How to Choose Your Hair Treatment

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Hair treatments are often seen as a last-ditch effort to rescue frazzled, damaged hair.

But they’re not just for those in need of a serious hair intervention—using them as a part of your regular routine keeps your hair and scalp in great condition all year ‘round.

We’ve carefully crafted each of our hair treatments to help your hair look and feel its best, whatever that means to you. So, think about your dream hair, then let’s find your perfect match!

Hydrate and Nourish

Dreaming of hair that’s soft and sleek with no frizz or flyaways in sight? Look for these nourishing treatments filled with rich oils, butters and fruit.

When it comes to moisturizing hair, H’suan Wen Hua means business. With a rich blend of organic extra virgin olive oil, fresh free range eggs and avocado, this treatment leaves hair silky and smooth with a spicy herbal aroma.

If your hair is in need of some serious TLC, Damaged Hot Oil Treatment delivers. Almond oil, organic avocado oil and extra virgin olive oil nourish parched hair, leaving it shiny and smooth with a touch of fragrance from sweet vanilla.

Our frizz-tamer extraordinaire Jasmine And Henna Fluff Eaze works miracles on hair that’s out of sorts. Copious amounts of moisturizing oils like jojoba, almond, Brazil nut and coconut add shine and gloss–and the intoxicating jasmine perfume is a treat for your senses, too.

Blond Ambition

Looking to keep blond hair bright? Look no further than Marilyn Hot Oil Treatment, which will keep brassiness at bay day in, day out. Chamomile gently lightens and brightens hair, while organic lemon juice enhances shine for gloriously glossy locks. An added touch of luxurious saffron intensifies your color for a real Hollywood finish.

Scalp Care

Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, so look for these treatments to keep things in tip-top condition.

Roots is a tingly treat for the scalp. Filled with fresh mint infusion, peppermint oil and spearmint oil, it gives a refreshing feeling that simply can’t be beat. Honey, nettle absolute and extra virgin olive oil infuse shine and volume too, making this one especially fantastic for fine or thin hair.

If your scalp is feeling dry, itchy or irritated, Superbalm will swoop to the rescue. It contains salicylic acid (made from natural meadowsweet) which helps to break down dry skin, plus a hydrating and soothing blend of extra virgin coconut oil, lavender and chamomile to calm irritations.

Or maybe you’re looking to give your hair new life? If so, New Hot Oil Treatment is the one for you. Jojoba and olive oils hydrate hair, adding shine and strength, while nettle, rosemary and peppermint tone the scalp for a refreshing sensation. Bay, cinnamon leaf and clove bud oils complete the mix to give hair extra stimulation.

Hair Doctor Hot Oil Treatment is the perfect way to soothe unhappy scalps. Filled with cleansing fullers earth, cooling peppermint oil and calming chamomile blue oil, it will leave your scalp feeling better than ever. A combination of jojoba, almond and extra virgin coconut oils softens hair, while conditioning henna (don’t worry—it won’t color your hair!) and lanolin impart a gorgeous gloss.

Smooth and Style

These hardworking hair treatments improve the condition of your hair while helping you perfect your style.

Sometimes bigger is better, and if your hair needs volumizing, Yuge Hot Oil Treatment is the way to go. Sea salt is the major player here, adding texture and volume to hair that needs a lift. You’ll get a serious shine from jojoba oil, while guar gum conditions hair with a protective layer that never weighs it down.

Avocado butter, olive oil and coconut oil create the base of R&B, our fragrant jasmine hair moisturizer. While calming frizz and moisturizing locks, R&B also helps to define curls and keep hair soft and manageable.

Still not sure which hair treatment is right for you? Visit your local shop or call our customer care team at 1-888-733-5874 for expert advice and tips.

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