06 Jun Kerastase Resistance Masque Therapiste
Hair masques are an incredibly important part of your hair care regime, however, they’re often overlooked. A hair masque works to deeply restore the hair, helping to keep it looking healthy, shiny and full of life. The Kérastase Resistance Therapiste Masque has been formulated for damaged, over-processed hair when used alongside the Resistance Shampoo and Conditioner, it can restore and repair the hair.
Kérastase Resistance Therapiste Masque
The Kérastase Resistance Therapiste Masque has been specifically formulated for dry, damaged and over-processed hair. The lightweight mask boasts an expert formula which works to revitalise each and every hair strand, lock in moisture and promote strong, healthy hair.
The butter-textured hair mask is enriched with Kérastase’s breakthrough FIBRA-KAP™ and Séve De Résurrection technology to expertly revive the hair.
The FIBRA-KAP™ technology boasts a blend of 6 amino acids which work to restore the integrity of the hair strand.
Additionally, the Séve De Résurrection or ‘resurrection sap’ works to bring dull, lackluster hair back to life. This innovative plant extract infuses the hair with moisture while improving the hair’s vitality.
These two breakthrough technologies work together to restore protein to each individual hair fibre while infusing it with moisture for truly strong and healthy hair.
How Often Should I Use A Hair Masque?
You might think that restoring your damaged hair might mean that you have to add hours to your hair care routine, however, this simply isn’t the case. Simply apply the hair masque to the lengths and ends of washed, towel-dried hair and leave it to work its magic for 5-10 minutes.
When added to your hair care regime just once per week, you’ll notice your hair is feeling beautifully soft, nourished and full of life.
If you’d like any further assistance with the range of Kérastase products at Skye Norman, do not hesitate to contact us or pay us a visit at our Chelsea store:
Skye Norman Hair & Beauty
55 Old Church Street