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Even though I’ve become a huge advocate for heatless hairstyling (tutorial here), sometimes just relieving your hair of excess heat isn’t enough. From the 5 or 6 dye jobs I endured over a 3-month period (ya, it’s really that hard to take my dark brown hair to real blonde), it’s not so much my hair that’s suffering; it’s my scalp. Apparently the chemicals used to lighten my roots, which cook pleasantly on my head for 30+ minutes under a heat lamp, are extremely damaging– go figure?— so I’ve had to completely change up my shampoo and hair care routine for my post pageant life.
I’ve been a big fan of Clear Scalp and Hair products in the past, but their Damage & Color Repair products have kind of been my saving grace over the past few weeks. Formulated with fancy pants Nutrium 10, their Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner system has been clinically proven to help restore the scalp’s natural moisture balance when you follow the complete regimen, and the proven color-safe formula offers advanced protection from visible signs of damage, while simultaneously cleaning and nourishing the scalp for hair that’s 10 times more resilient, strong, and perdy. It’s like a miracle shampoo and conditioner combo, and right now all Clear Scalp and Hair products are on Rollback (heyo!) at Walmart for $4.48. Seriously? Stocking’ up in like a hoarder over here.
Oh, and coupon alert! There’s currently a click-to-print coupon available (here) for $1.50 off Clear Scalp and Hair products at Walmart. If you’ve never tried any products in their line and you experience any intermittent scalp sensitivity, I highly recommend trying them, especially while they’re so stinkin’ inexpensive.
How do you cope with lifeless hair and/or a damaged scalp? Suggestions welcome!