2016年7月18日 Update

Using Conditioner Before Shampoo Will Improve Your Damaged Hair

Some people already know the beauty hack, using conditioner before shampoo. Now, it is the thing. There are products for this routine, too.

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Do you know that conditioner before shampoo has a lot of benefits?

 (2011)

According to Butterfly Studio Salon Master Stylist, Nicole Descoteaux, these pre-shampoo treatments can be conditioners that are heavier than your average daily conditioner and give “deeper nourishment.”
 (2014)

If you have fine hair, you probably use less conditioner (or none at all) and almost never put it on your roots—a recipe for flat hair. But you are often left with stiff, dry hair (the lesser of two evils). And for those with coarse hair, you might condition or co-wash more often than shampoo, since washing often can dry out your hair.

There are products for this conditioner before shampoo routine

 (2017)

It doesn't have to be special products. You can just switch the order to use your favorite shampoo and conditioner. However, you can also try the conditioners that are made to be used before shampoo, such as co-wash or pre-shampoo products. Some companies make a set of hair care products using this method.

Kerastase Resistance Therapiste Collection

 (2020)

Restore years of damage from long-term hair coloring or other demanding chemical processes, featuring breakthrough technology that gives damaged hair a second life. This regimen is perfect for anyone with over-processed, brittle, and severely damaged hair who wants to regain strength, renew and reconstruct their hair.

How to use

Step 1: SOIN PREMIER THÉRAP...

Step 1: SOIN PREMIER THÉRAPISTE

1ST Reverse Care Conditioner to repair very damaged, over-processed hair

Before cleansing, using a quarter-sized amount, massage into wet hair from lengths to ends. Rinse. Can be used after shampoo.
Step 2: BAIN THÉRAPISTE

Step 2: BAIN THÉRAPISTE

1st Renewal Shampoo with Extra-Creamy Texture to repair very damaged, over-processed hair

Using a quarter-sized amount, massage into wet hair and scalp. Rinse.
Step 3: MASQUE THÉRAPISTE

Step 3: MASQUE THÉRAPISTE

1st Repairing 'Bandage' Masque with thick, creamy texture to repair very damaged, over-processed thick hair

-Apply a quarter-size amount to wet hair (mid-lengths and ends)
-Massage through. Leave on for 5-10 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
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