I think I’m literally forever having issues with my hair. After getting me hair relaxed when I was 18, I’ve had to make sure I stay on top of taking care of my hair because of the fact that every six to eight weeks it gets chemically straightened. At the end of the day it saves time and is so much easier to deal with but it’s damaging for my hair so I need to find ways of restoring some sort of health back to it.
Every time I go to the hairdressers I’m always getting told I need to have a treatment, I know I actually should and it’s not just a ploy to make me pay for something extra, but I just can’t be bothered. It’s really bad. I hate spending ages in the hairdressers, so I never want to have a treatment more because of the fact that it will take time. Recently I’ve started motivating myself to do at home treatments – where I still have use of my laptop, in reach of food, the TV and peace and quiet – but they are still so time consuming and so I get bored. When I was introduced to HEAT-TREAT*, I was sold at the speed at which it could be done. I mean a hair treatment that takes less than 15 minutes?
Although the kit is aimed at anyone who thinks their hair could use some TLC that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t use it when your hair is on top form. There’s nothing wrong with some extra love is there? Not only is it easy to use, it’s reusable and so quick – this is the major win for me!
It’s so quick and simple that I don’t think there will be another treatment product that would ever be as quick as this one. In fact it’s literally just a matter of sticking the cap in the microwave for two minutes then putting it on for up to 10! But what makes it so good is that the technology is in the heat cap itself so you can use your own leave-in deep conditioning products if you don’t have any that come with the set. Think of it like a steam room in a shower cap, because that is literally what it feels like, only I sit and eat breakfast when I use it and my hair is always sooo soft afterwards!
*This post contains PR samples. All thoughts are honest and my own.