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Kerastase Premiere Decalcifying Repairing Shampoo for Damaged Hair with Citric Acid and Glycine (250ml) restores hair’s original strength* while providing up to 73% more shine**, by freeing hair from calcium build-up that leads to breakage. This repairing Shampoo is suitable for all hair types, removes excess calcium and helps repair all types of damaged hair. This includes damage by heat tools, colour treatment, bleaching, over-processing and other hair damage.
Calcium in water can further damage already delicate over-processed or bleached hair. Being more porous, damaged hair can absorb up to 3 times more calcium than natural hair. This hair treatment is formulated with a concentration of pure citric acid and glycine. It has a dual action. Firstly, it decalcifies hair from this calcium overdose and works to repair it from the inside out, restoring hair strength, and reversing its stiff, dull appearance. Once excess calcium is removed, this product penetrates the hair's inner layer, to help deeply repair the hair.
A white creamy shampoo that transforms into a luxurious foam, its dual action fights the calcium overdose from hard water that attacks your already damaged or bleached hair, leaving it dull, lifeless, and limp. It also helps restore keratin links within the hair shaft, repairing hair at the core. Hair feels smooth, manageable, and bouncy. We recommend layering Kerastase Premiere Decalcifying Repairing Shampoo on top of Kerastase Decalcifying Repairing Pre-Shampoo Treatment without rinsing first for maximum results. Finish your routine with other products from the Premiere range, like the Repairing Conditioner or the Anti-Breakage Repairing Filler Mask.
*Instrumental test on bleached hair after continued use of the full Première routine vs. non-bleached hair. **Instrumental test.
Directions of use:
- Apply on wet hair, layered on top of the Decalcifying Repairing Pre-Shampoo Treatment.
- Massage and emulsify.
- Rinse thoroughly. Follow with Premiere Conditioner or Mask