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Damaged Hair No More

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Greetings Grayce here!

Damaged hair no more a great at home beauty routine. I must share with you 2 fabulous products from L’Oreal

Absolute Repair Cellular with Lactic Acid is a line of hair care designed to treat damaged hairloreal hair

Absolute Repair Cellular Hair Masque with Lactic Acid

When your hair need some special TLC.

This is one of my favorite winter hair remedies especially for damaged or dry hair. Which can be caused by many processes, hair color, highlights, blow drying, flat irons or curling irons, sprays, gels or mousse.

Is a restorative masque so easy to apply use after shampooing then towel dry your hair apply masque all over leave it on for a few minutes then rinse.

Your hair will have a wonderful sheen, look healthier I use this twice a week. This intensive treatment is a cocktail of ingredients specifically designed to repair damaged hair your hair will be revitalized. The lactic acid helps rebuild the hair structure from inside the cell core great at home beauty routine. Leaving your hair silky and soft a real treat for your hair.

LOreal ShampooI would recommend using this with

 Absolute Repair Cellular Repairing Shampoo with Lactic Acid

Gentle cleanser for chemically treated or damaged hair. It helps restructure and protect the hair shaft. Your hair will be transformed without a heavy build up to weight it down. Will leave it with a shiny finish in conjunction with the hair masque. Another treat for your hair!!

www.lorealprofessionnel.com

 

enjoy the journey!

 

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Hi Jamie, so glad you asked... I found my forehead and eye areas to be a lot smoother and brighter. Peptides as well as hyaluronic acid combined with anti oxidants ingredients all help to improve the skins tone and overall appearance. These patches are a unique Micro-Current delivery system. hope that helps

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