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Strengthen Hair with Bamboo Oil

Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s discuss strengthening your hair with the help of Bamboo oil. I’ve told you before that it’s one of my number one issues – my hair is weak – perhaps from hair dyes, treatments and hot styling tools… oh, and I admit I LOVE super hot showers. The result? Breakage and lots of hair fall after showers and when I brush or comb my hair. So now I’m glad I discovered an affordable solution – the Bamboo line from Hask Hair!

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Hask Bamboo Oil Line

Hopefully soon, I’ll be able to say that – my life may not be perfect, but my hair is. Hah! The Hask Beauty hair care line, Bamboo Oil, is helping me add strength training to my haircare routine. The Bamboo Oil is helping fortify my fragile hair and defend itself from further damage and more breakage. The products in the line are formulated with ProDefense Complex that penetrates hair to strengthen, reinforce and protect.

Do you know that Bamboo is known as one of Asia’s natural treasures? It’s not just a decorative plant that looks great in your backyard. It’s also being used on a variety of kitchenware or even on residential floors, among others. But the oil of this plant is also proven to strengthen hair and provide important nutrients that helps revive weakened and lifeless strands. Oh, I can relate!

The Hask Hair line makes use of this oil, combining it with biotin and collagen, giving one’s hair a strong foundation that also helps prevent those annoying split ends. So good bye to breakage or hair fall due to styling tools. YASSSSSS!

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Bamboo Oil Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner

Like all Hask hair care line, these products are free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten, drying alcohol and artificial colors. The shampoo reinforces and nourishes your hair, improving the flexibility of the strands so you can say bye to split ends and further breakage!

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Same as the shampoo, the conditioner helps reinforce and nourish your hair. It’s also free of the unnecessary ingredients that can damage your hair. Simply use the conditioner after you cleanse your hair, and make sure to leave it on for about 2 minutes before you rinse.

Bamboo Oil Strengthening Deep Conditioner and Strengthening Shine Treatment

If you want to do a deep conditioning treatment to your hair, try the strengthening deep conditioner from the line. I try to do mine once a week. But if not, do it once a month. It’s just an additional 10 minutes of bath time or just apply this before you soap/wash your body. Just apply and massage to clean, wet hair, focusing on the damaged areas. Let it sit for 10 minutes. Cleanse your face and body while you wait. So by the time you’re done, you’re ready to rinse off the deep conditioner and finish your shower.

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To finish off, I apply the strengthening shine treatment after I towel-dry my hair. It only takes a coin-sized amount and it helps give your hair that luminous glow and doesn’t even leave any greasy residue. It’s very lightweight and alcohol free. It gives my hair that silky, smooth finish.

Just the other day, I was putting up my hair into a pony tail and I was amazed at how smooth my hair felt. I can’t wait to completely restore my hair with the help of Hask Beauty Bamboo Oil line. Oh, I almost forgot to tell you, they smell like you’re in a spa! It gives me that zen feeling when I use it in the shower.

Make sure to check out their website for more information on the products and where you can purchase them. They’re usually available at most retailers, groceries and drug stores and are priced under $10! The oil and conditioning treatment are under $5. So you won’t be breaking the bank if you wish to treat your hair on a regular basis!

Hope this beauty review helps you strengthen your hair. Thanks for dropping by and I hope to see you soon here on STYLEanthropy. Xo, C.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by BrandBacker but all opinions are my own.

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