Friday, March 6, 2015

911 Emergency Pak: Reconstructor for Damaged Hair Review

When I saw this I definitely wanted to try it out. I have waist long hair and when you have long hair like I do, you tend to have split ends and dry damaged hair.
So reading that this is for dry and damaged hair and even help to repair my damaged hair. 
This is a thick creamy consistency and has a nice light sweet floral scent. 
I apply to wet hair for about 5 minutes and it leaves my hair silky soft. 
The following day I also know I am going to have a good hair day. I have been using it a couple times a week. 
I also enjoy the packaging as well. The squeeze bottle is great and I also like when conditioners are packaged this way. I can be sure that I am going to use all of the conditioner and not waste any.  .

Product Description
Hayashi Worldwide, founded in 1985, is the manufacturer of System 911 products. All products are made in the USA! System 911 products address the special needs of chemically treated and heat damaged hair. A unique reconstructing conditioning system that makes an immediate improvement in your hair’s overall health, leaving it silky, shiny and manageable. Each product from this collection provides unmatched effectiveness. System 911 products bring dry, damaged and chemically treated hair back to life!

  • 911 Emergency Pak: Hair that is extremely damaged, dry, brittle, over processed, permed or color treated needs the instant relief of 911 Emergency Pak. An amazing, fast-acting reconstructive, moisturizing formula that repairs the hair on contact. Experience silky, shiny, healthier hair! No protein build up means it’s safe enough for daily use; effective enough for monthly use. How to use it: Replace as your regular hair mask. After shampooing, apply to palm of hands, rub hands together, then apply to wet hair, working from ends to roots. Apply more as needed for full, even coverage. Leave on for up to 15 minutes for full effect and then rinse out.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.