Friday’s favorite beauty product will make others jealous and your own hair Gel-Us with a new product from White Sands Hair Care inspired by the orchid flower's mysterious capacity for immortality.
White Sands Hair Care, a favorite of this professional, discovered orchid cell membranes contain a longevity molecule, resulting in a new miracle hair ingredient being born: orchid extract, which is used in this Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week.
Gel-Us is infused with the White Sands' orchid extract, Bulbophyllum sp, that provides hair with a new-found ability to moisturize, mend split ends and control frizz, in turn, giving tresses a high shine with a long lasting hold.
Friday’s favorite beauty product, Gel-Us with orchids, is not just your average gel. White Sands Hair Care has created an ingenious hairstyling product using two scientifically advanced concepts in mind.
First, its base is unlike any other, transforming Gel-Us into, what could be the first of its kind on the market, a gel with a cationic gelling function, rather than anionic to control product consistency and flow. Gel-Us, without this negative charge present, allows 100% of the entire product to work synergistically in styling and conditioning to provide hydration and shine unlike any gel out there.
Secondly, the orchid flower is Gel-Us' next secret weapon. In using the orchid extract, each cuticle layer is closed to eliminate frizz, improve texture, repel moisture and provide volume.
And while the above product detail sounds perfect on paper, as a professional hairstylist as well as a beauty writer, it can be declared here, that Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week, Gel-Us, has been tested on clientele with results equaling the claims from White Sands Hair Care. The hold was strong, yet not sticky or hard, moldable, and lasting with an incredible shine.
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