Saturday, May 19, 2012

Aveda's Damage Remedy Hair Products


The Aveda Damage Remedy Hair Repair product line uses the power of pure plant oils and quinoa protein, so it restores health, silkiness and shine.

Aveda

The gentle daily shampoo helps repair damage with quinoa protein, while nurturing with rich coconut and babassu-lending new life to hair.
The daily conditioning formula with quinoa protein helps repair and re-moisturize damaged hair - infusing it anew with healthy movement, silkiness and shine.
The intensive weekly treatment deeply penetrates to help repair, seal and smooth even the most damaged hair.
The Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair helps protect from heat styling with wheat protein and detangles with soy oil.


Aveda’s Damage Remedy™ Daily Hair Repair is 97% naturally derived*, instantly repairs damage by 26%** and helps protect from heat styling. With the plant power of Damage Remedy™ Daily Hair Repair, it’s your daily dose for healthy-looking hair.

Learn more about these products at Aveda.com.


*From plants and non-petroleum minerals.
**After 1 application of Daily Hair Repair in a clinical tensile test.






As a Vogue Influencer Network Member I received the Aveda Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair to sample. It is so easy to use you just apply a small amount to damp hair and then comb.

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