This post was sponsored by Pantene. All opinions are my own.
Spring is officially upon us, which means just a few short months til summer. I’m already scoping out all my vacations and hoping for lots of fun in the sun. Sunny adventures are always good for my soul, but they tend to produce damaged hair. I used to have a convertible and my hair would get DESTROYED with my topless drives from all the wind and constant exposure to the sun. Today, I’m much more thoughtful about my sun time, lathering on the SPF, never going outside without a hat, and doing everything I can to prevent sun damage. Still, lake days and pool time take a toll on my locks.
I have naturally curly hair, so it’s always needed more moisture than the average girl, and I’ve done hair treatments for as long as I can remember. Combine naturally curly hair, with daily heat by way of straightening and styling, and it’s a recipe for damaged hair. When Pantene reached out to me to ask me to try their first at-home rescue treatment, I was all in.
If you haven’t heard of them, Pantene Pro-V Intense Rescue Shots is a hair treatment for damaged hair that hit the market in January. They are imported from Brazil and each tube is packed full of an absorbing blend of Pro-Vitamin B5, strengthening lipids and natural glycerin that targets damaged hair to give it the flexibility and resilience to endure styling and environmental stresses. The strengthening lipids actually absorb into your hair, instead of leaving a heavy film like some masks can do. They are also so perfect for a girl on the go, like me, because you only have to leave them in for 30 seconds and then rinse for 30 seconds…PRAISE! Treat yo’self and get on with your day babe, ya feel me?
These treatments will give you noticeable results after just one use, making your hair softer and stronger. There’s nothing better than feeling like your locks have some life brought back to them, am I right? If you’re looking for shinier, more vibrant hair to combat your damaged hair woes, you’ve got to check these out!