Restore Damaged Hair With Dove Regenerative Nourishment
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Friends, my hair takes some abuse!  I have dark brown hair, and I bleach highlights on the top every two months.  Then I fight my curly hair by straightening it two or three times a week.  As if that's not bad enough, my hair is dry because it's curly.  If I'm not careful, my hair can get dull, lifeless, and damaged, especially the bleached ends.  Thankfully, restoring my damaged hair is easy with Dove Regenerative Nourishment.  

Restore Damaged Hair With Dove Regenerative Nourishment
I'm not the best at getting to the salon because my schedule is crazy busy. Before I got my hair cut and dyed last week, I went almost three months between cuts because I was busy and because I wanted my hair to look good for some events that I have coming up in the next two weeks.  I was at the point where I had to pull my hair back because the top of my hair where it gets bleached was very dry and damaged.

While I was at Walmart, I picked up Dove Regenerative Nourishment because I've always been a big fan of Dove hair care, especially their oils.  I love that it's affordable and easily available where I normally shop.  

Dove Regenerative Nourishment Shampoo is enriched with Red Algae Complex, which really intrigued me.  Red algae helps repair your hair's internal structure, so your hair looks and feels healthier instantly.  It also has Keratin to repair hair and resist future breakage and nutrients to make hair soft.  

Like the shampoo, the Dove Regenerative Nourishment Conditioner has Red Algae Complex and Keratin NutriComplex for softer, healthier looking hair.  It also strengthens hair so it doesn't break as easily.  

Dove also has a Regenerative Nourishment Serum-in-Oil, which is a serum and oil combination to make hair instantly shiny and soft.  It also helps prevent split ends and prevents damage by strengthening hair.   

My hairdresser couldn't believe the difference in my hair.  Usually when I see her two months after my last visit, the ends of my hair are badly damaged.  She was a little shocked that my hair looked so good since I hadn't seen her in over two months.  While she was cutting it, she kept saying how soft it was and asked what I was using.  Of course, I was happy to let her in on my secret.

Does your hair get damaged from chemical processing or using heat styling tools?

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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.