Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Review & Giveaway: HBL Hair Care

I have very dry so I am always looking for something to help me out some. It has been a long hard road since I was a teenager. I was happy when I was giving the chance to review HBL and what it would do to my hair. Let me just say my hair has never looked better since I have gotten my HBL set. I was sent the Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner and FREE Hair Masque. My hair now has a shine to it and has some bounce. My husband has even noticed that there is something different about my hair. 

Here is a little bit about HBL and the products I was sent:

Hydrating Shampoo

Gently cleanses, moisturizes and smooths hair of all types. Keratin Amino Acids naturally repair and strengthen hair, adding elasticity. Panthenol thickens and moisturizes strands while silk protein seals and smoothes the cuticle. Unique surfactants guarantee sudsy foaming action. This rich cleansing formula can also be used as a hydrating facial and body wash.

Hydrating Conditioner
Soothes, moisturizes and protects hair without excessive weight or leaving a greasy feeling. For all hair types, contains Keratin Amino Acids to strengthen hair, silk protein to seal and smooth the cuticle and a rich blend of anti-oxidants including Chamomile Leaf Extract and vitamins A, E and C.

Hair Masque

Intensely smoothes, conditions and protects even the most challenging hair without weighing it down or leaving a greasy feeling. Well suited for all hair types, Hair Masque can be used with or without heat, depending on the level of conditioning desired. Keratin Amino Acids naturally repair and strengthen hair and add elasticity while cetyl esters work to smooth, repair and seal damaged cuticle.

The hbl Story

Patrick Dockry - hblIn 1990, Patrick’s life had an unfortunate turn of events. His older brother Tommy was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 39 years of age.
His family experienced their first brush with cancer several decades earlier when his mother was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Fortunately, she survived the disease and made a full recovery.
Therefore, when Tommy was diagnosed they expected him to overcome the disease just as their mom had. Unfortunately, cancer had other plans and Tommy lost his battle to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 1993.
Over the next few years, Patrick lost other close personal friends and two employees to cancer. During this period, his father was diagnosed with prostate cancer and underwent 41 radiation treatments. He also faced skin cancer, which thankfully was successfully treated.
These events brought to light his own mortality and caused him to wonder what he could do to help others and himself. Motivated to make healthy lifestyle changes, he began researching everything from what he put into his body to what he put on his body, starting with the largest organ, the skin. Read More:

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Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this post. I was provided a sample of each product for my review purposes only. All opinions are 100% my own. Photobucket

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