Back in the day, when I first made the commitment to start treating my hair better, there was one brand I turned to for repairing my dry, damaged locks: Dove. For a very long time, I used nothing other than their intensive repair products, which brought my hair back to life after years of chemical treatments, home dye jobs, and heat styling without protectant. Dove was my saving grace, hands down.
During winter, we all inevitably experience dull hair woes. Luckily, Dove’s got us covered with their newest Advanced Hair Series Pure Care Dry Oil line. This collection of products is targeted for dull, dry hair to replenish and protect with nourishing oils. It boasts that it will leave your hair 5x silkier after just one wash when you use the system, vs. non-conditioning shampoo.
The Pure Care Dry Oil Shampoo ($5) gently cleanses with a creamy lather, and simultaneously moisturizes with African Macadamia oil and coconut oil. The non-greasy conditioner ($5) offers lightweight hydration, leaving your hair silky but never weighed down. It will work to replenish lost and damaged lipids for healthier hair.
The Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Hair Treatment with African Macadamia Oil ($12) and Restorative Hair Treatment with Anatolian Pomegranate Seed Oil ($12) are both great ways to add shine and an extra boost of hydration. You can use them before styling as a protectant, or afterwards as a finishing touch. They feel light and won’t leave any heavy residue behind— ideal for every day use. These are definitely go-tos for every day touch ups when the winter weather is leaving your hair parched.
The Dove Advanced Hair Series Pure Care Dry Oil collection is said to work well for all hair types, since it revitalizes hair without weighing it down. The line, now available at Walmart, is great for combating the infamous dull hair we experience this season.
Since we’re in the season of giving, I teamed up with Dove to give away the entire collection to one of my readers. Enter using the widget below, good luck!
How will you combat dull hair this winter?