Hair Rituel by Sisley Paris has launched new hair care and hair styling products this fall – Hair Rituel by Sisley Paris Restructuring Nourishing Balm and Hair Brushes. Both the launches are just in time for fall when hair needs extra nourishment and care. Many factors including external factors like stress, pollution, fatigue, and chemical treatments, all impact the hair quality and health – the intensity depending upon the type of hair and what haircare products are being used to care for hair. If not cared for properly, hair is prone to breakage, split ends, and becomes dull and lifeless.
Hair Rituel by Sisley Paris Restructuring Nourishing Balm
Hair Rituel by Sisley Paris Restructuring Nourishing Balm is a pre-shampoo balm that intensely cares for damaged and dehydrated hair. The texture is rich and melts, when it comes in contact with hands, into a sensory oil, making it easy to apply to hair and to penetrate into the lengths and tips. The balm has a nourishing complex that is concentrated in natural oils and these natural oils action on three levels to treat, regenerate, and enhance the hair fibre. It is not to be applied to the scalp.
I have been using it as a weekly ritual as well as a little pick me up during the week. I feel my hair is soft, shinier, nourished, frizz-free, and healthy instead of the normally dry and coarse hair during the week. They are much more manageable than they were before. My hair looks and feels stronger and luscious without being weighed down or oily. I would suggest keeping in mind how much of the Restructuring Balm you apply, based on your hair type and volume.
For me personally, I have had the experience before to start with the minimal product and then build it up, which worked for me in this case too. I do not go overboard but apply minimally and notice the results during the day or days. A little less than pea size amount works for my medium wavy hair.
The Restructuring Balm can be used in 3 ways per the official instructions:
Overnight Treatment (8 hours – go to bed with the balm on the lengths and tips of the hair, and rinse out in the morning. It does not stain the pillowcase. Also, remember not to apply on the scalp).
Express Treatment ( 30 minutes – apply 30 minutes to 1 hour before washing the hair)
One month course of treatment (Applied once a week to help with nourishment, number of splits)
Scalp Care and Hair Brushes
Now coming to the basics for hair care, the first and foremost thing you can do for your hair and scalp is brush them. Brushing helps spread sebum to the tips of the hair for nourishment, stimulates microcirculation in the scalp, clears impurities, and dead skin cells. It is so important to brush the hair and scalp and even more important to use the right comb or hair and the right way. Because using any harsh or hard material on the scalp and hair in an incorrect way can weaken and damage the hair and scalp.
I am totally in love with the Hair RItuel by Sisley Paris Hair Brushes. my scalp and hair love how gentle they are. The brushes are made of wild boar bristles. The bristles contain keratin and are similar to the composition of hair. The supple bristles with the blue ball tips help to stimulate the scalp. The handles are made of schima wood for their toughness and beautiful finish. I have The Radiance Brush and The Blow Dry Brush 2 on rotation.
The Radiance Brush
The Radiance Brush is suitable for everyday use, for all hair lengths and textures. It gently detangles and styles the hair. I use it morning and night, my must-have hair rituel every day to keep my hair and scalp healthy. And one thing that works for me is brushing my hair with a gentle scalp massage before bed makes me sleep so well during the night. Let me know if you have tried it and if it works for you too.
The Blow Dry Brush 2
The Blow Dry Brush 2 is a blow-dry brush that is suitable for long hair due to its medium circumference. It works as a perfect staple to style hair while blow-drying – be it waves, straight, or curly finish. I use it every weekend when I want to blow drying my hair.
I remove any remaining hair from the brush with my fingers or hairbrush cleaner tool after each use while I wash my hairbrushes every weekend with a gentle shampoo or soap. Then I rinse it and pat it on the towel, then leave the brush to dry upside down.
Overall, these three launches have become my hair care essentials and highly recommend checking them out.
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