Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In
$ 27.00A corrective leave-in powered by our patented Healthy Hair Molecule (OFPMA) and infused with silk proteins, makes hair soft, silky and strong. It transforms hair to look, act and feel like it was not damaged at all. Restore Repair Leave-In:
helps to prevent up to 93% of new split ends typically caused by styling
strengthens hair leaving it 15x stronger after just 1 use
protects against the damaging effects of UV rays
Restore Repair Leave-in is ideal for dry, damaged hair. It is silicone-free. Safe and formulated for color and chemically treated hair.
Apply 1-2 pumps to damp hair, focusing on ends. Follow with styling products. Style as usual.
Apply to dry hair in moderation for additional smoothing.
What is Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In?
A transformative leave-in for dry, damaged hair that makes it 15x stronger and prevents 93% of new split ends, so hair stays soft and smooth.
How do I use the Restore Repair Leave-In?
Apply a dime-sized amount to damp hair, focusing on ends. Follow with styling products. Style as usual.
How does Restore Repair Leave-In work?
Powered by our patented Healthy Hair Molecule (OFPMA), Restore Repair Leave-In prevents 93% of new split ends, makes hair 15x stronger after just 1 use, smoothes and corrects damaged hair cuticles so they act like new.
How much Restore Repair Leave-In should I use?
Use a small amount, no larger than the size of a small coin.
Who is Restore Repair Leave-In for?
Restore Repair Leave-In is ideal for all hair types. Silicone and oil-free. Safe for color and chemically treated hair.
How often should I use Restore Repair Leave-In?
Restore Repair Leave-In can be used as a leave-in conditioner with every wash. It is light enough to provide added conditioning so it will not weigh hair down while providing much-needed repair for the hair type that needs it most.
How is Restore Repair Leave-In different from the Perfect hair Day Fresh Cut Split End Mender?
Fresh Cut Split End Mender is meant for all hair types and specifically targeted to sealing ends. Restore Repair Leave-In is recommended for dry or damaged hair. It provides richer conditioning that targets damage sites from root to tip and helps prevent future breakage.
How does Restore Repair Leave-In fit into my routine?
On damp hair, apply before any stylers. This product is light enough to be used daily as a leave-in.
What is the fragrance in Restore Repair Leave-In?
The scent is a light citrus fragrance similar to what is found in most other Living Proof products.
Does Restore Repair Leave-In have heat protection?
Restore Repair Leave-In alone does not protect against heat. Apply it to damp hair and follow with your favorite styler or heat protector such as Restore Instant Protection Spray.
Does Restore Repair Leave-In have UV protection?
Yes, Restore Repair Leave-In does protect against UV rays.
Is Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In sulfate-free?
Is Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In silicone-free?
Is Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In paraben-free?
Is Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In oil-free?
Does Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In have proteins?
Yes, it contains hydrolyzed silk.
When and why is it important for a product to be sulfate-free?
You've probably heard a lot about sulfates and generally think they are bad for hair. You should watch out for sulfates in shampoos as when they are used in lathering, cleansing products they can strip hair of its natural surface oils, making it feel rough, dry and brittle. Sulfates can also strip the scalp of its natural oils, leading to dryness and irritation. Examples of commonly used sulfate ingredients that can be stripping include: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, and Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate. You should watch out for these in shampoos.
Sulfates do not inflict damage on hair when used in conditioners or treatments. When used in these products they actually help make hair smoother, softer and visibly healthier.
Sulfates in conditioners and treatments do not damage chemical treatments or color. Characterizing them as not good for your hair in these types of products is incorrect.