Hello, my beautiful darlings! Today I bring you a review of several products from the Pro-Fiber line of L’Oréal Professionnel, another line of shampoos from L’Oréal of which I tell you my opinion.
Surely among the New Year’s resolutions of many of you is to take care of yourselves more: eat healthier, pamper the skin and hair… Those are some of my goals at least anyway! Well, to achieve this and continuing with the change I gave to my hair in October last year, I have started a new hair routine with the products of the Pro-Fiber Reconstruct range of L’Oréal Professionnel. I’ll tell you how it’s going.
First of all, I know what you’re thinking: another review of a shampoo from L’Oréal Professionnel? Is this girl given it to or what? Well, no, unfortunately, they don’t give them to me, but I think they work very well, and that’s why I like to try different ranges.
If you want to read about other shampoos and masks from L’Oréal Professionnel, here is a list of reviews I’ve made previously to other L’Oréal products:
- L’Oréal Professionnel Vitamino Color range: special for dyed hair, protects and cares for color.
- L’Oréal Professionnel Pro Fiber range: if your hair is bad, bad, bad.
- L’Oréal Professionnel Absolut Repair Lipidium range: if your hair is damaged by dyes or bleaching.
- L’Oréal Professionnel Silver: Range for gray or bleached hair.
I recently went to the hairdresser (Tribu, Salamanca, Spain), and they did an intense repair treatment with Pro-Fiber products from l’Oréal.
They explained to me that the Pro-Fiber Reconstruct (the range that is purple) served to combat hair breakage. It was a long-lasting care, so to continue at home I took the shampoo, the mask and a mono-dose of concentrate. The result of all this is that on the day of the hairdressing treatment I noticed radically healthier hair. It was smooth, super manageable, brilliant… A real change.
At home you should use the shampoo and mask of the line except every four washes, which you should use the dose of concentrate (the product is used in much the same way as a mask).
In this article you have more ideas on the best products for bleached hair.
This shampoo is sold in 250 ml and 1l format, like other L’Oréal Professionnel shampoos.
The truth is that although I like shampoo and mask, the concentrate does not seem to me anything special. I thought it worked just like the mask.
Also, as of today, this shampoo seems to be discontinued in most online stores.
Here are more options on best shampoos for bleached or highlighted hair.
How to use the Pro-Fiber ranges
Pro-Fiber has four lines of care according to the level of hair damage:
Pro-Fiber Rectify: Slightly damaged hair.
Pro-Fiber Restore: Damaged hair.
Pro-Fiber Re-Create: Very damaged hair.
Pro-Fiber Reconstruct: Extremely damaged hair.
The one I use is the Reconstruct. Ideally, you should follow your hairdresser’s diagnosis to know which line best suits your case. Reconstruct is used for cuticle and cortex very damaged and promises to rebuild hair in the long term, leaving it stronger, softer, shinier, silky and very luminous. The technology used to achieve this is the APTYL 100 molecular complex.
My opinion about L’Oréal Professionnel’s Pro-Fiber Reconstruct
The truth is that the ultimatee change with the Pro-Fiber range I noticed in the hairdresser, but the use of the treatment at home has helped me to preserve the softness. I’ve been using only L’Oréal Professionnel for hair for years and I’ve tried four different product lines (the others I’ve tried are Absolut Repair Lipidum, Absolute Repair Cellular and Silver) and they’ve all given me phenomenal results, so I’m very happy with the brand.
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I hope you have served my opinion about the Pro-Fiber line of L’Oréal Professionnel and that whatever your method you also pamper your hair to always have it perfect.
A hug and see you next week.