Use proteomics (a fancy term for “protein science analysis”), researchers found that fine hair has a smaller inner core, a thinner outer protective cuticle layer and 40% less protein than thicker hair. According to Brand Manager Janel Parker Sr., the combination of these factors makes fine hair 10 times more likely to break than any other type of hair.
To combat this, the Unbreakable Care line, which includes shampoos, conditioners and joisting sprays, targets breakage at the molecular level by infusing strands with a blend of proteins that fine hair typically lacks. The Unbreakable Care line of blends targets breakage at the molecular level by containing proteins that fine, fine hair lacks. “We know fine hair is ten times easier for him to cut, and we used our expertise in Nexxus protein science to identify the most prominent amino acids (or protein building blocks) in the inner core of hair,” says Parker. says. Arginine is the winner.
With that in mind, Unbreakable Care products are packed with arginine, including advanced keratin (which strengthens hair bonds and protects the cuticle from breakage) and spirulina (a microalgae superfood packed with hair-strengthening nutrients). The formula also contains biotin, an essential vitamin that plays a role in hair and scalp health, contributing to growth, fullness and shine. Collagen that fights free radical damage and increases hair elasticity, flexibility, and strength. I’m here.
According to the brand, visible benefits should occur after one wash, but strengthening benefits are most noticeable after a week. All products are under $17.
“Women with fine, thin hair most often complain that their hair lacks body, thickness and overall volume. They find it difficult to create volume and maintain it all day long.” “To try to achieve these goals, women use volumizing products that tend to dry and stiffen their hair, causing friction and giving them visible volume.” This eventually causes hair breakage, and a vicious cycle of trying more and more volume-up techniques begins, but eventually the hair becomes more and more damaged.
I have fine fine hair that regularly flattens and struggles to hold ponytails, and it certainly relates to this “cycle” Parker is talking about. I haven’t found many drugstore-priced hair products that give my strands that extra lift, so I was curious to try the Nexxus Unbreakable Care line.
The first thing that struck me about the shampoo and conditioner was the absolutely amazing scent that felt far more expensive than the $17 price tag. loved Taking a shower with hair that smells like you left the salon.
As far as actual benefits go, the product has delivered on the promise of the brand. After the first wash, my hair looked thicker and after about two weeks of using the entire 3-step system, my hair became noticeably thicker. rice field. I also appreciate that the product lives up to the “zero gravity” claim. I can’t count how many times I’ve used products labeled “volumizing”, but instead my hair felt weighed down and looked lifeless. The Root Lift Thickening Spray felt “non-greasy” and didn’t leave my roots oily like sprays do.
I’ve also found that I can wash my hair longer than the usual 1-2 days and still have my hair looking good enough to be seen in public. The system is good for daily use, but I was surprised that I didn’t need to use it that often. I can’t change the fact that genetics gave me fine hair, but now I know I can change what I do about it, and Unbreakable Care will continue to be a part of it. .
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