30th Oct 2020
Innovations in haircare come formulated to target three specific issues: the scalp, damaged hair and pollution. Holly O’Neill tries the products that will renew your tresses.
Great hair starts at the root. Your scalp is just an extension of your face, and just like your face, it needs cleansing, exfoliating and nourishing too, to create the right foundation for great hair.
Kérastase Fusio Scrub, €49.90, comes in two formulas –a gel scrub for sensitive scalps and sea salt scrub for oily scalps. Both cleanse and exfoliate dead cells and impurities, leaving a balanced, soothed scalp and airy, shiny hair.
Elemis Frangipani Monoi Hair and Scalp Mask, €40, is a three-in-one treatment that can be used as a scalp cleanse, deep conditioner or overnight treatment for nourished hair and a revitalised scalp.
Section your wet hair and apply Living Proof Restore Dry Scalp Treatment, €30, directly to the scalp. It balances your scalp microbiome, soothes itchiness and flaking, and hydrates the scalp.
The Manta Hair Brush, €28, is as gentle as fingers through your hair and moulds to the shape of your scalp and hand to protect each strand with every stroke.
The Alfaparf Semi Di Lino Scalp Renew range strengthens, re-densifies and stimulates the scalp, and the Energizing Tonic, €14.90, rebalances the scalp to boost its optimum health.
Photography by IMAGE.
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