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8.10.18

Treating Damaged Hair : KhairPep Transforme Masque



Chemical services, such as straightening, bleaching, colouring and perming, damage hair. They leave hair feeling brittle and dry. KhairPep Transforme Masque is designed to help treat your hair and bring it back to it's full health.
Ever since starting to colour my hair I have been trying to take care of my hair as much as I can - using products that help to maintain colour but also maintain my hairs health at the same time. 

Many hair treatments claim to repair damaged hair yet have a temporary effect on the surface of the hair shaft. The KhairPep products are different because they aim to treat the damage deep in the cortex where repair is needed and wash out when shampooed. 

I have been trialling the KhairPep Transforme Masque Program* for the last month now. The Masque Program is a powerful treatment for hair damaged by bleaching, colouring, straightening and perming. It is ideal for fine, fragile hair and is a lightweight treatment that adds body and instantly begins to repair hair once applied. It is also designed to strengthen hair, improve elasticity, managability and shine. 

It claims to: 
  • Strengthen damaged hair by up to 85%
  • Improves elasticity by up to 120%
  • Delivers permanent results that do not wash out.
Khairpep™ masque comes in a set of three convenient 5ml tubes, designed to be used as an initial treatment program. Each 5ml tube contains 1–2 applications, depending on the length and thickness of your hair. It is a progressive treatment, designed to be used continuously. So to gain maximum benefit, use the masque at your next 3 to 4 shampoos for best results. Then use periodically to maintain hair quality.



To use you first shampoo your hair as normal, however you don't follow with conditioner (I found this kind of hard because my hair always feels a bit stringy and dry without conditioner in it, so it was hard to not do this before getting out of the shower). Once you have shampooed then you towel dry your hair. 

If you have short hair then you dispense half a tub, massaging it lightly between your hands and then massage through your hair. Detangle with your fingers, then comb through to ensure the treatment gets spread throughout your hair. 

For long hair, it is easier to apply in four sections through your hair. Dispense ¼ tube of masque and lightly spread it over your palms. Apply from roots to ends of first section of hair, and massage through. Repeat for remaining 3 sections, then detangle with fingers and comb through. 

You then leave the treatment in for four minutes, DON'T rinse out, and then style as usual. 



Now I used this as a progressive treatment - basically I used it for six consecutive washes. After the first couple of washes I can't say that I noticed much difference in my hair - honestly I just missed my conditioner and how it left my hair feeling. However, from about the third wash, I started to notice that my hair was feeling and looking much better. It was soft, shiny and looked so healthy. Basically, by the end of the treatment, my hair looked and felt like I had just walked out of the hairdresser. I have to say it has been one of the best at home hair treatments I have used so far. The only thing I don't really like about the treatment is that they are in tubes and you only get two uses out of the tubes - it seems like a waste of packaging and I would prefer to have it in a bottle or something where I could simply take as much as I need. Other then that though, I have been really impressed with how well the treatment has worked on my hair and I would definitely continue to use the products.


Have you tried the Khair Pep Transforme Masque? I would love to hear your thoughts on them! Let me know in the comments below xx




*DISCLAIMER – Products with * have been sent for trial/review purposes. Although this product was sent for me to trial and review, all views and opinions are 100% honest. All opinions are based purely from my own experiences. The Life of Laura is not by a professional or expert. Please do not confuse my opinions with professional advice.

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