Hair treatment creams serve as a multi-purpose solution for addressing tangles, frizz, and breakage. They not only impart essential moisture to your hair but also aid in smoothing it, resulting in a sleeker and shinier appearance. Furthermore, hair treatment creams provide nourishment, healing, and strength to your hair. They actively repair existing damage and offer protection to your delicate strands, safeguarding them from potential future harm. Additionally, hair treatment creams act as a shield against heat damage, making them ideal pre-styling products for your hair care routine. Browse the Liss Unlimited range, our hair care collection to combat frizz and breakage, and learn how to tame frizzy hair.
To ensure effective absorption by the hair shaft, we recommend applying hair treatment cream when your hair is damp or just lightly towel-dried. After application, simply allow your hair to dry naturally and then proceed to style it according to your desired look. Read L'Oréal Professionnel styling essentials, our selection of must-have styling products.
A conditioner primarily offers hydration to your hair but doesn't actively aid in styling. On the other hand, a hair treatment cream contains a styling element that assists in adding volume and managing your preferred style, all while delivering essential nourishment and moisture. Our hair care cream, applied before styling, also offers heat protection to safeguard your hair from heat styling tools. Our Absolut Repair Oil also comes with heat protection.
Hair treatment cream is typically applied after you've completed your shampoo and conditioning steps and before using heat protectant or other hair styling products. It's best to use leave-in hair cream on lightly towel-dried, damp hair. To apply, dispense a small amount of the cream onto your palm, rub the hair care cream between your hands, and then distribute it evenly through your damp hair. Ensure thorough coverage of all your hair strands using your fingertips.
If your hair is already adequately moisturised, it's best to limit the use of hair treatment cream to avoid over-moisturising, which can potentially lead to limp hair. Generally, using a hair care cream twice a week should be enough. On the other hand, if you have dry hair, you may need to use it more frequently up to three times a week, as dry hair often requires more moisture and hydration. Read our guide on how to treat dry hair. For those with oily hair, we recommend using hair care cream at a reduced frequency, such as once every two weeks. Adapting your usage to your specific hair type ensures optimal results and avoids any unwanted effects.