The One Product You Need To Survive Holiday Hair Fatigue
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Are you already knee-deep in a calendar full of holiday commitments? We. Feel. You. And just think – there are still over 2 weeks left in December – ah! But as always, we’re here to make things just a easier for you, which is why we want to let you in on a little secret; all that straightening/curling/blow drying is wreaking major havoc on your hair. The solution? Christophe Robin’s Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt. You’re welcome.
WHO IS CHRISTOPHE ROBIN?
Christophe Robin is an iconic French celebrity stylist and the owner of the most chic Parisian salon ever. If you want to know more about him and why you should trust his years of expertise, read his full Mane Master Interview here.
WHY THIS PRODUCT?
The best way to explain this product – and you will agree when you go to use it – is that it’s like a body scrub for your hair and scalp. It’s enriched with sea salt to cleanse and soothe sensitive or oily scalps while delivering essential hydration by way of sweet almond oil. In short, it’s a shampoo that kicks product buildup’s ass and acts as a hair detox treatment. The sea salt is a natural exfoliant which eliminates impurities and supports proper blood circulation to your strands which promote growth and volume. After using this, it’ll be like you hit reset on your hair and it will bounce, glow and shine a little brighter.
To use it, apply the equivalent of one tablespoon on wet hair and massage into your whole scalp. Then, add some water and lather, paying particular attention to the nape of the neck. Rinse thoroughly.
PLAYS WELL WITH
Although this product has serious moisturizing properties, your hair will feel brand-new if you feed your strands with more hydration after you rinse it away. A hair oil or treatment masque will work great, but I like Klorane’s Leave In Cream which I apply to my damp hair. It gets me out the door fast and doesn’t look greasy at all.