I have some new hair launches you can find at your local drugstore to introduce you to today. First up with have the new Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Butter Rich Fortifying Shampoo and Conditioner. This is Garnier’s first sulfate free hair system. Yes! Formulated for very damaged, brittle hair the products offer a rich concentration of Coconut, Jojoba & Macadamia oils along with Natural Glycerin to deeply nourish and strengthen hair.
The L’Oreal Hair Expertise Nutri-Gloss Luminizer Shampoo and Conditioner ($9.99 CAD ea/750ml) is formulated to give hair 48 hours of sealed in shine. It features Glycogen Technology to exfoliate hair and remove impurities along with Glycolic and Silk Proteins condition and nourish hair for boosted light reflection. There is also a Glossy Mist ($5.99 CAD/385ml) top coat for hair available.
Have you seen at home DIY hair masks featuring egg yolks? Why egg yolks? Because eggs are an ingredient that maintain hair’s natural oils. Where typical shampoos and conditioners full of harsh chemicals strip those oils away, the Hair Recipes Egg & Cognac Shampoo and Egg Conditioner nourish hair with protein rich egg and cognac. The products are sulphate and paraben free to gently cleanse and revitalize dull, dry hair. Help repair coloured, damaged hair even further with the Hair Recipes Macademia Oil. You can find a variety of “Hair Recipes”, including Beer Shampoo, on the Hair Recipes website.
The Schwarzkopf Essence Ultîme Biotin+ Volume Collection is a line targeted at fine, limp hair to give healthy fullness from root to tip. Boost the volumizing effects of the Shampoo and Conditioner further with the Root Lift Spray.
TRESemmé is switching things up with the Expert Selection Beauty-Full Volume Collection that features a Pre-Wash Conditioner as Step 1. You then follow with Step 2 which is the Shampoo. Different huh! The system is meant to bouncy, touchable, voluminous hair. For added volume and softness you can follow up with the Hair Maximizer.
L’Oreal Hair Expertise Total Repair 5 ($9.99 CAD ea/750 ml) has been enhanced with a reparative ceramide, cicamide. It’s a healing complex that fills in micro-cracks in hair fibres to strengthen and repair hair over time. The Cica-Créme ($8.49 CAD) is a leave-in treatment that contains the highest concentration of cicamide in the line. It is said to transform damaged hair after 15 uses. Total Repair 5 is perfect for those who style with hot tools and experience issues with split ends and breakage.
Have you discovered any new shampoos and conditioners lately that you love? Have you tried any of these products yet?
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