Kérastase Resistance Ciment Thermique

If you’re one of those lucky bastards people with thick, healthy, shiny hair please skip this one…this post is for those less fortunate. So, if you’re not blessed with a gorgeous mane and tend to worsen the situation with heated appliances there are a few things you could do to protect your hair. Obviously the best and only completely safe thing to do would be to ditch the whole styling thing altogether…funny how similar to sex everything beauty related can be! (OMG this sounds a bit off…You’ll have to forgive me for my broken language this days. I had a little girl recently and the lack of sleep doesn’t help with this).

So, in my constant search for better hair I couldn’t skip Kérastase Resistance Ciment Thermique, probably one of the most popular hair products around.


Kérastase says:

Resurfacing and strengthening, anti-breakage blow-dry milk for damaged hair.

  • Strengthens the feel of damaged, brittle hair.
  • Thermo-seal glazing smoothes the hair and adds shine.
  • Makes hair easier to style.
  • Offers heat protection*
  • Suitable for colour-treated hair.

Yours truly claims:

  1. hair feels much smoother and somewhat stronger
  2. seems to reduce heat damage long-term
  3. nice, subtle scent
  4. doesn’t make hair (too) oily

I’d say give it a go if your hair is fine to medium with signs of heat damage. It might become your hair saver like it did for many people on MUA. I can’t say I’m completely in love with this but it was worth the money (which is around 20 quid).

Would I repurchase? Only if I don’t find anything better.

Overall: 3.5/5

Next: Tatcha – a brand worth trying?

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