I admit - it's a chore to maintain smooth and good-looking hair. People ask me what's the secret to my shiny hair, despite going through the damage of having so many chemicals touch it. I say, NOBODY is born with the perfect hair, you have to work hard for what you want. That is why owning good hair care products is the answer!
You got to admit that our manes are partly what boosts our self-confidence. Even if you're wearing the most gorgeous outfit, you won't look complete without the fabulous-looking hair. Recently, I've started to pay more attention on that part by using the Dr. Qu line of hair care products! Wanted to go for a more organic alternative for the longest time.
Manufactured in Singapore, Dr. Qu is a cult Asian skincare brand that is highly sought after in countries like Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and USA. Its products have undergone stringent checks and have received the stamp of approval from Japanese and American authorities, guaranteeing it as a safe product of quality. It's call to fame is its ability to heal skin from problems caused by Demodex (a hair follicle mite) like acne rosacea, eczema, other skin irritations, fungal diseases and hair loss. In a survey conducted, it was found that 97.68% of adult males and female have Demodex!? :O
Dr. Qu Hairlth Wash
Dr. Qu's line of herbal-based skincare products is infused with Demodicidin, a unique formulation of scientific technology and traditional Chinese medicine, designed to stop Demodex and prevent them from causing damage to the skin. The Dr. Qu skincare range provides nourishment to the skin and hair while restoring it to its original colour and natural beauty. It also helps to slow down the skin cell aging process. Many who have tried Dr. Qu's products now swear by it as their go-to brand to help with their skin/hair!
The Dr. Qu Hairlth Wash is herbal based and enriched with nutrients to enhance hair and scalp metabolism, keeping it healthy. It also contains effective anti-dandruff properties and hair conditioner. It is said to promote metabolism, strengthens immunity, prevent disease and also prolongs lifespan!
If you have scalp that are oily like mine, you can use it more often!
The lather is not the foamy type with bubbles and all that stuff I'd like. However, I have to say that I've got an itchy scalp that annoys the hell out of me and this shampoo did aid in controlling the itch! My dandruff also showed significantly reduction. I like the fact that it's herbal, which also translates to lesser artificial chemical ingredients and more natural ones!
Dr. Qu Hairlth Conditioner
I cannot stress enough how important a conditioner plays in smooth-looking hair! Conditioners really do wonders upon application, tried and tested myself. I was away on holiday recently, and one of the hotels I stayed in didn't provide hair conditioners! The next few days, the ends of my hair looked like it was deprived of moisture like a dry land or something. I felt horrible going out with my hair like that!
Natural herbal based conditioning product, the hairlth conditioner is designed to provide lasting protection and vital hydration to hair on a day to day basis. It is engineered to give you maximum protection against damage from UV radiation, heat, chemical treatments and daily styling, through quick and easy application.
A pump or two is enough to provide the hydration for my hair. Apply and lather generously on the wet hair ends. The trick is the longer you leave it on, the more optimal the results!
The Dr Qu Hairlth Conditioner actively replenishes the vitality and health of hair and consistently prevents hair loss (especially Demodex related), breakage and split ends. By nourishing both hair and follicles with a natural international award winning Demodicin formula, Dr Qu Hairlth Conditioner not only prevents hinders the growth of Demodex, but also reinforces and strengthens the structure and roots of your hair, to improve quality and manageability and provides extra shine and gloss to your daily look.
Dr. Qu's products are retailing online, as well as Yue Hwa Emporium and Strangelets (Yong Siak Street).
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