The know-hows at Kérastase have launched its latest product range, Résistance Thérapiste, which is sure to bring your client’s damaged mane back to life from the inside out.
What it does: The Résistance Thérapiste line repairs the fibres of very damaged or over-processed hair, leaving your client’s mane feeling velvety soft. Since it works from the internal structure of the hair outwards, the line increases fibre strength while also reducing the number of split ends in as little as 10 uses. The Soin Premier Thérapist conditioner protects fibres before shampooing with Bain Thérapiste, while Résistance Thérapiste collection also features a rich Masque Thérapiste and oil-based cream-textured Sérum Thérapiste to seal and deliver a noticeably soft finish.
How it works: As keratins break apart over time when hair is damaged or over-processed, keratin associated proteins (KAPs), the small proteins linking keratins in the cortex of the fibre, also disappear. The Résistance Thérapiste fibre restoration system uses a FIBRA-KAP compound to create KAPs by mixing SP94, a gluco-peptide providing hair follicles with energy, with six amino acids which attach themselves to the damaged areas of your client’s hair, and a wheat protein to restore smoothness.
Best use: With two customized routines for fine and thick hair, Kérastase optimizes in-salon and at-home product use. For your fine-haired clients, use Kérastase’s Soin Premier Thérapiste conditioner before shampooing with the semi-solid gel Bain Thérapiste to avoid weighing down hair fibres. Thick-haired clients can follow up shampooing with Bain Thérapiste with the Masque Thérapiste. To finish, apply two small pumps of Sérum Thérapiste to through the ends of your client’s towel-dried tresses before styling.