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Get to the root of bad hair days with HairMax for den•si•ty Collection

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Are you suffering from dull, listless hair? If you answered “yes” read this: HairMax for den•si•ty Collection just launched a new devise structure that cleans, nourishes and treats the scalp – providing a healthy base to stimulate new, healthy hair growth. While each can be used separately, best results occur when used with the LaserComb to enhance, invigorate, revitalize and fortify weakening hair follicles.

HairMax for den•si•ty SHAMPOO ($18)--a high performance, sulfate free shampoo that cleanses, restores vitality, thickness and volume to hair. The lower pH formula gently exfoliates the scalp and removes the build-up of sebum, styling products and environmental pollutants leaving hair and scalp deeply cleansed and refreshed.

  • HairMax for den•si•ty REVITALIZER ($23)-- a revitalizing scalp treatment that dives deep to cleanse and exfoliate the scalp dissolving excess sebum, perspiration and environmental pollutants that can clog hair follicles and inhibit hair growth.
  • HairMax for den•si•ty CONDITIONER ($18)--an invigorating blend of menthol and peppermint oil that leaves your scalp feeling refreshed and revitalized.
  • HairMax for den•si•ty ACTIVATOR ($45)--thi leave-in serum fortifies and encourages naturally thicker, stronger, healthier looking hair.

The HairMax for den•si•ty Collection is available at ULTA stores for $89..

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