Beauty | Wednesday, 08 October 2008

New life from the ocean from Herbal Essences

The time we dedicate to our self after a busy day’s work is never quite enough. That is why it is essential we learn to maximise our pampering and beauty time and savour every second of our beauty routines, in order to soothe both mind and body and regenerate our system.
For that much needed experience of renewal, Herbal Essences Deep Nourishment & Shine –the new shampoo and conditioner on the Maltese market - nourishes and revives shine in thirsty hair whilst letting mind and body enjoy a rejuvenating experience. The shampoo’s unique blend of exotic ocean botanicals - Hawaiian Hibiscus and Coconut extracts - work together to elevate a simple shower into a therapeutic home-spa treatment and to help maintain the hair’s hydration level, leaving hair luminous for a long time.
Dr Steve Shiel (UK) Scientific Communications expert at Herbal Essences explains that ten per cent of the weight of hair, in its natural healthy state, is made up of water. Retaining this water is crucial since losing this moisture not only affects how the hair looks but also how it behaves.
“We all know that water is crucial for good health, energy, and glowing radiant skin and hair. Hair becomes dehydrated in several ways. In addition to environment factors such as air-conditioning, straighteners and styling tongs dry out the hair. Diet and lifestyle can also leave the hair undernourished,” he added.
“So apart from drinking lots of water, the answer, surprisingly, is to wash your hair – the easiest and quickest way to restore sensuous body and shine, using ingredients designed to hydrate and nourish. Hydration is the key to happy, shiny hair.”
Herbal Essences Deep Nourishment & Shine shampoo and conditioner are now available on shelves at supermarkets and pharmacies. With exceptional efficacy on dry or damaged hair, these products nurture the hair while restoring natural body, softness and shine – a timely treatment to hair that has taken the brunt of the Maltese scorching summer sun.
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