These are the hair treatments that will save damaged tresses
Lux Botanifique Balance Pure Mask, S$18.90 from Watsons
With Singapore’s hot and humid weather, you would be hard pressed to find someone who isn’t stricken with frizzy hair. This mask from Lux Botanifique uses a blend of herbal extracts including orchid, eucalyptus and green tea to tame unruly hair.
Ryo Hair Loss Treatment, S$12.90 from Watsons
Employing Korean herbal wisdom, this Ryo treatment uses ginseng, red ginseng and houttuynia cordata extracts to combat hair loss. The mask is also said to cool and moisturise the scalp too, which is especially relaxing after a long hot day.
Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask, S$49 from Sephora
The name says it all. This Briogeo hair mask has a cult following, thanks to its efficacy at replenishing hydration and shine. It does so through its proprietary NOVA Complex that delivers a blend of B-vitamins, rosehip and argan oils, collagen and algae extract. The mask doesn’t contain silicones, sulfates and parabens.
Aesop Rose Hair & Scalp Moisturising Masque, S$47
This Aesop treatment is created for both the scalp and hair. As such, apply a generous amount throughout and let the blend of sweet almond, soybean, grapefruit seed, lavender and carrot oils nourish your hair from root to tip.
Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector, S$44 from Sephora
Olaplex uses a patented technology to repair broken disulfide bonds in colour-treated, damaged hair to reduce breakage and restore hair health. So if you’re suffering from brittle hair as a result of bleaching and other processes, give Olaplex a shot.