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ApHogee 2-Step Protein Treatment and Balanced Moisturizer
Size: 1 oz.
Sally Item # SBS-670567
- Online Price: $3.99
- Beauty Club Card $3.59
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Available In Sally Stores
- Use for hair that is:
- Too weak or fine to take a perm or relaxer
- Will not hold color
- Is over bleached
- Breaks when combed or brushed
- Is mushy when wet and brittle after drying
This unique treatment is formulated with magnesium and modified proteins which fuse into the hair with the application of heat. The result is that breakage is drastically reduced. During the process, ApHogee treatment hardens into the hair, dramatic evidence that something special is occurring. Restores lost moisture and hair becomes more manageable, flexible and strong. Breakage and split ends stop while hair looks and feels better.
For best results a hooded dryer is required.
WATER (AQUA, EAU) STEARALKONIUM CHLORIDE GLYCERIN CETYL ALCOHOL MINERAL OIL (PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM, HUILE MINERALE) CETEARYL ALCOHOL TOCOPHERYL ACETATE PANTHENOL HYDROLYZED VEGETABLE PROTEIN PG-PROPYL SILANETRIOL MAURITIA FLEXUOSA FRUIT OIL SILK AMINO ACIDS SALVIA OFFICINALIS (SAGE) LEAF EXTRACT ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA (MATRICARIA) FLOWER EXTRACT PHYTANTRIOL PROLINE ALANINE POLYSORBATE 60 PETROLATUM STEARYL ALCOHOL TRIMETHYLSILOXYAMODIMETHICONE TRYPTOPHAN SQUALANE COLLAGEN AMINO ACIDS ALLANTOIN CYCLOTETRASILOXANE ACETAMIDE MEA C11-15 PARETH-7 TRIDECETH-12 C12-16 PARETH-9 CYCLOPENTASILOXANE PROPYLENE GLYCOL DMDM HYDANTOIN DISODIUM EDTA FRAGRANCE (PARFUM)
ApHogee 2-Step Protein Treatment and Balanced Moisturizer 54 54
It really works I bleach, need i say more. This product helps me keep my hair long without dramatic breakage. Helps keep my blonde locks nice and long and most of all Strong... It works! March 9, 2015
Saved my hair I bleached my hair 4 times in 1 month, it has always been dry but after the bleaching it was a nightmare, mushy, extremely dry, it felt like noodles, it was so bad I couldn't even comb it. I tried a lot of treatments and although they worked a little it wasn't what I was looking for so I decided to cut it (I had shoulder lenght and ended with a pixie cut) but it was still damaged, and then I found this product so I decided to give it a try after reading the reviews and doing some research. WOW, I didn't have high expectations because I thought that my only solution was to shave my head, but this worked so good, I followed the directions carefully and after washing it out I could feel the difference, I was able to comb my hair again!!! It's still damaged but I knew that it would take more than one application. I'm now in the 5th week and I can't wait to use it again, even my husband felt the difference. I would definitely recommend this product, actually I tell all my friends about it. It does smells a little but it's not that bad. I'm really sensitive and some scents cause me migraines but this didn't. March 8, 2015
AWESOME PRODUCT!!! THIS PRODUCT WORKED WONDERFULLY ON MY HAIR!!! I WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT TO A FRIEND. BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT MY HAIR WAS VERY DRY AND BRITTLE. NOW ITS MUCH HEALTHIER!!! I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR THIS PRODUCT! IT'S WORTH EVERY PENNY!!! November 5, 2014
Miracle Product So, I, like many of you, dyed and fried the life out of my hair. My hair was straw and stretchy. I found this product at Sally Beauty so I decided to try it. Step one is a bit smelly, but not bad. Make sure you apply it quickly because it turns into a honey-like substance. A don't have a salon overhead dryer so I used my hand dryer as best as I could. Once it's dried your hair will be very stiff. Don't move your hair once it's stiff! Then you hop in the shower and apply the conditioner. I was told to leave the conditioner in for 5 minutes and it turned out really nice. Use once every 6 weeks. My hair, though still damaged, feels noticeably better even 4 weeks later. October 8, 2014
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A:I use it once a week and it leaves my hair feeling soft and beautiful.
I bleached my hair twice, in the last two months. The first time I died my hair pink, and purple, the semi-color didn't stay very well. Than I decided to go red, and used a permanent red dye, the dye washed out in a week, I decided to try another red and see if it stuck, no such luck. Now the red is washing out pretty quickly so I've decided to go back to my natural color which is very dark brown to black, but I want to make sure the dye I use will stay in my hair and evenly coat it. Please help.
A:When you lighten your hair you remove color pigment from it so there are small "potholes" so to speak which allow for any new pigment introduced to fall out more quickly. The best way to prevent this from happening is to wash your hair with cold water, use only sulfate free color safe shampoos and if you're wanting to go back to a dark color get a "filler" that reintroduces some of the pigments that you had naturally prior to lightening. This will help you hair seem healthier and ensure the color will last longer.
A:You should probably strip all color from your hair first, then let it rest for a week. Then you should be able to apply whatever color you want and it will stick. Just be very careful about any conditioners you apply before coloring. In the past, i have found that taking any antibiotics within a week or so before coloring my hair gave me very poor results. You might check out any medications you take. They might be impacting your hair color results.
A:Ion Swimmer's shampoo & conditioner are just that. They are NOT a filler. I'm not a professional, but had a problem in the past with coloring my hair blonde for years & finally decided to go back to my natural color. It would wash out after about 2 washes until I used a filler. Ask the staff at Sally's what filler & hair color that they recommend to get back to a darker hair color. I only had to use a filler once. But I also used Porosity Control conditioner for a couple months afterwards & have had no trouble since--it has been years now.
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