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Bleached Hair, Don’t Care!

I’m going on year 10+ of bleaching my naturally black Asian hair and I should probably let it go back to it’s natural color but I’m just used to my color, I’m not ready to let it go. Biotera helps to keep my hair looking silky, as if it hasn’t been fried 50 thousand times! It’s difficult because I have is that I have rough, damaged hair with a lot of breakage but yet I need intensive hair care. Certain treatments can weigh my hair down, which is an issue because I have super-fine hair and volume is always an issue.

 

 

Basically when your hair gets bleached, the product destroys your hair proteins to remove the color. The side effects for this gorgeous new color are dryness, lots of breakage and frizziness. Luckily Biotera’s Ultra Repair line totally replenishes and rejuvenates my hair! I use the Biotera Ultra Repair Shampoo, Biotera Ultra Repair Conditioner, Biotera Ultra Repair Leave-In Damage Eliminator. The shampoo is very gentle on your hair and works to heal rough, porous, and damaged hair. It specifically targets your hair’s weakest areas and in just one use it can double the softness and the strength of the individual strands.

 

 

I follow it up with the Biotera Ultra Repair conditioner after rinsing my hair of shampoo thoroughly. While I wash the rest of my body, I’ll leave conditioner in my hair for about 1-3 minutes so that my hair can soak in all the goodness. After that, I’ll give my hair another good rinse.

I absolutely love the Biotera Ultra Repair Leave-In Damage Eliminator because after my shower, I can just apply a small amount into my hair and style as usual. It makes it so easy for me to deep conditioner my hair without missing a beat in my busy schedule. Another bonus is that I dab it into my dry hair when I have any excessive frizziness and it conditions my hair while making it look nice and silky!

All the products are totally free of silicone and parabens and SLS/SLES Sulfates*. The line features sunflower and coconut oil.

 

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*SLS/SLES sulfates = Sodium Lauryl Sulfate/Sodium Laureth Sulfate


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