Friday, October 9, 2015

Advanced Color Care System (3 Hair Treatments) Review #advcolorcare

About the product from the brand:
The Arvazallia Advanced Color Care System with Argan Oil and Macadamia oil is a premium hair care system designed for the unique hair care needs of color treated hair. The advanced proprietary formulas in each product is designed to protect and extend the life of hair coloring treatments while also preventing and repairing damage, dryness, and other issues associated with the application of hair color treatments.
This 3-part system is made up of a specially formulated sulfate-free shampoo, conditioner, and deep conditioning hair mask that when used in combination will help you maintain vibrant long lasting color and will also instantly improve your hair’s texture and manageability. Our exclusive MRV3 Complex™ formulation locks in moisture, repairs and prevents damage, and gives your hair added body and volume. Infused with Wheat Protein, Aloe Vera, Argan Oil, and Macadamia oil it also repairs, strengthens, and nourishes your hair with essential nutrients while also promoting natural hair growth. This system will Protect, Rejuvenate, and Beautify your hair.

I was sent to review three hair treatments of advanced color care system of moisturizing shampoo, restorative conditioner and rejuvenating hair mask. These three treatments revitalize and helps restore hair damage and boost the extend life to dull, color fading hair. Each of these treatments feels amazing while on the hair, it helps detangle and smooth out split ends very well while repairing damage hair from root to tip. I love the way it leaves my hair feeling more manageable and looking healthier than before. You can find these wonderful color care treatments at Amazon 

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