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Summer Hair Survival

Summer is here, which means warmer weather, hot dogs or legs holidays, and quality time on the sand and in the surf.
Many aspects of summer can wreak havoc on your delicate strands—chlorine, salt water and sun are just a few—and by the end of summer, your hair can be left thirsty and damaged. Here are four top tips to help your hair survive the summer!

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Tip 1: Getting trims throughout the year is important, but it’s especially important during the summer. You might be skipping haircuts to try and grow your hair, but regular trims (every 6 to 8 weeks) ensure split ends are kept at bay. Find your nearest salon here.

Tip 2: If your guests are avid beach, lake and pool go-ers, try recommending this: Before heading to the ocean or pool, wet your hair and apply a deep conditioning treatment, such as Awapuhi Wild Ginger® Keratin Intensive Treatment® to wet hair. This product will not only condition the hair and make it easy to wash out post-swim, but also protect it from the chlorine or salt water.

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Tip 3: To protect your hair from additional damage, use a hair care system that offers more protein and moisture to keep the hair strong and healthy from the inside out. Awapuhi Wild Ginger Moisturizing Lather Shampoo® and Keratin Cream Rinse® are perfect choices for everyday use, and are available in travel-friendly 100ml sizes.


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Tip 4: Before summer’s end, visit your stylist for an in-salon deep conditioning treatment.  The Awapuhi Wild Ginger Keratriplex 2-Step Repair Treatment® is a perfect go-to treatment to give your hair a boost of shine to perfectly complement your tan.

Awapuhi Keratriplex Product

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