13 March 2015


Today on the blog I’m looking into three different products to help protect your hair from thermal damage when you are using heat styling products such as hair dryers, straighteners, and curlers. I have to be honest and admit that I do not heat style my hair on a daily basis. Not because I don’t want to. But as a stay-at-home mum, I simply see no need to. And besides, having long and thick hair, it does take quite a while, time I simply often have with a toddler running around my legs demanding attention. But on the days where I do style my hair, and not just put it up in the usual bun on top of my head, these are my current go to products;

Suigo Hairlook Arts S03 Thermal Protection

This Thermal Protection spray from Suigo, has the cutest bottle and packaging of the products I’m mentioning today, although at the same time, it is also the smallest. The Thermal Protector, is in actual fact a multi-tasking product, as it not only protects the hair from heat and UV damage, but at the same time, as it also contains aloe extract, it is also hydrating and moisturising on the hair. It leaves the hair feeling soft and shiny, with a flexible hold, and any sign of frizz is more or less eliminated, without leaving behind a greasy residue. The spray bottle makes it easy to dispense just the right amount, and I love the fresh fruity scent that smells a little like peaches, and it leaves the hair beautifully scented for hours.
RRP: $21.50 (100ml) – Available from Suigo

Muk Hot Muk Thermal Protection

This thermal protection spray from Muk provides the hair with protection from heat styling tools up to 230 degrees. You just need a few sprays of the fine mist, and after styling your hair is left with a nice non-greasy finish with a beautiful healthy shine. It also contains UV filters so it helps protect your hair from sun damage, and seals the hair to protect from frizz at the same time. Of today’s line-up it has the most beautiful scent of green apples, which I just can’t get enough of, so luckily it does linger around in the hair long after you’ve finished styling it. I love the silver bottle with the trigger nozzle that makes it easy to dispense. It comes in a huge bottle, and is hence also very reasonably priced, the cheapest of the three!  

RRP: $24.95 (250ml) – Available from Hairhouse Warehouse and Price Attack

Kerastase Nutritive Nectar Thermique

Finally, the Nutritive Nectar Thermique from Kerastase is the most expensive of the three products. And unlike the other two, it comes in a tube and has a creamy texture, much like a conditioner or a leave-in treatment. And as it has been formulated with Royal Jelly extract and contains carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, it actually doubles as a leave-in treatment as well, and I’ve found myself using it also on the days where I am not heat styling my hair, instead of my usual leave-in conditioner just after washing my hair. The treatment is extremely concentrated, so you only need a little, and you have to be very cautious not to use too much, as otherwise it will leave the hair feeling a little greasy, but really that is only a good things, as it will make the tube last so much longer. Used as a heat protectant, it leaves your hair so soft and healthy and shiny looking, even my ends are clearly benefitting from this treatment when used frequently.

RRP: $48 (150ml) – Available from Select Hair Salons

*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

So there you go, three different thermal styling products, at different prices and with different formulas and benefits.

Do you heat style your hair? What do you use in your hair to protect it from heat damage?

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