How to Repair Damaged Hair – You should try this

I guess you, as all of us, are always looking for the best hair products in the market and probably, as cheap as possible. What I’m going to share with you today is how to repair damaged hair using a deep conditioning hair treatment.

I’ll show you what’s the best deep conditioner product (in my opinion, Salerm 21 Active Technique), so you can repair damaged and dry hair at home.

How to Repair Damaged Hair with Salerm 21 Active Technique

For me the hair is the 90% of your face and appearance in general. Maybe is just me and my way of thinking because having a great hair is my obsession or my passion, whatever you want to call it. The truth is that I love experimenting with my hair.

Thanks god, thanks I’m very cautious and I always study very well the product  I am going to use. I never had any problem or scary situation until what happened with the Bio Ionic treatment, which by the way I would like to say is an incredible product, but too strong for damaged hair or chemically treated .


What is Salerm 21 Active Technic? How to use it?

Salerm 21 Active Technique

Offers for Salerm 21 Active Technique

Salerm 21 Active Technique is a deep conditioning treatment excellent to restore and to revive your hair.

When you get your hair fried is very difficult to handle it, it gets tangled , has a rough texture, it doesn’t  matter what you do or what you use is always dull. If you’re in this situation and you’re looking how to repair damaged hair, this hair treatment for damaged hair is the right to fight all those symptoms. It leaves your hair soft, and every time you apply it, you can feel it better than the last time.

Salerm 21 Active Technique is way more expensive if you do it at the salon. If you don’t know how to repair damaged hair at home, you must know it’s pretty simple and entertaining.

You can do it all by yourself, at least those who like me, enjoy trying different products and see how turns it out. Do you like to experiment with your hair? Any funny story?

There are many beauty products I consider very lame, and I think everybody should be aware and keep them away. This one is definitely not one of those, on the contrary Salerm 21 Active Technique is very helpful. I should say it’s an extraordinaire hair conditioner, it will definitely repair damaged hair and make it alive again.

I simply don’t have words to describe how well it has worked for me. I really hope it does the same for you.


How to repair damaged hair at home

I created a short video to demonstrate a great technique that will definitely help you to repair your hair. If you think it doesn’t work, or you know a better solution, please let me know.

Products used for this treatment:
Salerm Wheat Germ Conditioning Treatment

Salerm Wheat Germ Conditioning Treatment

Salerm Citric Balance 02 Mask

Salerm Citric Balance 02 Mask

Salerm 21 Active Technique

Salerm 21 Active Technique

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6 thoughts on “How to Repair Damaged Hair – You should try this

  1. Monique says:

    thanks for the info, I use a good product to restore my damaged hair, it’s Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil which works pretty good, protects my hair and leaves it soft, shiny and healthy. 😀

    • Thank you Monique, you’re absolutely right. Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil is definitely one of my favorite hair products. At this point I’m just doing what I was told at the salon to recover my hair (you can read it here) after what happened to me with the Bio Ionic Hair Treatment (check here). I would recommend you to read it just in case you’re planning to do some hair straightening treatment. But after I finish that treatment, I’ll definitely use other hair masks, starting with Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil. When I do so, I’ll write about it too.
      I really appreciate your feedback here.

  2. Christina says:

    I really want to try this, but the only thing I can find to buy online is only the vials. What are the masks that you use? Would it work just as well if I only use what’s in the vial?
    Thanks!

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