Hello lovelies! Did you get a chance to give the Nails Inc Illuminator a try yet? If you’re still on the fence about it or want more details, check out our post from last week! Now if you’re feeling like your Hair could use a little TLC after these cold winter months, you should definitely check out the amazing Heal and Seal Treatment by Garnier.
Katelyn needed some serious hair therapy after bleaching her hair and so she went on a journey to find inexpensive hair care products that would bring some life back into her damaged locks. She needed some major hair conditioning fast! Luckily the Heal and Seal Treatment came to the rescue!
Garnier has a 60 second hair treatment that is meant to smooth roughness, repair damaged hair, and help minimize future damage. The treatment can be used daily and contains Cupuaçu butter and Phyto-Keratin Complex, aimed to melt and bind to damaged hair – presto, healed and sealed! It retails for $5.99 on the Garnier website for 200 mL, though you may be able to save a few coins buying it off Amazon.ca at $5.27.
If you can’t tell we really like this product. Not to sound like a commercial but your hair truly feels noticeably softer and conditioned after just one use (cue Selena Gomez hair flip). It’s very nourishing without weighing down your hair or feeling greasy. The formula is the perfect balance – not too thick or runny – which makes it easy to apply throughout your hair. It really only takes 60 seconds, but leaving it in for longer doesn’t cause any build-up, so it’s not necessary to strictly follow the directions. Whether your hair is coloured or not, this treatment is a must-have for all! It has universal hair salon smell, nothing too overpowering and a scent that doesn’t linger much.This quick and easy remedy is very affordable in comparison to other drugstore and high-end hair treatments (though don’t forget to wait for a sale, we snagged these babies for about $3!).
Now that we have convinced you to buy this product, it pains us to inform you that this wonderful item is being discontinued (cue crying scene in the rain). We didn’t realize this until we started looking on the Garnier website and couldn’t find it… On the US website it actually claims that it’s being discontinued. Hopefully we’re wrong about this since it seems to be the best hair treatment we’ve come across but in case we are right, stock up!
Let us know if you give it a try, we’d love to hear your thoughts! If you find out that it’s staying in the permanent collection, comment below! We’ll start a petition otherwise