Hair Hydrating Treatments

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  1. Many salons offer hair hydrating treatments usually costing $30-60 extra.

    Does anyone know products this usually entails? Is this something I can do at home with a friend?

    Thanks!
     
  2. go get Bumble and Bumble damage therapy.leave it on your head for 30 mins under heat and its the same thing.I love that stuff!
     
  3. these treatments can be really expensive...I actually found a relatively inexpensive hair steamer on Ebay and bought it so that I could do my own treatments...the steam really seems to make a difference...
     
  4. I do my own steam and hydrating/moisturizing treatments at home, too. I've got a steamer and I just add honey to my conditioner of choice...