The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment is an extremely exciting launch, and joins the rest of The Inkey List haircare products which launched back in 2020. As soon as I saw The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment, I knew it would be a potential dupe for Olaplex which is very intriguing!
The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment
The Inkey List haircare collection launched back in May with eight different products, and this new launch will be a very welcome addition to the haircare range. It’s priced at £14.99 and includes 100ml of product within a black plastic bottle, with an atomiser for easy application.
The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment is a godsend for those with damaged hair due to heated hair tools, or chemical treatments. Described as being a lightweight spray which actually helps to rebuild and strengthen damaged strands, rather than just coating the hair strands with silicone like many hair treatments do.
They don’t tend to have any lasting benefits, instead they cover the hair in silicone to give a smoothed appearance. Whereas the Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment has been created to promote healthier looking, smooth lengths, with a nourishing blend that utilises a medley of forward thinking ingredients to reduce frizz and split ends.
The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment contains 10% Granrepair Powerbond – a clinically proven compound that strengthens from within the hair shaft, repairing hydrogen and ionic bonds whilst also protecting existing disulphide bonds from damage.
Whilst 0.2% Aquarich helps to boost glossiness and prevent split ends; 2% crodasone to help protect hair from thermal damage; 0.2% heliogenol to fend against damage from free radicals; and 2% betaine to condition and soften your strands.
- Activate pump by pressing sprayer 2-3 times before your first use.
- Shake well before use.
- Spray on towel-dried damp hair, covering all of your hair (excluding your scalp), focusing particularly on more damaged areas.
- As a guide, we’d suggest spritzing 4-6 sprays through short, fine hair and 6-10 sprays for longer, thicker hair.
Water (Aqua /Eau), Amodimethicone,Butylene Glycol, Betaine, Bis-PCADimethicone, Sorbitan Laurate,Cetrimonium Chloride, Panthenol,Trideceth-12, Glycerin, PEG-40Hydrogenated Castor Oil, SodiumBenzoate, Hydrolyzed Pea ProteinPG-Propyl Silanetriol, AminomethylPropanol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf JuicePowder, Disodium PEG-12 DimethiconeSulfosuccinate, Potassium Sorbate,Citric Acid, Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate,Alcohol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower)Seed Extract, Dilauryl Citrate,Phenoxyethanol, Avena Strigosa Seed Extract, Lecithin.
The Inkey List PCA Hair Bond Treatment really does sound amazing, and I, for one, can’t wait to try it. It’s amazing that there’s a product which will actually help to rebuild and strengthen damaged hair strands. It’s going to be a Cult Beauty exclusive initially, and will be available right here.
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