The Cure 24/7 Hair Cell Renewal is one of the newest products from White Sands containing Orchid Extract. Living up to its promise and delivering with optimal hair care, the leave-in split end camouflage cream produces visible results instantly.
White Sands’ Cure 24/7 says it all; a leave-in reconstructive treatment that can be done day or night, wet or dry. The leave-in hair treatment requires no heat to mend split ends using Cellular Bridging Technology (stimulates hair cell renewal with tiny Micro-gels that instantly fill cuticle cracks for up to 7 days).
The Cure 24/7 Hair Cell Renewal is enhanced by a unique formula containing Orchid Extract, which mends split ends, repairs damaged hair fibers, restores internal moisture, while making tresses stronger, smoother, and shinier for premium hair care.
As with the other products in the White Sands Orchids line, creating healthy, frizz and split end free hair has never been so convenient and simple. And having used the product first hand on aging hair that has been dyed and highlighted with bleach, the results were instantaneous.
The only way to rid the hair of split ends permanently is to snip them off with a good haircut, however, using The Cure 24/7 Hair Cell Renewal coats the hair shaft filling in the cuticle, thereby smoothing the appearance of split ends providing effortless styling and healthy, shiny hair.
Other products in the White Sands Orchid line include Orchids Oil, Gel-Us and Orchid Bliss Shampoo and Conditioner, all utilizing the Orchid Extract to moisturize, mend split ends and control frizz. Having sampled all except Gel-Us, on myself and clients, this licensed hair care professional can honestly say the products live up to the claims, creating happy, healthy hair. Purchase White Sands professional hair care on the website or at fine salons.
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