Helthcare & Wellness

Oct 1, 2016

PRODUCTS THAT REVITALIZE THE HAIR

There are several products on the market that have been developed precisely to revitalize all the strands of your hair. Your VIP Partner has selected the best. You can know them in this edition.

With the end of summer, the beauty care also turns to hair weakened by the sea, pools, and the Sun. For many, the return to the routine after the holidays means resorting to the help of professionals to care for, and recover the hair. Many people choose to cut their hair in this time of year, and to use products that ensure a deep hydration. Moreover, having a healthy hair is a synonymous of well-being. These suggestions presented here were created by the best laboratories in New York, Italy, and Paris.

Diamond Oil, Redken

Founded in the 1960's by Paula Kent, Redken is a brand that has revolutionized the industry of hair products. Based on the famed 5th Avenue in New York, Redken has developed a range of products for dull and damaged hair, including Diamond Oil. Composed by the complex Shine Strong, this range has coriander, camelina, and apricot oils. It is intended to enhance the softness, care, and treatment of the hair. Diamond Oil stands out for having Interlock Protein Network, that acts on the reconstruction of the protection of the cuticle, gives progressive care, and strengthens the capillary cortex.

The Diamond Oil line consists of several products. To wash and care for dull and damaged hair there is shampoo, conditioner, mask, and oil. You can also choose the High Shine products, that when used together (shampoo, conditioner, and spray) recover the shine of your hair.

MOMO, Davines

The brand Davines emerged in the 1990s, in Italy, after years researching and producing high quality hair products. The MOMO Shampoo is one of them, which also represents the range of sustainable beauty products that are marketed by the brand. This shampoo stands out for its creamy foam which, besides gently cleansing, allows for a deep hydration. It is made from natural ingredients, and its use can be complemented by the MOMO conditioner. This conditioner untangles the hair, moisturizing it in depth. To make your hair even more soft and shiny, there is also the MOMO Hair Potion.

Phytokeratine, Phyto

The history of the brand Phyto dates back to the 1950s, when Patrick Alès noticed in his salon in Paris, the increasing use of chemicals in haircare. Fascinated by nature, he studied plants and its benefits, and applied the acquired learning to his brand. Phytokeratine is one of the shampoos developed by Phyto. With a reparative effect, it is indicated for damaged and brittle hair. By washing gently while respecting the sensitivity of the hair, it promotes the reconstitution of the internal matter of the fibre. This shampoo enhances the strength, and makes the hair silky. This formula doesn't have silicone, colorants, parabens or sulphates. However, it includes vegetable keratin, hyaluronic acid, ceramides encapsulated in rice bran, and pomegranate extract. The use of the shampoo can also be complemented by the range Secret de Nuit which, during night-time, promotes a deep hydration. In turn, the Phytokeratine serum is indicated for repairing weakened ends, while the repairing Phytobaume is a conditioner that is applied after shampooing.

Shampooing Reviviscence, Leonor Greyl

The brand Leonor Greyl is a result of a meeting between the hairdresser Leonor and the engineer Jean-Marie in the late 1960's. On one hand, she was a beauty fanatic, and on the other, he loved botany. They joined their "passions", and the Leonor Greyl brand was born, a company in Paris which develops products that take care of the hair. The Shampooing Reviviscence promotes a deep repair of dehydrated, damaged, dyed, and brittle hair. This formula contains natural ingredients that combine extracts of amaranth and lavender to promote the lipid repair of the hair. To apply before washing, the oil L'Huile Leonor Greyl is available, which provides sun protection and is water resistant.

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