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My hair has taken a serious beating in the last few months. I’ve been doing everything I can since day one of deciding to go blonde to keep my hair healthy, and that has meant trying a billion different shampoo and conditioner combos to see what works best for me (amongst other things, such as weekly hair masks, using a special hairbrush that doesn’t rip my hair and rarely heat styling). There has been a whole lot of trial and error along the way, but at the same time, I’ve come to discover so many great products that I hadn’t given the time of day before.
My current power duo are the Aveeno Pure Renewal Shampoo and Conditioner. I love the light, fresh scent of these and they leave my hair feeling (and smelling) beautiful. Because I’m using a lot of hair oils and creams to help restore moisture to my hair, I am finding that I get more product build up than I am used to. The Aveeno Pure Renewal Shampoo does an amazing job of cleansing my hair without stripping it of it’s natural oils.
Even without having bleached my hair three times, I have very tangly hair. So, add in all of the damage I’ve inflicted upon it, and you can only imagine how bad it gets these days! A heavily moisturizing conditioner is a MUST for me. I love to drown my ends in this stuff and leave it on for a good few minutes while I shave my legs. It makes my hair so much easier to brush through and keeps it from being a frizzball when air dried.
Both of these products are made with Aveeno Active Naturals Seaweed Extract, which helps to balance your hair and bring it back to it’s optimal moisture levels (meaning less overproduction of oils, for any of you with hair that gets greasy quick). They are also sulfate-free (sulfates have a reputation for stripping away hair color and they can also cause skin irritation)!
If you are looking for something that’ll give your hair a good cleanse and condition without stripping away all of your hair’s moisture, the Aveeno Pure Renewal line is definitely worth a try!