The owners of hair salons like to go for Kerastase Elixir Ultime Oils. Do they make the right choice? Check out what Oleo-Complexe conceals and the way golden Kerastase hair oil works.
Hair oil treatment is getting more and more popular and it’s not just because of the craze for the natural beauty care. It’s because of the hair benefits, too. Especially when you use as universal hair oil as Kerastase Elixir Ultime. It’s the most popular out of the luxury oil range.
Kerastase Elixir Ultime – ingredients
The product features a good set of substances that are very effective. This is what makes Kerastase Elixir Ultime so popular among professionals – they know which hair type is going to like the Oleo-Complexe which is the set of four natural vegetable oils:
- Pracaxi Oil (delivering the resistance)
- Camellia Oil (smoothing)
- Argan Oil (protecting)
- Corn Oil (nourishing)
Still, the composition of Kerastase is something more than natural vegetable oils. Sadly, you can’t apply it to the scalp and extremely sensitive hair because it contains strong preservatives, overburdening silicones and alcohol which may intensify hair dryness. The composition of Kerastase Elixir Ultime isn’t all-natural.
How does Kerastase hair oil work?
Kerastase Elixir Ultime Oleo-Complexe is a universal hair oil that’s successful in daily and occasional care of normal, thick, fine, straight, curly, damaged or frizzy hair. It’s hard to say if being universal is an asset.
Regularly used, the oil fulfils its task which means it:
- delivers an in-depth nourishing,
- defines the natural hair sheen,
- adds softness and ensures easy brushing.
Contrary to the opinions, Kerastase Elixir Ultime isn’t a hair repair treatment. It just makes hair stronger and bouncier so if your hair is extremely damaged, it may fail to bring desired effects (even if you use the method that enhances results – apply an hour or more before washing).