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Luxury hair care offers sulfate-free suds and more

The new bhave hair care range.
The new bhave hair care range.

AUSTRALIAN-OWNED bhave is a new salon professional hair care system that has been developed with industry experts and biochemists and is free of formaldehyde, parabens and sulfates, as well as sodium chloride (better known as salt and as a saboteur to colour and to keratin-treated hair).

The bhave system starts with a professional in-salon smoothing service enriched with keratin, collagen and silk amino acids to control frizz, tame tresses and dramatically reduce hair maintenance.

It extends to a complementary range of innovative after-care products, designed to maintain and prolong the life of the smoothing treatment and when used on their own will significantly boost hair strength, condition and manageability.

These products have delicious fragrances and nutritive-rich ingredients including keratin technology to rebuild, revive and restore dry, damaged hair as well as certified organic argan oil and aloe vera, vitamin E and pro-vitamin B, to deliver long lasting conditioning and protection for all hair types at home.

Products include Riot Control Serum that sedates frizz and can be applied on damp hair before blow drying, and Deep Intense Conditioning Masque that penetrates the hair shaft to restore moisture, elasticity and suppleness to very dry, stressed or damaged hair.

For stockists, phone 1300 402 064.

If you're after a natural range, you might also like to try eco-friendly hairdresser-developed products from UNICO Formulations.

They include shampoos and conditioners enriched with aromatherapy oils like cedarwood, orange, ylang ylang, lemon, clary sage and lavender.

 

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