Matrix has always been dedicated to healthy hair, and its new Re-Bond System is no exception.
The Re-Bond 3-Step Strength Rehab System is part of the line of Matrix Total Results. The Re-Bond reconstructs damaged hair at the deepest level—actually repairing the structural bonds that are destroyed during chemical services. This repair system is packed with an unprecedented amount of active ingredients to help fortify weakened, over-processed hair. Hair is left revitalized, repaired, strong, smooth and manageable. The Re-Bond improves every strand while maintaining hair's resilience. This means that clients who love changing their color and use hot tools daily no longer have to fear hair damage damage.
The regimen for extremely damaged hair from chemical services and heat styling is as follows:
- The Re-Bond Shampoo. Powered by citric acid, removes unwanted product build-up “cleansing the canvas” for the subsequent steps. Apply on damp hair, lather, and rinse. Use daily.
- The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner. Infused with maleic acid, reconstructs weak bonds. Apply thoroughly on wet hair, leave on for five minutes, and do not rinse. Use 1 time per week.
- The Re-Bond Conditioner. Thanks to high concentrations of taurine, the final step in the Re-Bond system perfects and sustains bond resilience leaving hair strong, healthy and as good as new! Layer over the Pre-Conditioner Step-2 then rinse and style as desired. Use daily.
The Re-Bond will repair internal strength after damage from 3 previous lightening services, offering a next-generation solution for over processed hair. It can be alternated with any Total Results care and styling system and is an ideal take home regimen after any in-salon haircolor or lightening service.
“Total Results The Re-Bond is the perfect hair care regimen for clients who always want the latest in haircolor. With The Re-Bond, we can color on and on,” said Matrix Artistic Director Chrystofer Benson.
The system will be available in salons on March 1, but you can order it already through Ulta and JCP's websites.
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