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Beautiful Hair with Bain de Terre!! #Giveaway #DamageRepair

Hair care is one of the most important aspects of a beauty routine, I believe. For me, having healthy hair is very important. I rarely use heat styling tools, and try to avoid certain chemicals and such in my products. Sometimes though, my hair still ends up getting damaged, from sun (Spring-Fall I'm outside a lot!) and such. Over the winter I've noticed a big difference in my hair; it's been very frizzy, tangles easily, and just overall lost some of it's normal easy-care aspect. When Bain de Terre offered to send me a shampoo and conditioner from their new Damage Repair line, I was excited!



With just one use of the Shea Butter and Wild Ginger Shampoo and Conditioner,  pretty much fell in love. The first thing you notice is the fragrance; it has a wonderful ginger scent that is amazing! The shampoo leaves my hair feeling clean, but without that dried out, nasty feeling. I like that the conditioner doesn't require several minutes to sit in your hair to work; simply apply, I let it sit for about a minute, then rinse. I have never used a conditioner that you can literally feel getting absorbed like this one! Most times when I rinse after conditioning, you can feel the conditioner draining away with the water. With the BdT Damage Repair conditioner however, it literally soaks into your hair. And the results afterwards? Beautiful, healthy hair! This is the only shampoo/conditioner set I've ever used that I don't need to also use a leave-in conditioner with. Just the shampoo and conditioner are enough to keep my hair moisturized and healthy! I will say, I am hoping Bain de Terre also puts out some styling and/or leave in products in this line though, just so you can keep the ginger scent in your hair longer! :)



To purchase your own set of these great hair care products, visit Loxa Beauty. You'll also find Bain de Terre's other products for various hair care and styling needs.


Bain de Terre Shea Butter & Wild Ginger Damage Repair Shampoo 
Bain de Terre's Shea Butter & Wild Ginger Damage Repair Shampoo luxuriously cleanses and helps repair the damage of one month of blow-dries. A lush, paraben-free, reparative shampoo infused with shea butter, wild ginger, precious argan and monoi oils, that lavish hair in soft, sumptuous, silky perfection. Made for heat damaged hair. 
Bain de Terre Bain de Terre Shea Butter & Wild Ginger Damage Repair Conditioner
Bain de Terre's Shea Butter & Wild Ginger Damage Repair Conditioner richly conditions and repairs the damage of one month of blow-dries.A lush, paraben-free, reparative conditioner infused with shea butter, wild ginger, precious argan and monoi oils, that lavish hair in soft, sumptuous, silky perfection. For heat damaged hair.


One of my readers will receive a set of Bain de Terre Shea Butter and Ginger Shampoo and Conditioner!!


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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
I like the China Glaze Lights nail polish.
Darlene said…
I would also like the Pevonia Collagen Moisturizer
Marisa said…
I'd also like to try their Sorme Exfoliating Fruit Cleanser
pmj said…
The jasmine blow dry creme would be a nice product to try.
Rusthawk said…
Bain de Terre Green Tea Thickening Shampoo
latanya t said…
Joico Color Balance Purple Conditioner
andrea v said…
Hempz Fresh Coconut & Watermelon Herbal Body Moisturizer

Leela said…
Sorme Exfoliating Fruit Cleanser.
kelly tupick said…
I would love to try the Sorme Mineral Illusion Oil-Free Luminous Foundation - Vanilla Beige.
Angela said…
I would try the dry shampoo
Cherie M said…
I would love to try Bain de Terre
Bain de Terre Infinite Hold Firm Finishing Spray.
Steph said…
I like the Bain de Terre Rise n' Shine Volumizing Foam.
Unknown said…
bain de terre almond oil
bettycd said…
I'd like to try the OPI Treatment & Finish RapiDry Spray Nail Polish Dryer
Brandi Dawn said…
I would also like to try the Hempz Original Herbal Body Moisturizer.
Nancy said…
I'd also like to try their Sorme Micro-Derma Peel Creme.
Karin said…
I want to try the Bain de Terre Rise n' Shine Volumizing Foam.
scatteredleaves said…
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Unknown said…
I would love to try the Married to the Mauve nail polish

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