Summer has officially arrived! And while that warm sunshine might do wonders for our complexion, the same cannot be said about our hair. Between the sun, sand, and sweat, the summer months take a serious toll on our tresses. But don’t let the fear of impending hair doom cloud your sunshine. Say au revoir to your summer hair woes, ladies—it’s time to meet your new best friend… leave-in conditioner.
If there’s one product your strands can’t live without this season, it’s our Super Comb Prep & Protect leave-in conditioning spray. Yes, it’s our go-to spray for tangled locks or when we’re trying to hide split ends between haircuts, but this little beauty is capable of so much more.
It’s no surprise the sun’s rays can be damaging. That’s why we take extra care to apply sunscreen before a long day at the beach. And while that’s all fine and dandy, we so often forget to extend that same courtesy to our strands.That stops now – all it takes is a few spritzes of our Super Comb spray, which has UVA/UVB blocking agents to protect your mane, especially if you have color-treated hair.
When it comes to salt water and pool chemicals, leave-in conditioner is a force to be reckoned with. When your hair is soaked with conditioner, it doesn’t absorb as much water, so the salt and chemicals that harm your hair stay where they belong – in the water and out of your hair. We recommend keeping a Super Comb Mini Darling in your beach bag so you’ll never forget to apply before taking a dip.
While you might be lucky enough to end your day of sun with enviable beach waves, the rest of us aren’t so lucky. Nothing ruins your evening plans quite like frizzy hat hair. If you don’t have time to tame your mane before hitting the town, spray the conditioner around the crown of your head to fight the frizz. Transitioning from sand to street has never been easier!
From luster and shine to silky smoothness, the nourishing benefits of our Super Comb Prep & Protect leave-in conditioner are endless. The best way to protect your hair is to be proactive. Don’t wait until September when the damage has already been done. Instead, keep your hair smiling throughout summer and long after the warm weather has passed.
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