Hair waters explained: Do they actually work?

Hair waters explained: Do they actually work?

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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Will you give hair waters a try?

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Cathy Mason

Cathy has spent most of her professional life discovering homemade beauty remedies, old and new. Using her extensive knowledge of natural ingredients, Cathy will provide expert advice on how to tackle everyday skincare problems with straightforward natural lotions and potions. + info

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