  This treatment promotes hair rejuvenation with ingredients like Hibiscus and Vanilla cactus that soothe the scalp while protecting hair’s barrier from future damage. The weightless formula can be used on all hair types. 

Moroccan Oil Restore Hair Restorative Hair Mask
They say blonds have more fun, but if you’ve gone from dark to light, you may have experienced the consequences of bleach on hair. The process can leave hair fragile and cause major damage to its structure. To combat dry, brittle weak and unruly, it may be time to consider a restorative hair mask to help treat those strands. To help strengthen your hair, Moroccan Oil’s Restorative Hair Mask repairs strand by infusing them with a creamy and protein-rich treatment to rebuild hair follicles while restoring its natural elasticity. 

Prose Shampoo
Just like every snowflake is unique, so is your hair. Prose understands that and, in turn, has created a shampoo that can treat and restore hair damage specific to your needs. Their customized gentle and sulfate-free shampoo is created based off of your needs and works to hydrate, cleanse and repair hait to its natural luster.  

Camille Rose Buriti Nectar Repair Cholesterol Treatment
We’re all about breaking necks and turning heads with a beautiful blow out, but be mindful of heat damage by protecting your hair. Known for their all natural ingredients, Camille Rose’s Buriti Nectar Repair Cholesterol Treatment is a revamped twist on the traditional cholesterol treatment to help repair even the most damaged strands from heat. Packed with Omega 3,6, and 9—this hair care treatment is infused with ancient Buritti oil to help revive dry, shed-prone, damaged and lifeless from root to tip. 

Hair is delicate and should be treated as such, however we get it sometimes a girl just wants to have fun! If hair damage is now a reality for you, unfortunately once the damage is done, it’s done, but that doesn’t mean you can’t repair and move forward. In addition to lessening damaging habits like excessive heat, damaging styles, and over processed chemicals—be sure to keep your salon stylist abreast on your hair growth goals as well for professional guidance. 

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