Ingredients typically associated with skincare, such as Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and niacinamide, are now finding their way into top haircare products. Which begs a few burning questions – what’s the reason behind the increasing prevalence of crossover ingredients? Can what’s good for your skin also be beneficial for your hair? How does it all work?
Let’s face it; hair styling tools are hard to give up on. On days when you don’t have the time to towel dry your long locks or want that perfect salon blowout at home, the blow dryer is your friend. On days you are keen to experiment, styling tools such as flat irons and curling irons can help you transform your entire look.
Sure, sulphate-free shampoos and conditioners have a plethora of benefits, but here’s the thing: they may not give you all the hair benefits you deserve. An all-round nourishing hair treatment is perhaps better to meet all your hair goals. It is also the most cost-effective solution to complete your hair needs. So, go on, bring your A-game to the table, and add hair masks to your beauty regime.