Over the past eight weeks on our Pantene Pro-V project we've been receiving a lot of questions about the new hair care range from Pantene.
So, instead of keeping the answers secret and simply answering them via email, what better than to publish two of the most common questions and answer them on our blog?
"I have been advised to avoid using Pantene with coloured hair as it strips the colour and in fact absorbs the hair dye so when coming to wash the hair, the dye is removed leaving your hair with less defined colour. Is this true?"
The specific Pantene Colour Range is designed to help keep the colour in the hair. When using these products including the weekly Colour Seal Concentrate the colour fading is protected and the hair left shiny and healthy looking. No Product in the Pantene Pro-V collection will strip or remove the colour of your hair and are safe for colour-treated, permed hair.
If the colour of your hair looks dull and unhealthy it could be as a result of other factors such as:
- Infrequent Conditioning
- Sun exposure
- Chemically treated water in swimming pools
- Overuse of styling products
"My hairdresser/friend told me never to use Pantene as it makes your hair more susceptible to breakages and causes build up overtime. Is this true?"
Pantene is designed to be used regularly. Like other conditioning products it provides protection to the hair which helps to prevent damage and breakage and leaves the hair healthy looking and shiny. Our silicones found in the Pantene Pro-V range are lightweight and do not cause build up over time. As with all cosmetic ingredients they are safe and non-toxic and wash off easily at the next shampoo. You can use as often as desired.
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