Colorations, piscine, soleil, lissages, sèche-cheveux, pollution, mauvaise hygiène de vie… Il existe diverses raisons pour se retrouver avec des cheveux abîmés et ternes. Et si vous pensez qu’il suffit de les nourrir pour les réparer, vous avez tort. Il va falloir les traiter en profondeur et en douceur et surtout leur laisser le temps de « récupérer ».

How do you recognize damaged hair?

Has your hair lost its volume? Dull? No shine? No highlights? Looking like straw? I'm sorry to tell you, but your hair is damaged and it's time to take action before it's too late. If you don't react effectively, you'll start to lose it and end up using increasingly toxic products. They may give short-term results, but all they'll do is pollute your hair, making it sicker and sicker.

You'll just have to be patient. Take the time to make a good resolution and follow Christophe Nicolas Biot's advice by adopting his special damaged hair routine.

Christophe Nicolas Biot's damaged hair routine

Christophe Nicolas Biot offers a five-step routine for damaged hair, to restore vitality, health and shine.

Step 1 on dry hair

Step 2
Leave for a few hours to overnight.

Step 3 

Step 4

Step 5

Damaged Hair Routine products

My Protocol line

The Mon Protocole line from Christophe Nicolas Biot Paris® is characterized by 100% natural, hand-crafted organic production. Based on essential oils, this line is handcrafted in the Charente region of France. At a depth of more than 160 meters, the spring water has been protected and has acquired its purity and lightness thanks to over 20,000 years of natural filtration, guaranteed nitrate-free. Mon Protocole is an eco-responsible line, guaranteed preservative-, sulfate-, paraben- and silicone-free, which cares for both the body and the environment. It is presented in an amber glass bottle with pump to preserve the purity of the active ingredients, like an apothecary's line.

Discover the Mon Protocole Capillaire line catalog

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