HAIR HEALING ESSENTIALS

13.01.22 12:52 PM Comment(s) By Jordan

DISCOVER RESCUE TREATMENT


YOUR HAIR DESERVES A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP

Is your hair tired, over processed or dull?  We have the solution for you.  Introducing the in salon treatment that is bhave Rescue Therapy!
Our hair works hard to give us around four inches of luscious new growth every year. So, we should be pampering it with love and luxury, not stripping its natural oils.
To respect this we use premium active ingredients, oils, butters and peptides that work harmoniously to keep our hair looking great!

BEST INGREDIENTS BAAA NONE

Our secret ingredient – New Zealand wool* is soft yet strong and it turns out NZ wool can be processed to hold and nourish our hair too. It’s why we harness the power of bioactive keratin using its natural strength and binding power into our hair care collection. Derived from pure NZ sheep’s wool, bioactive keratin makes sure those mane-boosting proteins and amino acids are kept intact. 

PROPHYTE                   FUNCTIONAL KERATIN®Bio active keratin

OTHER KERATIN PROTEINS

PROPHYTE BIOACTIVE KERATIN    

(left side of zipper) perfectly matches hair keratin (right side of zipper). They link together to lock the structure in place. This structure is essential for the protein to perform its role, keeping hair strong and flexible.

OTHER KERATIN PROTEINS    

Other keratin technologies break up the protein when extracted and damage the amino acids, losing the important zipper traction needed to bind for genuine hair repair. This keratin is NOT a functional keratin. 


*Pure New Zealand wool is a 100% natural material. Farmed throughout the pristine countryside of New Zealand, the sheep grow a thick fleece of wool to protect themselves from New Zealand’s harsh winter. The wool is harvested during Spring so that the sheep do not have a full fleece during the Summer. The wool is harvested by shearing, using electronic clippers in much the same way as getting a haircut. Following shearing, the sheep return to the fields to continue grazing and to raise their young. 

No animals are harmed at any stage of the wool harvesting process. 


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