Designed to go beyond daily cleansing and conditioning, an explosion of new hair-care products set out to provide targeted skin-carelike benefits. Here is a look at the latest product introductions.
DHC Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Shampoo and Treatment Launching in September, this cleansing-conditioning duo, $26 each, from the Japanese skin-care brand uses cross-category ingredients, such as ceramides for moisture retention and black pearl proteins to nourish hair. “Healthy-looking hair begins at the scalp, which can benefit from some of the same vitamins, antioxidants and moisturizers found in skin-care products,” said Miles Perdiguerra, marketing director of DHC USA. “DHC’s Coenzyme Q10 skin-care line has been hugely popular with our customers for promoting collagen and elasticity. Antioxidants help fight the free-radical damage that ages the complexion, and they can provide the same benefits for the scalp.”
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