Restore Regimen for Sun-Damaged Hair

Hola amigos!

Summer weather means I’ve been spending more time outside! I can’t complain about that but I have noticed that my hair is in desperate need of repair! The increased sun exposure in combination with the heat damage from styling and overwashing has left my hair so dry and frizzy! I’ve been rockin headbands like no other…my hair is neither straight nor curly its in the middle…where I still have the pleasure of experiencing massive wispies and frizz (it’s been deemed “wispy nation”).

On a side note – I know you’re not supposed to wash your hair everyday – but what if I work out almost everyday? What’s a girl to do with sweaty gym hair? Not wash it?

Anyway back to business…after reading countless reviews of different products I decided to try the restore recovery regimen by Living proof® (I just happen to be somewhat obsessed with this companies products)! I am not being paid to promote this brand in anyway – I genuinely love it! First of all it smells amazing and their products truly work. The restore recovery regimen is supposed to be a 4 week treatment – where the product info suggests that you use one little tube 1x per week.

But I decided I’d get the most bang for my buck (the kit is $38.00) by using a small quarterish-sized amount every time I washed my hair (instead of using the whole tube all at once, one day a week). I’m happy to say that my little method seems to be working, and one little tube lasted me almost 2 weeks (using it every time I washed my hair)! I’ve just started my second tube so I’ll wait on posting a before and after pic!

I also like that this product is free of:
– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Dyes
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

living-proof-recovery-reginmen
xo

Engrid

 

 

3 thoughts on “Restore Regimen for Sun-Damaged Hair

  1. Thank you so much for the tips, it’s very good, I’ll try that and I also use pro naturals moroccan argan oil which is helping me to repair my hair. 😀

    • Is the pro naturals Moroccan oil helping?? I also use Moroccan Oil Light but I ran out (those small bottles are pricey like $17 for 0.85 oz!) and infeelmlike it helped more with taming frizz than actually repairing my hair… but I’ll have to try the pro naturals brand! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

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