Product Review: L’Oreal EverPure UV Protect Spray

by Bionic Beauty on 06.Jun.2009 · 3 comments

Product Review - L'Oreal EverPure UV Protect sprayProduct Review - L'Oreal EverPure UV Protect spray

I previously reviewed L’Oreal’s new EverPure sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner– another lovely product in this family is their UV Protect Spray.

We slather sunblock on our face and body, but rarely think about the damage the sun’s rays cause to our hair. EverPure UV Protect spray is packed with moisturizers making it a great after-shower leave-in conditioner (it’s super light weight, so don’t worry about the greasies). But this spray does double-duty for day time by blocking UVA and UVB rays from your hair. By blocking the sun’s damage, you can help color last longer, keep highlights from fading, and keep your natural color from having those summer fades.

Spray through your hair and then brush lightly to make sure all the strands are evenly coated. I don’t leave home without it now. Fantastic product and a definite Bionic Buy!

Check for L’Oreal EverPure UV Protect spray at drugstore.comProduct Review - L'Oreal EverPure UV Protect spray, and your local drug or grocery stores.

Have any Bionic Beauties used this product yet? What was your experience?


1 hazel June 12, 2009 at 8:58 pm

That’s pretty cool that it has UV protection in it

2 Laura June 13, 2009 at 1:13 pm

I love this line! The shampoo and conditioner smell wonderful and also have UV filters.

3 Bionic Beauty June 14, 2009 at 8:38 pm

Hazel, Yes! And definitely a plus for the summer!

Laura, You’re right… I didn’t even notice the shampoo and conditioner have the UV protect as well. I’m not sure the UV helps in the shampoo since I’d guess it would wash all out, but the conditioner probably sinks in some.

Don’t you just love the scent? My hair is amazing on this line. Soft, bouncy, smells great, split ends are down to nothing and even in extreme humidity my hair behaves. I really really love it. 🙂

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