September here on the East coast in the U.S. (and perhaps where you live as well) always brings about subtle but marked changes in weather. It can still be warm, but the humidity levels go WAY down, and the mornings can be very crisp, cool and dry.
This means that hair can begin that "in between seasons" dryness. Especially if you also color and/or relax your hair, or have very curly hair that is dry naturally.
Neutrogena Triple Repair Fortifying Leave-in Treatment is a great way to moisturize and bring back life to hair - and without breaking the bank.
Since this is a leave - treatment I recommend using a very moisturizing shampoo/conditioner (You can also try Neutrogena's) before hand. The treatment is very thick and creamy, but
instantly was absorbed by my hair without is feeling or looking to greasy or oily.
If you usually air dry, you'll get good results, particularly if you have curly hair. If you blow dry/flat iron, I still recommend using some additional heat protection spray/serum on your ends or other weaker areas of your hair (like the temples, etc.). After a blow out, I was very impressed by how smooth, shiny and yet bouncy my hair looked. On my little sporty spice, her curls were nicely defined with no frizz, but still had a lot of movement and looked moisturized and shiny. I used about 2 times a week and loved how much less breakage I saw as well.
Another way I like to use this is as a hair mask before my shampoo/conditioner. Once I've rinsed out my regular conditioner, and then add some Neutrogena Triple Repair Fortifying Leave-in Treatment on the ends only before blow drying. I also like to apply to clean hair and then sit under a hair dry/heat cap for a few minutes.
If you usually wash your hair after a long work out at the gym, this is perfect for applying and then making a bun or low ponytail to air dry and create a sleek, frizz free look when dry.
This is a great hair "secret weapon" just waiting for you to pick up! - RLB
*This product was provided courtesy of Neutrogena PR for reviewing purposes.