PRODUCT LUST: H2 Ion Thermal Activated Heat Repair

H2 Ion THERMAL ACTIVATED HEAT REPAIR is a treatment formulated for damaged hair spotlighted as the Best Kept Celebrity Hair Secret in Elle, Glamour and Allure magazine. As far as I’m concerned, this is a luxury treatment (check the price).

Much of what we see on the market for damaged hair is silicone-based. These can easily build up and weigh down hair. H2 Ion uses heat-activated technology and is specially formulated with something they call MIM, moisture infusion microbead, seemingly only derived from Sonoran Jojoba plants. MIM works to infuse much needed moisture directly into dry damaged hair. By infusing moisture, you fight the frizzies, split ends & heat and weather damage, all of which encourage healthy hair growth.  So, where other treatments work on the outside of the hair, H2 Ion claims to work from the inside out. Not only does it work from the inside out, it also claims to do this in 1 minute. No, that’s not a typo – one minute.

Here’s what it promises.

Protect hair from heat damage

Reverse wind & weather damage

Hydrate & replenish damaged hair

Seal split ends for smoother strands

Add body to your hair

Silky soft hair

Promote healthy hair growth

I would buy this immediately but it’s not in my budget. The cheapest I’ve found is $59.00 for 2 ounces. Shut the front door! Shut the back door! Shut the car door and make sure the garage door is shut too. I’ll lust this one from afar. I’ll probably dream
about it, reach for it in the dark but that’s ok for now.

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About Irene

I'm just a regular person who figured out what I wanted for my hair and made it happen. ...Still a work in progess. Je suis une femme qui rêvait d'avoir les cheveux longs et maintenant je les ai. Nous pouvons tous avoir la même chose.
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