Dry, summer hair? Try this hair mask

This summer here in Ontario has been a scorcher. Excessively high temperatures with an insignificant amount of rain has caused a lot of vegetation to dry up and unfortunately die, and the suns rays seem to be getting hotter and hotter every year.

We’re aware of the damage that can occur to our skin as a result of the suns rays, but I’m not sure how many of us are aware of the damage it can do to our hair, too. The sun can wreak absolute havoc on our hair, which is something myself and a lot of others have unfortunately noticed this summer, and if the ends of your hair are looking more and more like straw, trust me, you’re not alone.

While we can’t really do much to soften the severity of the suns rays, we can treat our hair accordingly. And, thanks to Shea Moisture’s Manuka Honey and Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein Power Treatment with Mafura and Baobab Oils​ (I know, quite a mouthful), providing some moisture and nourishment to our locks has never been easier.

My mom picked this hair mask up from Shoppers Drugmart at the recommendation of the cosmetician working, and I for one am very happy she did. I tried it out of curiosity and I can say with utmost honesty that I have yet to come across a hair treatment product that allows my hair to look and feel as healthy and hydrated as this one does. The product itself is quite thick and a little goes a long way, and after leaving the mask in my hair for 15 minutes, it was as though I had a professional treatment done to my hair at a salon.

The only thing to keep in mind with this stuff is to make sure you thoroughly rinse it from your hair after using it as it is quite thick, but overall, I can not recommend this product enough.

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