Breakage and Damaged Hair
Get more shine and bounce for spring and summer
30 October 2018
Summertime… and the living is easy. Easier on your relaxed hair too! While you may have spent the cold months keeping your hair protected with braids, buns or even just hiding it under a hat, now is the time to shake those curls loose and set them free!
What about damage from the chilly winter air, as well as previous relaxing treatments that have left your hair feeling brittle and dry? That’s not exactly summer-loving hair is it?
Here’s the thing: we all know that even using a fantastic relaxer, and having your hair relaxed professionally in a salon, can cause natural African hair to lose some of its vitality. You can, however, give some life back to your locks and avoid endless bad-hair days, thanks to our all-new favourite treatment for relaxed hair: Mizani Bond pHorce.
It’s all about the pH
We’re going to get a little scientific for a second, so bear with us. pH measures the level of acidity in your hair and its overall good health (and good looks!). Even the best relaxers for damaged hair will alter the natural pH of your hair, leaving it vulnerable to breakage. Mizani Bond pHorce is a treatment done in the salon after relaxing, and it brings your hair back to its ideal pH of 4.5 to 5.5. Plus, it’ll leave your strands soft, shiny and healthy looking.
Ensure soft, beautiful hair after your hair relaxing treatment
The secret formula of Mizani Bond pHorce is a blend of maleic and citric acids, which help to balance your hair’s pH, prevent breakage and provide immediate protection against possible damage due to relaxing, dyeing and heat styling.
Mizani Bond pHorce transforms your relaxed hair to ensure that it is in stunning condition and 100% ready for summer. Whether you want bouncy curls, or long straight tresses, this incredible treatment will leave your hair feeling super-soft and glowing with shine and good health.
The Mizani Bond pHorce treatment is available in selected salons across the country. Ask your stylist about Mizani, or visit our Facebook page for more information.
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