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The sunshine, the pool, the sea… Some of the very best things about summer also happen to be the most damaging for your hair. Don’t panic! Thanks to all the products offered at Jean Coutu, having a shiny, healthy and manageable mane is easier than ever. Dive in!
The pleasure of going out without wearing a hat has a downside, especially in the city! Dust, micro-particles and exhaust gases get deposited on our hair, making it dull, dry or, sometimes, greasy faster. To clear your hair of these polluting deposits, make sure you brush it every night and don’t wash it too often. Does that seem counterintuitive? In fact, if you wash your hair too often, it becomes more vulnerable to aggression – and therefore to pollution! Generally, washing your hair three times a week is enough. Make sure you use products that are right for your hair type or condition. If it’s dry, use a moisturizing conditioner or a nourishing mask. For oily hair, choose a sebo-corrective treatment, and a purifying formula to revitalize dull hair.
Purity and vitality, frequent use, normal to oily hair.
For men and women of all ages who want to purify their scalp and delay the development of oily hair.
Visibly reduces oily hair appearance. For healthy and light hair.
Has too much sun made your hair rough and brittle? Give it a fresh look with a nourishing treatment! To find the ideal formula, look for ingredients that are rich in lipids such as argan, coconut or jojoba oil, cocoa, avocado and seaweed. Use a moisturizing shampoo and a good conditioner, which you can then top off with a mask or a repair cream for your ends. (If you have fine hair, avoid using masks or repair creams more than once or twice a week: you want to nourish your hair, not weigh it down!) A UV protection factor, which will prevent further damage, is also important.
Maybe you’ve bleached your hair before applying a hair dye? Did you overdo it with a hot iron to make beach waves? You can rescue your tired hair by using repair active ingredients: give it a dose of keratin or biotin to restore its strength, and get the benefit of the protective properties of oat milk, collagen or ceramides. If your use a heating device, add a thermoprotective spray to your routine: a few sprays, and the hair fibers will acquire a protective shield against high temperatures.
Dry shampoo is the revitalizing product we’ll all need at one time or another during the hot months. Just a few sprays will work miracles to revive the most tired hair. The secret of dry shampoo? It absorbs excess sebum. Just spray it on the roots and let it work for a few minutes while you’re massaging your scalp. Worried about white residue? A hairbrush or a hairdryer does the job! If you prefer, use a tinted or transparent formula.
2 Heats/speeds Cool shot Concentrator
Not convinced? Here are five reasons why you should be:
1. It cleans hair, resets hairstyles and extends the life of a blowout—in two minutes flat, with zero water required!
2. It absorbs excess oil while refreshing the scalp, an often-neglected part of the epidermis.
3. It nourishes strands weightlessly.
4. It boosts volume in even the most limp of locks.
5. Whether you’re taming bangs, boosting volume or creating grip for a stay-put updo, dry shampoo is the ultimate warm-weather ally. Take it everywhere you go, including your car, office and even the restaurant bathroom.
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