Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Reparative Keratin Leave-In Treatment by gloEssentials

gloEssentials Reparative Keratin Leave-In Treatment

gloEssentials Reparative Keratin Leave-In Treatment infuses protein that penetrates deep into the cortex of hair to fortify and rebuild.

A hair protein derived from non-animal sources, Hydrolyzed Keratin adds strength and resilience to hair while balancing its hydration level. It repairs and strengthens the fiber integrity while sealing the cuticle.

Keratin Amino Acids help replenish lost (keratin) proteins due to aging, chemical or styling stress. It adds strength, manageability and smoothness to the fiber of hair.

Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract is derived from a robust plant, which thrives in harsh conditions such as cold, wind, drought, reduced oxygen and intense radiation exposure. The extracts from this plant are known to provide exceptional healing and protective properties against environmental aggressors in hair and skin care products.

This multi-functional conditioning treatment detangles, de-frizzes and adds shine for a smooth, silky finish.

On clean, towel-dried hair, apply gloEssentials Reparative Keratin Leave-In Treatment, focusing on the ends. Do not rinse out and style hair as desired.

5.0 fl. oz. / 150 mL size is Price: $38.00

Glo offers award-winning cosmetics with mineral formulations that nurture, protect and heal the skin while providing flawless coverage and fabulous color palettes. Glo’s skincare products are advanced formulations that work systematically to support skin health and treat skin concerns. Their full range of cleansers, toners, moisturizers, serums and specialty treatment formulations are based on established research and cutting-edge science. Glo hair care collection upholds the same integrity of ingredients and performance as their makeup and skin care collections. All three of our lines are uniquely formulated for skin care and beauty professionals and their clients.


Disclosure: No compensation was offered or taken in exchange for this feature article. I have no affiliation to any of these brands mentioned.

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