Fructis Damage Eraser – Garnier Saved My Hair #DamageEraser
Who among us hasn’t looked at their limp hair in the mirror, wishing we had a time machine so that we could go back in time and not straighten/blowdry/curl/burn our hair every chance we got? Who hasn’t tried every product under the sun to tame their damaged hair, hoping among hope that it would somehow regain some new life every time you tried a new product? Well, your answer to your hair problems is finally here, in the form of Garnier’s new Fructis Damage Eraser product.
Yeah, I know what you’ll ask. What makes this so different from every other product claiming to repair your hair? Well, for one, I’ve actually tried it – and guess what? It works. And for another, the product has the power to reconstruct your hair’s strength [from root to tip] by 90%. That’s right, 90%! It’s the latest innovation from the Garnier Fructis line, and they’ve spared no expense in perfecting the product before releasing to the public.
It’s mainly designed for dry and damaged hair, and it’s ideal for all those women [a.k.a. most of us] who have used straighteners, blow dryers, and other heating tools regularly to tame our hair. Plus, it allows us to continue doing all this to our hair without ruining it, and really, that’s the best of both worlds, isn’t it? The product comes with the Damage Eraser Shampoo and Conditioner, and the Strength Reconstructing Butter.
I’ll also go into my own personal experience with this product, and needless to say, it’s done wonders for my hair. I’m the type of person that blow dries my hair every morning for work, and then straightens it pretty much every weekend when I go out. Obviously, this hasn’t been all that good for my hair, which has gone from once voluminous and bouncy to flat and dry, and I have more split ends than I’ve ever had in my life. I had become a “Damage Criminal”. Every shampoo product that I used that claimed to combat hair damage just failed to do anything, and if anything, all the shampoo switching was probably not good for my hair in the long run. However, I started using the Fructis Damage Eraser line a week ago, and I’ve already been able to sense a noticeable difference in my hair. It’s less dry and lifeless, and I’m actually able to comb it without feeling like I’m trying to drag my brush through bristles. There’s finally some sheen to it as well, and the best thing is – I’m still blow drying my hair! Win-win, if you ask me. Plus, I’ve gotten my hair cut, and I haven’t seen any new split ends since I’ve started using the Fructis Damage Eraser shampoo. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that it also smells really, really nice.
Anyway, I highly recommend this product, and you can learn more about the Fructis Damage Eraser product line by visiting the Garnier website. Plus, you can take advantage of the brand’s limited time trial offers, which are also available on the Garnier website. Try it out for yourself!
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