Long or Short, Hair Is Every Woman’s Crowning Glory

No matter the length, one of a woman’s greatest prides is her hair.

Besides the skin, a woman’s greatest pride is her hair. Managing silky smooth locks over the pandemic isn’t easy despite staying at home. As we constantly help the members of our mom tribes consciously create more time for self-care, sometimes, it has to start small and it can start with hair care. Kerastase reveals their latest product — Kerastase Specifique Potentialiste — that focuses on the root of the problem: the scalp from where our hair grows.

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Caring for our hair is like caring for ourselves

Just like Elle Woods said in Legally Blonde, “the rules of haircare are simple and finite”. But sometimes, it takes a lot of effort to be conscious of how to take care of our hair especially since there’s a lot on our minds. We have to check if the shampoo has sulfate, or if we’re allergic to any of the chemical components. Then, sometimes we have to think if the price is worth it. Or, if the product is fake and it actually has a ton of sulfates inside. It’s a lot to think about.

But for the Kerastase Specifique Potentialiste, it focuses more on the nutrients that the scalp needs. From an advanced Vitamin C derivative to Bifidus Prebiotics and Probiotics, the Kerastase Specifique Potentialiste focuses on making the microbiome on our scalps a lot healthier for shinier and overall healthier hair.

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One step at a time, haircare to over-all care

We’re busy taking care of everyone that sometimes, it’s hard to find time to care for ourselves. Either that, or we’re struck by Mom Guilt. But that’s why it’s okay to start small even if it’s just our hair. Although there’s typical rhetoric that short hair’s easy to manage, it still needs some love and care from the roots to tips. Kerastase has its flagship store on Lazada so, it’ll be easier to order.

Photo fromKerastase

Looking for more skincare and haircare tips for women? Here’s more!

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