Give your hair back its healthy shine with Dr. Miracle’s new Restorative Pack
Jun 19th 2012, 11:49
In our quest to look as good as possible, our hair often takes a serious beating. Tight styles, heat damage, chemical processing and other environmental factors or styling methods can cause unintentional physical harm to hair, leaving it in a rather poor condition.
Restore the health of your locks with the new Restorative Pack (R44.99) from Dr. Miracle’s. Containing an Argan Hot Oil Treatment, Coconut Milk Leave-In Conditioner and an Acai Thermal Protection Styler, this three-in-one mini ‘hair miracle’ restorative treatment pack provides both protein and moisture, just the thing to revitalise tired, dry and damaged hair.
Designed to restore hair back to health by strengthening it, the treatment pack includes three new formulas that are vital to the health and protection of your hair from extreme weather conditions. Each product in the treatment pack contains natural ingredients, oils, key nutrients, vitamins and proteins.
Argan Hot Oil Treatment: The protein-rich Argan Oil, a natural shine enhancer from Morocco that is also known as ‘liquid gold’, is a weightless, nourishing oil rich in antioxidants that instantly softens hair and prevents split ends. Unlike other oils, Argan Oil does not clog pores and makes it an ideal scalp treatment.
Coconut Milk Leave-In Conditioner: Coconut Milk serves as a natural moisturiser, leaving it frizz-free and radiantly shiny.
Acai Thermal Protection Styler: Acai berries from Brazil’s Amazon region contain robus antioxidants that leave hair soft, shiny and hydrated. The Thermal Protection Complex shields hair’s natural lipids, protecting against damage from styling tools while reducing frizz. Vitamin E further enhances shine to dull, heat-processed hair.
The Dr. Miracle’s range of hair care products is distributed by Style Studio and is available in selected Clicks stores and other leading hair and beauty retail outlets.
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