They're key to maintaining healthy hair all summer long.
Summer’s arrival means several things: warmer weather, longer days, post-work happy hours. But the season’s heat and humidity can wreak havoc on your hair and scalp. If you want to protect your strands from damage, dullness, and dryness, it’s important to use hair serums and treatments that nourish your strands from root to end. Below, we’ve rounded up the best products to combat the summer elements, regardless of your hair type, texture, or concern. Read on for the best serums and treatments for your healthiest summer hair yet.
The key to full, thick hair? A healthy scalp. Thanks to the active ingredient ProCelinyl, this Revela serum wakes up dormant hair follicles to combat shedding, thinning, and hair loss. Plus, its lightweight formula won’t leave behind a greasy residue or weigh down your hair.
This treatment is packed with ingredients like hyaluronic acid, cotton seed extract, and plant-based protein to reduce breakage, smooth strands, and boost moisture levels.
Formulated with Tsubaki and meadowfoam seed oil, this leave-in conditioner restores shine, imparts moisture, and softens hair without the slightest hint of heavy product buildup.
This leave-in styling serum contains red algae extract: an antioxidant-rich ingredient that helps add elasticity and shine while protecting hair from damaging free radicals.
This multi-tasking hair product harnesses mango butter, hydrolyzed quinoa protein, and argan oil to define curls, detangle knots, and keep hair soft and smooth.
Created with the idea that our scalp is an extension of our skin, this hair smoothing and softening treatment is formulated with ingredients typically seen in skincare products like peptides, amino acids, vitamins, and lipids. You’ll also find hydrating rambutan fruit extract, strengthening biotin, and moisturizing vitamin B5 in the formula.
Infused with hydrolyzed rice protein, kukui seed oil, and coconut oil, Bumble and bumble’s Thickening Plumping Mask boosts hair volume, blocks frizz, and repairs split ends.
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