Bad hair day? Not when you have good conditioner.

3:25:00 PM

Okay so I have strange hair, which I'm sure almost everyone has said that time and time again. But seriously, I wake up in the morning to a poof ball of damaged, frizzing out of control craziness. I don't know if it's because I straighten my hair often and it just can't handle it like it used to, but it's been getting on my last nerve recently.


When your hair is damaged and won't stay in one place when you spend over an hour trying to make it stay, then something needs to be done. I used to spend $30 on a tub of this amazing conditioning balm by Biolage but recently I just haven't been in the mood to spend that much every couple of weeks. So, what to do?






Well, my friend Jennie told me about this new conditioner that is sulfate-free from L'Oreal that she has been using that was making her hair do wonderful things. She said it was only about $7 so I thought I would try it out. I'm always the one to say that you get what you pay for, so if something is cheap, it usually means that's the type of quality you're going to get. Not the case with this stuff. I bought a tube of the mint repair sulfate-free conditioner and my goodness does it work. It not only smells amazing, but it leaves my hair feeling really silky and it just feels like its getting the R and R it needs.


When you're a high-stress person like I tend to become whenever I have a thousand things going on, a little aroma therapy does wonders. I use it before I go to sleep and this conditioner really helps me relax after a long day, plus it makes my hair smell fantastic. I say, while the Biolage is great and I will get a pot of it every other month, this mint L'Oreal conditioner works just as well for the in between times.

Why is sulfate-free better for your hair? Well, for most people who haven't taken a chemistry class, you wouldn't know that when sulfate which codes (SO4) hooks up with  water (H2O). Oxygens pair up and something a lot like an acid is created from their meeting. This means that your hair is getting eaten away slowly. That's a lot of the time, why there are so many suds going on in it. Think smart and switch over to something that will nourish your hair, not damage it.

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