I am not an expert in hair care. Sure, I used to have long hair and people used to say how well and healthy my hair looks like but that doesn't make me an expert on this field. I know, however, that even though I already had my hair cut a little bit below shoulder length, people still ask me about how I take care of my hair. Well, my know-hows are not really rocket science. In fact, it's so simple, I'm not even sure if I should still write it down. Regardless, since I already mentioned it, I might as well cover it a little bit on this post.
For one, I condition my hair everyday. After every shampoo, I make it a point that I use my trusy hair conditioner (Cream Silk). Why? I actually made a post back when I was still starting this blog on reasons why hair conditioning is important so you may wanna check it out over here. There are times, however, when I don't condition my hair. On these days, I go for hair treatment. I do it twice a week, usually during Tuesdays and Saturdays. I think it helps a lot in maintaining healthy hair especially since I colored my hair quite a few times over the past year/s.
The particular brand that I use is the Silk Secrets One Minute Hot Oil Treatment. Right now, I'm using the Milk variant/scent. It is a good product in controlling frizz and makes the hair super soft, smooth and manageable. But just like any other product with many variants, there would still be that one variant/scent that you will take a liking more than the others. For this particular brand, it would be the Peppermint scent for me.
I used it during summer season last year so it left a lasting impression since the scent is perfect when you just want to cool down from the summer heat. It does the same thing as the Milk variant. It also results to soft, smooth and manageable hair but the thing that makes it different is that it doesn't only smell minty, it also feels minty! The reason why I'm making the post now is because I've noticed that summer is fast approaching and this is actually a product that I would like for you to consider trying out for this season.
Just to clarify, though, this is not a sponsored post. I bought it with my own money at Watsons. It's also very affordable and I see no reason why you should make a pass on trying it out. Once you do, don't forget to let me know about your thoughts on the product.