3 products that will strengthen your hair

If you have not been so kind to your hair lately, you may notice that it feels brittle and easily breaks off. Dealing with hair that is fried and fragile can definitely be annoying, I know. It is difficult to style and lacks shine and body. Luckily, there are certain products out there that will restore the protein in your hair and make it stronger. Here are three of them.

Clear Total Care Nourishing Shampoo

This shampoo is a fairly new product and is great for those who suffer from damaged hair. Clear Total Care Nourishing Shampoo starts feeding your hair at the scalp and contains Nutrium 10, which is an advanced moisture complex of vitamins and nutrients. It is possible to notice results after just a week of using this shampoo. Just work it into your scalp with your fingers and let it penetrate your hair for a couple of minutes.

Redken Extreme Cat Protein Treatment

If your hair is breaking off from frequent heat styling or chemical treatments, you need to use a good protein treatment on your hair. I really like Redken Extreme Cat Protein Treatment because it replenishes the protein in your hair, making it stronger and less prone to breakage. After you get done shampooing your hair, apply the treatment all over your hair and leave it on for five minutes. Then, wash it out and condition your hair. Do not use this treatment more than once a week because too much protein is bad for your hair.

Redken Extreme Anti Snap Leave-in Treatment

Redken Extreme Anti Snap Leave-in Treatment is another great product to use on damaged and fragile hair. After you have shampooed and conditioned your hair, apply the treatment to your hair. Using this treatment on your hair every day will strengthen it and prevent it from breaking off as easily.

If you want your hair to look and feel stronger, you should consider investing in all three of these products.

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