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Reversing hair damage with a nourishing mask

by timetospa October 18, 2011
Reversing hair damage with a nourishing mask

In an effort to achieve a stylish mane, many women inadvertently overprocess their hair, resulting in damage that leaves their strands thin, coarse and lifeless. Regularly applying extreme heat from blow dryers and flat irons, as well as using chemicals like perms, relaxers and coloring products, can often do more harm than good.

If you are trying to resuscitate withering locks, you may be looking for miraculous hair products or trying to find a hair salon that specializes in saving damaged hair. Even if you do find a great beautician, you'll need to learn how to maintain your hair at home in between visits to a professional.

Start by purchasing high-quality products. It is best to stick with the same brand for all of your hair care needs, so find a shampoo, conditioner and moisturizer from one company. When dealing with damaged hair, its beneficial to add extra steps to your routine. Incorporate a hair mask, like the Phytokarit Ultra Nourishing Mask, which blends natural ingredients stocked full of fatty acids, including plant butters and oils, in order to leave the hair silky smooth.  

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