Brunette woman applying a deep conditioner

The festive season is always worth looking forward to – but it does come with a downside. With non-stop parties, continuous hair styling and cold winter weather, it’s no surprise that your hair can feel a little dry and dull come January.

Luckily, with the right products, and our top tips and tricks, you can revive your locks back to full health in no time.

1. Gently cleanse with a detox shampoo

If your hair’s been working overtime while you’ve been burning the candle at both ends, start with a detoxing shampoo.

Our Detox & Repair Shampoo instantly purifies and revitalises stressed, damaged hair to leave it smooth, shiny and ready to style. Its antioxidant-rich formula creates the perfect foundation for visible repair - finish with Detox & Repair Conditioner to give your hair the nourishment and moisture it needs.

Woman gently washing her hair with a clarifying shampoo

2. Remove product build-up with a scalp scrub

Scalp scrubs are a gentle but hardworking way to remove product build-up and give your hair a deep clean.

Our Detox & Repair Deep Cleansing Scrub exfoliates and purifies your roots to remove excess oil and product residue, and lifts impurities to improve the look and the feel of your hair.

Scalp scrubs work best when you section off your hair and softly massage your scalp with the scrub - make sure you apply a hydrating conditioner to your lengths after you rinse to leave your hair in tip-top condition.

Woman washing her hair and scalp with a scalp scrub

3. Use a hair mask

Hair masks are a quick and simple way to intensely moisturise and care for dry, stressed hair - and our Detox & Repair Masque infuses lifeless hair with energy and shine.

Its rich, nourishing formula is made with antioxidant-rich green tea and avocado oil and leaves hair smooth, hydrated and ready for styling.

Woman combing a detoxifying hair masque through her hair

4. Protect your hair when you use heat styling tools

If you use heat to style your hair, you’ll know that straighteners, blow-drying and curling wands can take their toll on your tresses.

The best way to protect your hair from heat damage is to use a heat-protecting spray – spritz our Detox & Repair Care & Protect Spray onto damp hair before styling to protect and smooth your hair.

It strengthens hair, protects it from breaking, and minimises the risk of split ends - as well as gently detangling.

Woman using straightners on her long, brunette hair

5. Repair split ends with a small trim

It’s important to remember that there’s no cure for split ends - and sometimes the best course of action is to book in a trim with your stylist to give your hair the TLC it deserves.

If they’re not dealt with, split ends will worsen over time - they no longer have a smooth cuticle covering them, so they will snag on other, healthy hairs, and eventually split all the way up the shaft.

Blonde woman having her hair blow dried and styled in a salon

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