Oh, that hair ...
I was always wondering what percentage of girls are not happy with their hair and hair in principle? Six months ago, I was quite critical of mine. I didn’t like that they often got tangled up, broke, the tips were dry and looked like tow with the hair being greasy quickly at the roots ...
Having tried out the caring cosmetics that are produced by the DeLaMark brand, I radically changed my mind about them. And before I talk about a restorative hair balm, I want to share links to several cool tools.
Mask for hair DeLaMark Vitamin complex
Delamark conditioner balm for all hair types
DeLaMark Nourishing Hair Balm
The packaging of hair balm is quite standard for this brand. It is a plastic, white, non-transparent bottle on the front side of which there is a brand name and means.
The reverse side has a sticker that displays all the detailed information for the consumer, namely: the action of the balm, method of application, storage conditions, precautions, composition, shelf life, volume, manufacturer, barcode, batch number and date of manufacture.
The dispenser, in my opinion, is the most convenient - pump-action. The material from which it is made is plastic. On the button itself is a mini-instruction in the form of OPEN and CLOSE.
The tube is long enough to use the product completely and is made of soft plastic, transparent.
The color of the balm is bright, yellow.
The aroma is pleasant, vegetative, not sharp. On the hair, barely noticeable.
The texture \ consistency is uniform, without lumps and splashes, soft, dense.
Water is deionized, Cetearyl alcohol, Lecithin, Cetearyl sulphate, Roslinna oliya, Cococaprilat, Hydrolyzed cereals, Glitserin, Cococaprilat, Olivia oblasti, Olive fruits and vegetables Acid, Perfumery Composition, Alanto.
MODE OF APPLICATION:
On clean, damp hair I apply a balm along the entire length. I wrap it in a plastic bag and then in a towel so that my hair stays warm. Next, I’m going to do household chores, as you need to keep the balm on your hair from 0.5 - 2 hours. Then I wash off the product under warm running water until the hair is no longer slippery. I try to dry without using a hair dryer, but, frankly, it does not always work.
FEELS AFTER APPLICATION:
After the hair has dried, it is already possible to evaluate the first result - this is combing. It is so easy and painless to manage to comb long hair. And in the comb there is no such amount of hair as before.
Looking in the mirror I see well-groomed, smooth, shiny hair. This is the exact opposite of what was six months ago. Now, at the roots, they do not grease so quickly, and the tips do not at all resemble tow. Instead of dry, brittle and split ends, I got moisturized, lively and healthy. I achieved exactly such a result for many years, experiencing more and more new balms and masks.
To the touch, the hair is silky, soft, crumbly. They are nice to touch and feel as they slip through your fingers.
I want to show you the result of using a restoring balm.
And now I will casually collect them with a hairpin.
A pleasant discovery for me was the long-term cleanliness of my hair. Despite the fact that it’s summer outside, I wash them every four to five days, although earlier I had to do this every other day.
Balm also has an excellent effect on the scalp. After application, it is sufficiently moistened and that is why there was no trace of dandruff with which I struggled with THIS shampoo.
The tool is easy to apply and this decently reduces consumption. And if you also take into account not frequent washing, then in general it should be enough for a very long use.
+ Convenient dispenser.
+ Pleasant aroma.
+ Nourishes hair well.
+ Easy to rinse.
+ Shiny and smooth hair.
+ Easy combing.
+ The tips do not split and do not break.
+ Caring for the scalp.
+ Hair is not greasy for a long time.
- The duration of the procedure.
I highly recommend the DeLaMark Restorative Hair Balm. Each product issued by this trademark is just a godsend. I am sure that any girl will find the perfect product for herself and will love her hair.
Be beauties and come to visit me ...