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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
In Stock Online
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.
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I'm relieved beyond explanation because of aphogee I bought this product because I recently bleached my hair to the point of no return (or so I thought). I did two bleaching sessions in the course of a day, as I usually do, but this time my hair just gave in and it was destroyed. I made the stupid mistake of using 40 volume bleach and horribly overestimated my hair's ability to stand up to the damage. My hair was gummy, mushy, and stretchy when I washed the bleach out and was breaking off in clumps when I combed it. Needless to say I was hysterical at the loss of so much hair and convinced that I'd have to do the big chop and lose the rest of it. However, after using this treatment along with a deep conditioner, my hair is no longer falling out and feels almost normal again! I feel like after another treatment in 4 or so weeks it will be much closer to normal. I'm ecstatic about the results from this product! August 2, 2014
Life Saver! Well, let's just say my hair was a hot mess. I natural have dark brown hair wavy/curly hair. And I dyed at red at least 15 time to get the desired red color I wanted. My hair was damaged but not as bad as it after I bleached it. I decided to bleach my hair 6 time back to back. ( WORST MISTAKE EVER) Then dyed it pink. After the that color rinsed put I didn't really take care my and continued to dye my hair. My hair after taking a break was very frizzy, dry/brittle. I shed about a hand full of hair everytime I would comb/ brush it. I tried different shampoos, treatments, everything and nothing worked like this did. It has kind of a weird smell in the first packet but it's worth it. My hair feels so much softer and thicker. I LOVE THIS. It really did save my hair. January 3, 2014
Exactly What My Hair Needed This is my new favorite thing to help fix my damaged hair. Ive been looking for a product for a year now that could fix my hair from root to tip. Ive tried keratin conditioners, oil treatments, co washing, wen, and nothing helped my hair. I noticed as soon as i washed it out of my hair, that it felt stronger and not rough on the ends! Needless to say I was beyond happy. I feel so much more confident now. If this can fix my hair that been bleached about 5 times, it can fix yours. February 24, 2013
Decent I recently fried my hair by over bleaching/lightening to get my yellow hair to white platinum blonde (which I have yet to achieve.) My hair was so fried it started to curl on its OWN after washing and drying with a hair dryer. I couldn't even get a brush through it. Breaking off like no ones business; i looked like a poodle that hasn't seen a groomer in years It was that BAD! So I reviewed the previous reviews and thought what could it hurt? This was supposed to be for breakage which I clearly had. So I gave it a shot. The 1st pack stinks! The smell is horrible but its nothing that isn't manageable. You shake up the packet to mix everything, then saturate your hair all over. I have bra line length hair and 1 packet barely covered everything. After its saturated, it starts to become very sticky and its easy to pull and tangle your hair if you don't use caution. Then you blow dry your hair with a dryer. This makes it very stiff - like you have used gel and it tells you do not touch it at all during this process. once it is dry you then can rinse it out and put on step 2 which is just a conditioner that you leave in for 2 minutes and rinse. After this whole process it did help my hair, but I still have breakage - BUT not as much. So I would say maybe 2 runs at this would work better if you have hair like mine, but if your hair is not as bad then 1 time should be just fine. January 16, 2013
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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: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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