by Maegan Porto
Aloetherapy- The Healing Product
If there’s anything I’ve learned over the years, it’s that you get what you pay for. You know when you get a car for an unbelievable price and you wonder how you managed that? Chances are, over time you’ll realize it has more problems than you thought and next thing you know, you’re spending more money to fix it than what you would’ve paid for a great car. This is also true with hair products. There are a few decent drugstore hair products out there but for the most part, you’re paying for chemicals you can’t pronounce, diluted with a whole lot of water! I used to be the queen of collecting drugstore products until I realized just how much build up they were creating on my hair. The difference in the texture of hair after using Eufora products is impeccable. Eufora’s entire line is based in cold- pressed, pharmaceutical grade aloe vera, with the exception of a few styling products. Not only does this mean the shampoos and conditioners are not diluted with water, BUT it is actually ten times better for your scalp and skin. Being that it is winter, and everything gets dry, flaky and itchy, Eufora’s Aloetherapy line is a life saver! Aloetherapy is amazing for almost any type of scalp, skin or hair. This entire line can be used on both your hair and body! If you suffer from eczema, psoriasis, dry scalp, dandruff or generally have sensitive skin, I would HIGHLY recommend investing in this line. I have done weekly treatments on clients with dry, scaly scalps with Aloetherapy and within weeks it was almost completely gone. Although, this depends on how severely dry your scalp is and how religious you are about doing these treatments! I would also recommend seeing a doctor just in case. The Aloetherapy line consists of four different products, the Aloetherapy Soothing Hair and Body Cleanse, Aloetherapy Soothing Conditioner, Aloetherapy Moisture Mist, Aloetherapy Soothing Body Moisturizer and Soothing Lip Moisturizer. These products are all very rich and viscus so a little goes a long way. Make sure to apply the conitioner to the scalp as it is key in moisturizing the scalp and soothing itchiness!
For more tips on how to aid your winter hair and scalp dilemmas, refer to last year’s blog: http://lucidohairstudio.ca/winter-hair-wars/
Images courtesy of eufora.com