New & Improved Finesse Restore + Strengthen

Have you ever used shampoos and conditioners from Finesse? I’ve used the brand on and off throughout the years. A few years ago I was sent the Finesse Restore + Strengthen Shampoo and Conditioner and I really liked it. Well, now Finesse is coming out with a new & improved version! I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the hair products. What’s new about it? The new version will feature a hair reviving beauty boost of Camellia Oil and Active Proteins.

    • Camellia Japonica Oil (also known as Tsubaki Oil) — formerly a Japanese beauty secret — is a J-Beauty and K-Beauty favorite, typically found in high-end skincare and haircare products
      • Rich in Omega-9 Fatty Acids (80%+ Oleic Acid – one of the highest concentrations amongst oils), plus Vitamin A, B, D & E and anti-oxidants
      • Lightweight oil known to penetrate hair quickly, delivering a high level of moisturization without weighing hair down
      • Also known to strengthen hair, preventing hair breakage, split ends and frizz
    • Active Proteins include keratin — the building block of hair, as well as silk and soy
  • Results? Hair is left softer, silkier, shinier, healthier-looking, and more manageable
  • Features Finesse’ cult-favorite clean, fresh scent

I’ve been using the shampoo and conditioner for almost 2 weeks and I’m really enjoying it. I haven’t noticed my hair being any softer since I’ve started using the products, but my hair is usually naturally soft to begin with. I have noticed that I’ve had less of those pesky cold weather flyaways so it’s made my hair more manageable.

The revamped shampoo and conditioner will be available in Walgreens and Rite Aid as well as grocery stores like ShopRite and Publix in a few months!

*I  was sent these products complimentary, but all opinions are my own.*


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