necessary hair therapy
Picking the right shampoo is just as important as conditioner. This silicone- and paraben-free formula is as rejuvenating as the hot springs-derived water it contains, purifying hair without depriving it of its natural oils.
The principle—simple as it may be—has saved our skin on many a long-haul airplane journey, and it is just as fitting for your hair. Consider this conditioner, made with a rich combination of French plum oil, sweet almond oil and white grape seed extract, essential hydration.
Long hair and knots are inextricably intertwined. Before you take comb to strand, spray this lightweight leave-in conditioner on damp hair to detangle and shield hair against breakage.
To counteract the unsightly and often uncomfortable effects of product buildup use this scalp mask and hair hydrating treatment in tandem once a week—slather Exfoliating Scalp Mask
directly onto the scalp to exfoliate, then coat the strands, focusing especially on the ends, with the moisturizing Elasticizer
. Cover the head with a shower cap and ruminate on gorgeous, hair-commercial hair for at least fifteen minutes before fully shampooing and conditioning the hair.
Styling is not a moment for hair to be stark naked. Before any heat styler—blowdryers included—casts its steamy veil, coat hair with a dab of this silky serum to protect (it offers the same protection from the sun’s rays) and render it shiny and smooth.
One whiff of this heavenly-scented oil—a mix of lychee, sandalwood, jasmine and bergamot, among others—is all the convincing you’ll require. Run a few drops of the conditioning formula through ends of dry hair to fight potential frizz or work it through the length of damp hair and let it air-dry naturally.
Of the big-ticket beauty purchases, a reliable brush ranks high. This elegant paddle design constructed with all-natural, heat-resistant boar bristles and lightweight wood, will serve your hair well daily.