HPOW: Redken Hair Cleansing Cream

Hello Blog Lovers! I want to first welcome all of my new followers! Welcome...Welcome...Welcome!!!! This weeks Hair Product of the Week is the Hair Cleansing Cream By Redken. This week I will be covering a key issue that most of us face on a regular basis. That would be oil, product. and mineral (from our water) build up. A lot of us have oily scalps which leave us with oily hair. One way to combat and help with these three different types of  build up that accumulate on our scalp and eventually our hair would be using some type of clarifying shampoo. I've used this clarifying shampoo on some of my clients in the past and I love the smell of this product because it's infused with fruit acids and gives off a citrus scent which leaves the hair soft, shiny, and fresh.  Check out the stats below!

Clarifies and works to remove copper, iron, hard water minerals and styling product build-up on all hair types. Formulated with fruit acids to add shine, purify and refresh hair.Contains a high concentration of chelating agents that surround minerals, making them more soluble so they can be washed away. Formulated with fruit acids to add shine, it purifies and refreshes hair.






Why It Works

> Clarifies and works to remove copper, iron, hard water minerals and styling product build-up





> Purifies, refreshes and leaves hair shiny


Redken Website (source)
 
Side note: I know that most people believe that most hair products are specifically created for ethnic background/race. Always keep in mind that when it comes to hair you always treat it according to the texture and condition. Redken hair products, although marketed for Caucasian men and women can be used on ethic hair. Just make sure that you choose the product that is for your hair. When you think about it and look at most hair product lines you will notice that they have something for each type of hair condition. If you look at some of the ingredients they are similar (if not the same). However, some ethic hair care products contain more oil based products which can not be use on other Caucasian hair. (Just wanted to throw that out there) :)
 
This week be on the look for more information on the topic of Oily scalp and Oily hair.
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