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Beyond the Zone Intense Quench Hydrating Treatment

Written by , Posted in Blog, Cassandra, Product Review, Swatches

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Price: $5.50 without their loyalty card
Where To Buy: Sally Beauty

Pros:
-Generous amount
-No heavy perfume smell

Cons:
-one use

Packaging:

I think this syringe is really cute packaging! I was drawn to the bright colors. When I actually used the product, I also enjoyed that it wasn’t your typical gel cream serum, it had a blue-y duochrome to it which made it feel more luxurious and fun! The syringe was recappable and if you had short hair, you could use it twice.

Review:

I think this might be the most expensive thing I’ve tried on my hair, since it was $5+ for ONE USE. But surprisingly enough, I liked it! It left my hair feeling softer and more repaired than anything else I’ve used, including Macadamia and Moroccanoil brand products (shampoo, conditioner, repair masque and the oil itself). The only thing I liked better (and you could definitely use both in conjunction) is virgin coconut oil from Trader Joe’s. It didn’t make my hair look perfect but it made it look and feel good enough to make me feel safe in using heat on it. That’s a BIG difference from 3 months ago.  From what I see on their website, it’s got panthenol, a provitamin (not a protein?) that rehydrates hair. I’d say I could benefit from this product once or twice a week, maybe more if my wallet would allow.  Also has aloe and rice protein listed in the ingredients, and alcohol sits near the top of the list. I didn’t find it to be drying at all but it might cause concern in some people.

Overall, for damaged, strawlike hair, give this a shot. I know it’s expensive but it really helped my hair!

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