April 20, 2020 2 min read
Grabbing your hair care products from the drugstore feels so easy and cost-effective, so what's the big difference between drugstore and salon products.
The answer is pretty obvious: the ingredients.
Drugstore products are mass-produced and they contain some pretty surprising ingredients… like sulphates, plastics, wax, and high percentages of alcohol.
If these ingredients aren’t good for hair then why does it feel soft and clean? It's actually pretty clever, the sulphates create a bubbly lather and the wax coats your hair… Unfortunately, this means your hair isn’t getting super clean and is getting A TON of build up! Additionally, a lot of styling products have high percentages of alcohol which leads is SUPER drying.
By contrast, salon quality products are designed with healthy hair and performance in mind. Luxury hair care brands put a lot of time into the development of products, including the selection of high-quality ingredients that serve a specific purpose in each product. Shampoos and conditioners cleanse and hydrate and moisturize - no overdrying or waxy residues! Styling products are full of goodness that protects and serves the health of your hair.
Additionally, masks are full of ingredients aimed at nourishing and repairing bonds.
Hair is one of our biggest investments. We spend both time and money keeping our hair looking its best - so we should take the same care in maintaining our hair and our colour too. Using salon quality products is key to keeping hair healthy and in top condition PLUS it works to protect your colour and help it last longer!
The product lines that we carry at Salon Society are top of the line and ones that our stylists feel great using both on themselves and on their clients. If you are looking for some great hair care ask your stylist which product line they recommend for your unique needs - they know you and your hair best!!
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