Treating your hair

Image - Janko Williams

Image - Janko Williams

It's easy to become a bit too relaxed about looking after your hair during the summer months, especially after all the nice long days of summer sun, which unfortunately can seriously dry out your locks. As we're already half way through summer, it's the perfect time to treat your hair with deep conditioning and special oils to avoid any extra stress on your hair from the remaining sunny days. We've listed our top treatment products which will have you hair feeling refreshed and replenished in no time. 

top treatment shampoos

Bumble and Bumble's 'For the (truly) damaged' shampoo, is priced at £24.00 and has been proven to treat damaged hair without stripping the colour. This is a product is ideal if you and your hair have spent this summer in the sun.

Aveda from House of Fraser is a damage remedy shampoo which is used to strengthen and repair hair from the inside out with the shampoo including quinoa protein. Priced at £70.00, this product is definitely worth splashing your cash on, as the results are amazing.

Look Fantastic has a massive range of damage repair products but the Christophe Robin Shampoo is one to bag. Priced at £30.00, the regenerating shampoo includes pear oil which deeply nourishes strands from root to tip. 

top hair masks

The L'Occitane repairing mask, priced at £26.00 from John Lewis has a complex of five essential oils (artemisia, sweet orange, mint, pine and rosemary) to repair damaged hair. This high quality product is perfect for dry hair problems.

This Macadamia natural oil repair mask is suitable for restoring damaged hair. By just using 1-2 times a week, you will notice a difference in the quality of your hair. You find this miracle product for £28.95 at Boots.

Priced at only £12.99 from Very this is a bargain that will help repair and restore your damaged hair. The argan oil mask which includes milk protein and keratin will leave your hair with an intense glossy finish plus added volume. 

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