Restore Instant Protection Spray
What It DoesIt's formulated with the brand's patented healthy hair molecule OFPMA and adds shine and polish while protecting against static, heat and UV damage. It's so lightweight that it can be layered and combined with other styling products. It provides heat protection up to 450°F/230°C and 24-hour UV ray protection, too.
What It IsLiving Proof Restore Instant Protection is a weightless spray that adds shine while protecting against heat & UV damage.
What Else You Need to KnowLiving Proof’s Restore Instant Protection Spray is a corrective leave-in to make hair soft, silky, and strong. It helps to prevent up to 93 percent of new split ends typically caused by styling. This product is an Allure Best of Beauty award winner.
Derm doc’s fave sephora hair products ✨
The sephora sale might be over, but I’m still using these products daily. These are constants in my daily routine to help protect against hair loss and excessive heat styling. What are some of your favorite hair products? dyson - Supersonic Hair Dryer Bumble and bumble. - Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer Living proof. - Restore Instant Protection Spray OLAPLEX - No. 7 Bonding Oil
Bumble and bumble.-Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer
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