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Can This Salon Treatment Really Restore Damaged Hair?

Our friend Courtney has gorgeous natural waves and sunny-golden highlights, but she's been trying to grow her hair out. She's worried that heat styling and previous experiments with hair color have left her hair too damaged. Enter L'Oréal Professionnel's new Fiberceutic salon treatment (from $35–$55), which promises to fully reconstruct and strengthen damaged hair in three treatments (along with an at-home mask to maintain the results). We took Courtney to San Francisco's Bibbo Salon and Spa, where stylist Bibbo Sabb administered the initial round of Fiberceutic. Curious to see whether it made a difference? To see Courtney after her treatment, and find out what Fiberceutic actually does, just keep reading.

According to Sabb, Fiberceutic uses a proprietary compound called Intra-Cylane that's designed to plug holes and cover gaps in the hair's cuticle. Basically, when applied to wet hair, Intra-Cylane has a chemical reaction with water. It gets absorbed into hair, where it changes from a liquid to a solid and "fills out" the hair shaft again.

As for Courtney: After her first round of Fiberceutic, she says her hair feels softer and smoother; although, she has two more treatments to go before she'll see her final results. Check out her after-treatment photo below, and watch this space next month to see the results of her second round.

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MaryDoesHair85 MaryDoesHair85 4 years
The only difference I see here is a good salon blow out. (which totally looks great on her) However, I feel that only way to see if there were any structural change to the hair itself, is to put the hair under magnification and post that.
DyaniRae DyaniRae 4 years
Yeah...It looks nice enough now, but it would be great if we could get a photo sans the salon blowuot.
magickofreiki magickofreiki 4 years
Was her hair cut and colored as well at the salon? Also, I would like to see a comparison of her hair in it's natural wavy texture as the "after" photo. No matter what the condition of your hair, after a stylist properly blow dries it, it's going to look smooth and healthy (not necessarily b/c of the hair treatment).
GummiBears GummiBears 4 years
BTW I am not seeking to straighten it just to tame the frizz and damage since my hair is fragile.
GummiBears GummiBears 4 years
Will this work on curly hair?
GummiBears GummiBears 4 years
Will this work on curly hair?
DirtFlirt DirtFlirt 4 years
If this really does work it will be GREAT for those of us that can't afford the Brazilian Blowouts and such!!!
Elka-Karl Elka-Karl 4 years
Looks great!
Elka-Karl Elka-Karl 4 years
Looks great!
Marian55 Marian55 4 years
Whoa! Looks good! I can't wait to hear about the final results!
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