The Secret to Getting Salon-Gorgeous Hair (at Home!)
Nothing beats the look of your hair after a salon visit—it’s shiny, bouncy and full of life. Now, there’s a way to capture the same beautiful look at home. For centuries, women have had identical results with the help of a secret ingredient— oil. And there’s a reason: It works!
Hair oils are naturally rich in essential fatty acids, which help repair and rejuvenate strands and skin cells. And incredibly, oils have the unique ability to both cleanse and condition by breaking down dirt and residue while also deeply penetrating the hair fiber to nourish the cuticle.
A common myth is that oily scalps will become greasy if treated with hair oil. When supplied in a light and quick-absorbing formulation, fine oil can actually help balance an oily scalp so that it produces less sebum. Over-washing and using abrasive cleansers in an effort to get rid of oils can strip the scalp of moisture, causing it to react by over-producing the very grease that you may be trying to take away.
Not unlike dating, the key is to find your perfect oil match. L’Oréal Paris OleoTherapy Sulfate-Free System contains a blend of six flower oils that are not only shown to dramatically restore strands, but also indulge your senses with calming aromatherapy. Argan oil, chamomile oil, gardenia oil, lotus oil, rose oil and flaxseed oil all merge together to intensively treat hair in a light blend that won’t weigh strands down. And the sulfate-free formula offers extra gentle cleansing.
The healing benefits are endless, and you may even find that other areas—like your hands—feel softer after using them to apply products to your hair. Botanical oils are truly one of Mother Nature’s best beauty secrets, and with L’Oréal Paris OleoTherapy Sulfate-Free System, you can experience the rejuvenation right in your own bathroom.
For more information, visit L'Oreal's website.
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