Hair waters explained: Do they actually work?

A lightweight product that will make your hair shine on

Lightweight conditioners might have arrived here to stay -forget about heavy, greasy hair, welcome shiny, light hair!

Until I actually tried hair water, I thought it was some kind of internet hoax -but now that I've had the chance to give it a try, I can see why all the fuss over it.

Lamelles have a positive charge that attracts negative charges in damaged hair.

How do they work?

It works with a technology similar to micellar water technology, it is called: lamellar technology. Micellar water uses tiny oil bubbles to trap dirt and remove it, and lamellar technology deposits nourishing ingredients -proteins and amino acids- into the hair strand, more specifically, hair cuticle where there is damage. Lamelles have a positive charge that attracts negative charges in damaged hair and it actually avoids product build-up in your hair -making your mane look nourished, yet light. 

It works with a technology similar to micellar water technology, it is called: lamellar technology.

Why are they better?

They are better than cream conditioners because they can penetrate deeper into the hair strand and they are silicon-free! They work wonders for curly hair, straight hair, in fact, for all types of hair. You can use it as a normal conditioner as many times as you want.

 

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Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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