Grey hair – man or woman, it is something we are all going to have to face sooner or later (please God, don’t let it be sooner!). Whether you decide to accept this natural occurrence and grow old gracefully, or you decide your new best friend is going to be the salon colorist, there are some very specific traits of this latest evolution of your hair, thus requiring some very specific care.

For one thing, grey hair, whether colored over or not, often tends to be dry, coarse, or difficult to manage (often times coloring and other chemical treatments exacerbate this problem) therefore it greatly benefits from products that keep it hydrated and nourished—promoting smooth texture, shine and increased manageability. While all of our hair care is hydrating and conditioning, our Moisturizing Shampoo and Intensive Hair Mask are two problem + solution products that offer targeted damage repair for those seeking optimal results.

The Moisturizing Shampoo has a rich and creamy formula with added levels of panthenol which nourishes and conditions, giving hair luster and shine to keep it looking and feeling its best. The amino-acids assist in moisture absorption and retention while botanicals such as apricot kernel oil add softness and shine.

The Intensive Hair Mask is a versatile treatment intended for deep conditioning. This product benefits from elevated levels of nourishing and reparative panthenol in addition to meadowfoam seed oil and wheat amino acids which maintain hydration and add body and luster. Use this product once or twice a week, leaving it in for at least 5-15 minutes. The results are amplified by leaving it in overnight. For especially dry, damaged or coarse hair, it can be used as a daily conditioner. Work it into your hair if you are going to be out in the elements for protection of the sun, pool chlorine, sea water, etc. and it will still allow you to style your hair as you normally would.

Just because you and your hair are getting older, doesn’t mean it has to look it – especially when it is so simple to avoid it!

Brian Lynch,  National Training Manager