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Kérastase Bain Force Architecte Review

If your hair is extremely damaged, intra-cylane (popularly known as Botox for hair) is the answer. Actually, scissors are the only true answer but if you want to both keep your locks and make them visibly stronger, this will help.
What is intra-cylane, anyway? Have a look at my previous post here to find out a bit more.

My hair is literally saved by this – L’Oréal Professionnel Fiberceutic hair masque (also intra-cylane based) has transformed my fine, weak and dull hair to almost average looking, relatively strong and shiny locks! Highly recommended! After raving about this for ages, I decided to get a shampoo as well. When it comes to hair care routine, less ain’t more in my book!  Kérastase Bain Force Architecte was the first intra-cylane based shampoo I came by. If you happen to know of any other, please do let me know! 🙂


Kérastase says:

”Our 1st reconstructing shampoo, with Ciment-Cylane3 Complex, for brittle and very damaged hair (erosion level 3-4).

Hair feels reinforced, stronger, with a shiny look. Apply to wet hair. Massage into the lengths and scalp. Emulsify and

rinse thoroughly. A unique combination of 3 exclusive active ingredients which bring hair repair to a new level: Intra-

Cylane + Pro-Keratine + Ceramides.”

For a serious monthly treatment use the two intra-cylane products combined and finish off with two pumps of Mythic Oil on damp hair. Hair rehab guaranteed!

For best results, I use it every 6 months for a deep fibre-filling monthly treatment!

Would I repurchase: Definitely, twice a year!

xxx, snm



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