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Deep Conditioning Treatment for the Holidays

Deep Conditioning Treatment


A Deep Conditioning Treatment For the Holidays

Why not give yourself a little something special for the holidays?

It’s easy to forget how good it feels to get pampered, especially this time of year. But with all the parties and festive events going on, now is the best time to indulge yourself.

Consider getting a deep conditioning treatment done in a hair salon. You’ll love it! Of course, you can do a deep conditioning treatment at home, but it won’t be the same.

Most hair salons will do a deep conditioning treatment for $20.00 to $25.00. Most often it is put on your hair, you sit under a hair dryer for 15 to 20 minutes, to open the cuticle for better absorb-ability, and then the product is rinsed out. There are lots of deep conditioning treatment products out there that will work, go to a reputable hair salon and they will do it up right.

Recently, a friend of mine did this at a beauty school. Her hair never looked so good, and, it only cost $21.00. Deep Conditioning TreatmentThey used a Crede MottoBene Clay Esthe Pack Scalp Treatment which is a deep conditioning treatment specially formulated to hold in hair color and boost shine in your hair.

A couple affordable recommendations:

  • Kenra: Intensive Emmollients
  • Sebastion: Laminates Mask $19.00
  • Ion: Effective Care Treatment $8.99

I was reminded of just how great they can be after reading a post by fellow blogger at I am fashion, check it out the entire article and see what it’s done for her.

  

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2 Comments »

  1. And its only $2!!

    Comment by Ria — January 2, 2007 @ 5:48 pm

  2. Henna and Placenta is a good one too!

    Comment by Ria — January 2, 2007 @ 5:47 pm

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