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Discover the treatment that best suits your hair


Dry or greasy, damaged or dyed ... All hair does not have the same needs and it all depends on its nature, your hair habits or the time of year. However, it is essential to know it well and take care of it depending on how its state evolves to preserve a beautiful material. Discover the care that best suits you!

Haircare for dry hair



What is the problem?

It is well known: if your hair is rough from the roots to the ends, it is because it needs continuous hydration.

The solution

To meet their needs, start your hair routine using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner and continue applying a regenerating mask. As a complement, use moisturizing care without rinsing in each strand just after washing (and in touch-ups during the day if necessary), to offer continuous hydration to your hair and protect it from external aggressions by preventing it from drying out even more.

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The extra trick

Avoid silicone formulas. It is true that with these types of products your hair will be softer on the surface, but it will not be deeply hydrated. Complete your routine with the Repair and Shine mask from the Oil Therapy range.

Haircare for oily hair



What is the problem?

The roots tend to take on an unaesthetic shiny appearance because the scalp produces too much sebum.

The solution

If you want the problem not to get worse, discard products that are too nutritious and formulas rich in silicone that, by overloading the fiber, please the retention of sebum at the roots and make the hair greasy too quickly. So, opt for shampoos and treatments with purifying, astringent and softening properties that clean deeply but gently.

The extra trick

Carrying out a hair scrub once a week is also a good idea to purify the roots. Of course, do not abuse them so as not to stimulate the sebaceous glands too much.

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Haircare for mixed hair



What is the problem?

The roots are greased and the rest of the hair looks dry as straw. In short, two opposite problems!

The solution

You need two specific products that work together to rebalance your hair. Bet on an astringent shampoo on the roots to treat excess sebum and apply a very rich mask on the ends and mid-ends to deeply hydrate the dry matter.

The extra trick

If you're in a hurry, go for 2-in-1 care specifically for mixed hair that acts on the roots and ends in a single application.

Haircare for colored hair



What is the problem?

The hair is damaged by successive coloring, the hair fiber is weakened and the coloring tends to lose its color. In this case, you have to bet on repairing care that also protects the dye.

The solution

It is very simple: you just have to use shampoos and masks for colored hair that respond to your needs. These specific products, in addition to moisturizing ingredients, contain active ingredients -such as antioxidants and vitamins- that protect the color from external aggressions so that it remains as intense and luminous as the first day.

The extra trick

If you have taken precautions, your color is off, bet on color enhancing care. Use products that nourish pigments to enhance reflections so that you get a color full of dynamism!

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Haircare for damaged hair



What is the problem?

The hair breaks when we brush, and it is dry and dull. Your hair is in trouble and needs a maximum of care rich in nourishing assets to restore its health and beauty.

The solution

To satisfy all the needs of very dry and brittle hair, adopt a shock treatment that is rich in proteins and antioxidants, which restructures hair from roots to ends to strengthen the matter in the long term. Use products that provide great repair similar to keratin-rich formulas. This protein naturally present in hair is unmatched to make spoiled matter regain its vitality In a blink of an eye.

The extra trick

If the split ends have already made their appearance, cut them off as soon as possible, as they can damage the rest of the hair.

Haircare for porous hair



What is the problem?

Porous hair is just as rough and brittle as dry and damaged hair, and it is also not usually receptive to many treatments. In fact, the scales that should form the hair's protective barrier are so "raised" that the latter ends up absorbing moisture but does not retain hydration.

The solution

Do you know what is the ideal repair plan for covering a beautiful mane? A tailored routine with a gentle wash based on a daily shampoo to pamper the damaged hair fiber and leave it free of impurities; followed by a shock treatment such as, for example, a mask rich in keratin: the best active ingredient to fill the hair shaft fissures. And for this winning combination to achieve the effect you want, do not forget to seal the hydration and the product inside the hair by smoothing the cuticle with a little vegetable oil. This care restores the hydro-lipid film of the fiber and prevents the benefits of each treatment from being lost.

The extra trick

Take oil baths regularly for an express and reinforced action.

Care for white, gray and blonde hair



What is the problem?

Light and depigmented hair are more fragile because it is naturally finer and because it does not have the protective barrier that natural hair pigments make up. Thus, all this makes it especially prone to unsightly yellowish reflections.

The solution

If you want to pamper your hair and correct the undesirable nuances it has taken, alternate light moisturizing products that nourish the hair without weighing it down with a purple shampoo. Its purplish-blue pigments will neutralize the yellowish hue of the fiber and, thanks to it, you will end up with the yellowing blonde and with the gray hair that takes on a guild tone.

The extra trick

Choose the color of the treatment based on the intensity of the yellow tone of the fiber. If you want to eliminate a slight nuance or prevent it, bet on a mauve shampoo; but if the yellow highlights are well established, then choose a darker blue.

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