Unlisted Brand • Salerm Energy Hair Regenerator • Treatments
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Wowwww!!! This stuff is magic in a vial!!! I can not say enough good things about it. I decided to give these a try because my hair was seriously damaged. I went for it eventhough I couldn't find more than two reviews for it, and they weren't very detailed. Well I know Salerm products are amazing, and the product description sounded promising and I said "what the heck", I'll give it a try. THANK GOD I DID.
So this is the description at Bluebeez.com:
ENERGY HAIR REGENERATOR
It's a hard hitting treatment which provides the active substances necessary for the correct working of the pilous follicle. It accelerates the normalization of the scalp and capillary bulb. Suitable as a fast acting treatment in the case of hair lacking in vitality or malnourished. Its formula has now been improved by the incorporation of not only the active stimulating Serenoa Serulata extract, but also natural liquid hair which effectively reconstructs the capillary keratin. Ceramides have also been added to maintain the cohesion between the hair's various keratin layers, resulting in shinier, healthier, full bodied locks.
DIRECTIONS : Apply to recently washed hair massaging gently. Do not rinse. Style as usual. It can be used daily in cases where hair loss is severe.
Ok, so I have type 3b hair, which I managed to seriously damage. I used to always blow dry, then flat iron my hair, and it always held up pretty well. I also used to chemicaly texturize my hair with Rusk Radical Anti-curl wich I love. Problem is, when you chemicaly alter your hair in anyway, a flat iron is just not your best friend. Hair is already sensitized and weaken as it is by the chemical treatment. So the flat iron, wich is damaging in itself, will now cause hell to your hair. However, I took good care of it. I used a good flat iron. Sedu, which has tourmaline ceramic plates. Used protein treatments and good deep condtioners, and always Redken Heat Glide when flat ironing to protect from heat. My hair managed to look beautiful regardless of the hell I put it through. But I would still have to trim my hair every 8 weeks or so.
Well I moved to the caribean, and hair products here are twice, sometimes three times as much as in the states. Not to mention, not as easy to find. So I stoped doing the protein treatments, and the deep conditioning, and continued to used my flat iron all the time. To top it all off, it was time to re-do my Rusk anti-curl, and I overporcessed my hair. It didn't look that bad at first, but oh boy did I see it later. Not only did my hair look like straw, but it got so thin, I could see my scalp when standing under a light and looking in the mirror. It also looked stringy, lifeless, dull, flat, stiff, brittle. It looked like I had lost 50% of my hair. I WAS FREAKING OUT!!! I stopped using the flat iron and any chemicals in my hair for two years. I would only blow dry once a week. My hair thickened up a bit, It wasn'st as brittle, and it was shining again. However, my natural curl was never the same. I could not explain this. How can this be? I haven't straighten or flat iron in two years. This is all virgin hair. If left to air dry, it would dry stiff, and stringy and a mess. Hardly any curl to it. And it sill didn't look healthy. My hair had lost its elasticity, which means major protein loss.
So I decided to do major damaged control. So this is what I did:
1.Got myself a bottle of Peter Lamas sulfate free shampoo. Since I have a part in my frontal hairline that the hair keeps falling out, I got the chinisse herb shampoo, wich I alternate with the Rice protein shampoo. The herb shampoo itself does not leave your hair feeling moisturized or feeling soft. But that's not what I got it for, is it? I leave that to my conditioner. I wanted to strengten my hair and scalp and help with re-growth, wich I find it does.
2. I got a Tub of Salerm Wheat Germ hair mask.
3. I got a 32 vial pack of Salerm Energy hair regenerator.
OMG, what a difference. The first time I used the regenerator, it was nothing to write home about. So I had soft shiny hair, but I had other products that could do that. But by my third vial, it was hair heaven! I have my stylist put the vial in my hair, with a little Salerm 21 B5 leave in treatment before blow drying. My hair was bouncy, shiny, it had volume and no frizz. It was super soft, and when I looked at it closely, it didn't have those tiny bends I would see on the individual hair strands. And the best part: I could no longer see my scalp when standing under a light!!! The hair thickened up (in diameter). OMG I will use this stuff forever. The more I use it the better it gets. I use one vial a week. And I get it from Bluebeez.com, they have the best prices for Salerm.
I have since then added a protein treatment (highly recomend Joico K-pak deep penetrating reconstructor) and Organinc Virgin coconut oil(which I will be reviewing separately. The oil is amazing) to my hair routine and OMG!!! I can't stop running to the mirror to look at my hair. I can't believe that hair is mine. It looks thick, full, shiny, healtly, straight, bouncy, smooth!!! My hair has elasticity again. I have hair comercial locks!!!!! My curls are back. Oh, and my frontal bald spot is filling in!!! And I'm only on my fifth vial!
Sorry about the long post, but since I myself could not find the detail I needed, I wanted to let you know as much detail as possible. I know how distresing this situation can be to a girl. So I hope this helps someone in need out there. Good luck, and if you're thinking about it, DON'T!!! Just get ti!!!