The per­fect rem­edy

Are you one of those who think chop­ping off hair is the only way to get rid of split ends? In­stead of com­pro­mis­ing on the pre­cious length of those locks, strike at the root (or tip!) of the prob­lem with the all-new TRESemmé Split Rem­edy range. Af­ter all,

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B ad hair days are what most women out there have to con­tend with ev­ery now and then. Such days call for des­per­ate mea­sures — hid­ing hair in a bun, hunt­ing for scarves, spritz­ing prod­ucts or re­peated hair­cuts. But while you look for tem­po­rary so­lu­tions to a per­sis­tent prob­lem, why not hunt down the cause? Split © ends, as a mat­ter of fact, may ac­tu­ally be one of the rea­sons why your hair loses its nat­u­ral sheen time and again.

Why does hair split?

Ex­ces­sive use of heat styling tools, chemical pro­cess­ing, bleach­ing and pro­longed ex­po­sure to sun are known to dam­age hair, con­tribut­ing to split ends. Some­times, sim­ple habits like use of elas­tic bands and vig­or­ous towel dry­ing can make your hair weak and sus­cep­ti­ble to split ends.

Do quick-fixes work?

Des­per­ately slather­ing your hair with sprays and prod­ucts to make it man­age­able will only dam­age it fur­ther in the long run. Most women be­lieve a sa­lon hair­cut is the ul­ti­mate so­lu­tion to get rid of split ends. While this is true, fre­quent hair­cuts makes you com­pro­mise on the length of the hair and you ef­fec­tively have fewer hairstyling op­tions.

Then, what’s the so­lu­tion?

Amid all the pol­lu­tion and ill­treat­ment meted out to your hair, reg­u­lar in­ten­sive care is the only

so­lu­tion to com­bat the dam­age. TRESemmé un­der­stands women’s in­trin­sic de­sire for sa­lon gor­geous hair at home and the need to style hair with­out com­pro­mise. The spe­cially de­signed Split Rem­edy range is for women seek­ing a so­lu­tion to split ends with­out sac­ri­fic­ing their hair’s beau­ti­ful length. The range in­cor­po­rates the unique Amino Vi­ta­min Blend which nour­ishes and re­pairs hair to give it a smooth fin­ish.

How does it work?

The In­no­va­tive range con­tains Sil­i­cone, amino-vi­ta­min blend and con­di­tion­ing in­gre­di­ents, which work in syn­ergy to re­duce split ends of the hair fi­bre. The Sil­i­cone forms a lu­bri­cat­ing layer, coat­ing the strands to bring hair fi­bres and split ends to­gether. This layer also helps to re­duce fric­tion be­tween strands and im­prove hair align­ment. The for­mula also con­tains poly elec­trolyte com­plex — op­po­sitely charged poly­mers which are known to aid in bring­ing split ends to­gether. The blend of vi­ta­mins H, B3, C and E along with ly­sine nour­ishes your hair for an im­pec­ca­ble shine. TRESemmé Split Rem­edy Sham­poo gen­tly cleanses hair of oil and dirt while the TRESemmé Split Rem­edy Rinse Out Con­di­tioner hy­drates hair strands leav­ing your hair look­ing healthy and smooth. The range is a sa­lon qual­ity for­mu­la­tion that helps res­cue up to 96% of split ends with the use of sham­poo and con­di­tioner in just three washes.

Go, let the magic work!

The TRESemmé Split Rem­edy range is the new se­cret to model and ac­tor Diana Penty’s scis­sors-free tresses. “My hair un­der­goes a lot of styling on a reg­u­lar ba­sis and split ends would rob my hair off its near-per­fect pol­ished fin­ish. The so­lu­tion I re­sorted to un­til now was a hair­cut, but it meant com­pro­mis­ing on my length, which is very dear to me. With the TRESemmé Split Rem­edy range, I have found an ap­pro­pri­ate so­lu­tion. It’s a quick and easy rem­edy,” says the gor­geous ac­tor. Mar­cus Fran­cis, Global Hairstylist, TRESemmé, says that each TRESemmé vari­ant is unique and is for­mu­lated to work bril­liantly for spe­cific hair needs. “The new Split Rem­edy range com­prises amaz­ing prod­ucts that help tackle a uni­ver­sal hair prob­lem al­low­ing women to ex­per­i­ment with dif­fer­ent styles and lengths with con­fi­dence. One doesn’t need to com­pro­mise on their style quo­tient by hid­ing or cut­ting hair,” he says.

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