Bath Favorites: Yves Rocher Éclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar12:15 AM
I am forever trying to get control of my hair. Daily hair-washing removes hair's natural oils and by itself is enough to put a strain on my mane. And you know how fond we are of taking baths. Way too easy to get sticky and sweaty in our weather! It's actually a requirement in some residencies that you bathe before morning rounds, lol.
So my hair, it won't submit to just any conditioner. It has to be the aggressively anti-frizz kind, which works partly by weighing your hair down. In times of high humidity, this sucks. So when I need a little bounce in my step I break out Yves Rocher Éclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar.
Vinegar is used on hair as a clarifying rinse to remove product buildup. The acid is supposed to balances hair's pH, and the vinegar itself smooths the cuticles that have been damaged by frequent hair-washing.
Annoyingly, this rinse doesn't come with a whole lot of instructions. I'd never used vinegar on my hair, so I was like, How do I use it? Like water? Is it good for just one rinse? What's with the tiny opening then?
ProsSoft, shiny, silky, bouncy hair
Fairly economical, one bottle will last 3-5 months with weekly rinses
Yves Rocher Éclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar retails for Php 350 at Yves Rocher branches.
What are you favorite hair products? I'm such a newbie at this!
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