Here at Lookfantastic, we obviously have hundreds of brilliant health and beauty products to choose from on site, from countless popular and high-end brands. But how exactly do you choose which is your favourite? We know, tough one, we hear you. So, every month, we have have decided to feature a ‘Pick of the Month’ to give you somewhere to start with your shopping basket. And to start off with, July’s we have picked one of our favourite hair products that is perfect for the humid summer weather at the moment; the Super Skinny Relaxing Balm by Paul Mitchell!
The lightweight balm has previously been a Health & Beauty Award Winner, and rightly so! Its multifunctional formula can be used to relax and tame wavy, curly, frizzy and unruly hair whilst protecting against heat damage and humidity. We don’t know about you, but that definitely ticks all of our boxes for the summer weather. By smoothing down and sealing the cuticle, frizz and flyaways are tightly locked in to create a super sleek and glossy main that the sun practically bounces off.
But, the Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Relaxing Balm doesn’t stop there; it can also be used to detangle wet hair for easy combing, and its exclusive Super Skinny Complex® displaces water and compresses hair to help lower drying and styling time to get you out of your door even quicker. As much as we love the summer, we know that hair can be damaged and lacking in vital nutrients when the sun gets a hold of tresses and dries them out. But yep you guessed it; this wonder balm has even got that covered! The formula contains wheat and vegetable proteins that enter the cuticle to repair, whilst conditioning ingredients put the moisture back into dehydrated hair leaving it feeling soft, silky and smooth.
This hair beautifying balm has definitely earned its place as our first ‘Pick of the Month’, and you can find out why for yourself by heading over to Paul Mitchell’s brand page on Lookfantastic now and trying it out.
What other products have you found yourself reaching for the most this month?