The reformulated Dry Remedy range from Aveda launches next month, but I’ve had a go with the hair masque above and it’s definitely a little bit of magic for your hair! I didn’t think my hair was particularly dry to be honest, more ‘uncared for’ – I home-dye it with Olia and that doesn’t leave my hair parched, but after using the Aveda Dry Remedy mask, I definitely noticed a difference.
If I ever use a hydrating mask, I always wash my hair with a detox shampoo to strip out any remaining residue – no point in piling product over product – and I am sure that helps the result. The trouble with dry hair is that you can end up trying to put so much moisture into it that the result is low-shine, product overload. Dry Remedy uses organic Buruti Oil, Pomegranate and Olive Oil and yet feels incredibly light on the hair – I was all ready for a kind of gunk but texturally, it’s not that at all. And, I quite like the scent – fresh and herbal so my hair smelled totally clean.
The result was nothing short of brilliant – it rinsed well and quickly (a major factor for me) and left my hair silky and shiny without a trace of dryness. It’s £28.50 and worth every single penny. There are other reformulated Dry Remedy products coming – an oil, and shampoo and conditioner, but unless your hair is literally scrubland, you won’t need the whole kit. I’d start with the masque for a weekly tlc treat for hair.
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