Magazines will be the death of me. A few months ago I was flipping through a magazine, I think it was Jewel, and once I hit the beauty section I was oh so happy because they were featuring hair products I had never heard of. After reading their reviews I was determined to get the GHD Remedy Cream generally sold for $27. I told myself I would go to Sephora by the end of the week and pick it up, but my trip was in vein because it was not being sold at Sephora. Trying not to panic I thought of the backup stores that could possibly have this product but nope, no remedy cream there either. Just imagine me on a city street breaking out in a cold sweat because I couldn't find the product I just knew I would have in my hands that Friday. I searched the Internet and came up with a bunch of seedy sites that I knew would never see my credit card number so I had no idea how I would get the cream. Finally, I was in a new beauty supply store and there it was on the shelf in all of its glory looking down at me from the top shelf.
This remedy cream is supposed to "de-stress your hair", and prevent breakage. The most impressive write up about this product is that it is supposed to target and strengthen your strands where they need the most help. I thought well what a smart little product. I tried it and it does bond to my hair without any sticky buildup or crunchiness added to my strands. Something about my hair
I am really not a person with tons of split ends but if I want to find one I know where to look, my front bang area. I have no idea why that place is split end central for me but it is. I have been applying GHD to my bang and viola no longer can I easily find a split on my bangs. Now I do use quite a few things on my hair but I will go ahead and attribute my new no split zone to GHD remedy cream, now sold at Sephora ONLINE only.
Have you tried this product? How do you keep split ends at bay?