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Hair Remedie Towel Review

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I have dry, fragile, curly, and bleached hair. Needless to say, it requires quite a lot of TLC. Though I have a rather extensive hair care regimen, I never paid any attention to what sort of towel I used to dry my hair with. I was a bit skeptical when I decided to try Hair Remedie. How much difference could the towel I dry my hair with possibly make? However, after just one use, I was completely converted.

Per the instructions I received with my Hair Remedie towel, I wrapped my wet hair up in it like a turban. I left it on for about 10 minutes while I brushed my teeth, applied my skincare, etc. When I removed the towel, I was so surprised! Not only was my hair only somewhat damp, but my curls were already beginning to gain definition. I always air dry my hair, and the time that it took to finish drying was drastically shortened. Plus, my curls were frizz-free and more lifted!

I’m in love with my Hair Remedie towel and wish I’d known about it sooner. A product that improves the health of my hair, cuts down on styling time, AND improves the final look of my hair?! YES PLEASE!hair remedie towel hair remedie towel

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