Best Mask for Dry Hair: Goldwell Kerasilk Reconstruct Intensive Repair Mask
$60 for 200ml
Frequent chemical processing, colouring and use of high-heat styling tools like hot irons can cause hair to become stressed and prone to dryness and frizziness. This is due to the damage of hair cuticles, which are made of a protein named keratin. Once damaged, chemicals and water enter the hair’s cortex— the core of the hair’s structure—and weaken it. As a result, hair develops split ends and a rough, dry texture.
Enter Goldwell’s new Kerasilk Reconstruct range, which contains repairing keratin and hydrating HyaloveilTM (a unique complex of hyaluronic acid) to not only repair damaged hair from the inside out, but also keep it smooth and deeply nourished.
Just like how a face mask helps resuscitate dehydrated skin, a hair mask such as the Kerasilk Reconstruct Intensive Repair Mask revives severely dry or damaged hair. It helps seal the cuticles and protect hair from recurring dryness and damage. Apply a layer of the mask after thoroughly cleansing hair with Kerasilk Reconstruct Shampoo and prepping it with Kerasilk Reconstruct Conditioner. Look forward to lustrous, soft and healthy-looking tresses, all day and every day.
Kerasilk Reconstruct Intensive Repair Mask is sold exclusively at salons. For stockist information, call Goldwell hotline at 6681 4748.
Goldwell Kerasilk Reconstruct Shampoo
$40 for 250ml
Using a harsh shampoo can strip hair of precious moisture and nutrients. This rich, repairing shampoo gently cleanses while infusing each frazzled strand with deep nourishment.
Goldwell Kerasilk Reconstruct Conditioner
$44 for 200ml
For those with stressed or damaged hair, treat yourself to some well-deserved pampering that won’t weigh hair down. This lightweight, yet power-packed, repairing conditioner softens, smoothens and revitalises stressed hair while leaving it silky and supple.
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