This Leave-In Spray Is Made for Every Wine Lover

This Leave-In Spray Is Made for Every Wine Lover



The
anti-aging benefits of resveratrol, a compound naturally found in the skin of
grapes (most notably red wine), have been praised in the beauty space for quite
some time now—it’s said to help with skin firmness, elasticity and curb free-radical
damage—but now the popular ingredient is being used outside the skin care space
to bring some much-needed love to our strands. Enter: Hask’s Red Wine 10-in-1 Leave-In Spray ($9), a do-it all spray based on everything you love about wine
(including its must-have ingredients).

Unwined
by Hask is a new, edited line that includes two powerful products: Deep Conditioner Packets ($4) that are perfect for traveling (it will last you a
few uses, though) and my favorite, the Leave-In Spray ($9) that detangles even
the most unruly strands like a dream, smooths frizz, delivers your mandatory dose
of heat protection, repairs breakage and mends split ends over time, all with the benefits of resveratrol. 

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Choose
your favorite varietal—the Leave-In is available in Red Wine, White Wine and
Rosé; and the conditioner comes in Brut Rosé, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc,
Cabernet Sauvignon, Provence Rosé and Pinot Noir—and then apply to your damp locks. Your hair won’t smell like you drenched it in red wine, don’t worry. Instead, the scent of full-bodied fruits like pomegranate and black cherry are left behind for a yummy scent that lasts. 

Like they do in skin care, the resveratrol, wine extract and grape seed oil will help shield hair from
damage, soften any roughness, strengthen limpness and leave hair feeling soft
and nourished. There’s
no hiding what good-for-your hair ingredients can do for damaged hair, so take it
for a spin, and maybe pour yourself a glass while you’re at it.


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