How to Use Our Miracle RepaiRx Line on Heat Damaged Hair

  • Thank God Im Natural
  • November 6, 2019
  • Ashley

The dreaded heat damage. Most of us naturals have unfortunately experienced heat damage at least once in our lives. Heat damage comes as the result of heat styling and can occur after just one use of heat on natural hair. Heat damaged hair can look lifeless, stringy, dull and often needs to be cut or trimmed. Here are a few ways you can care for and treat your heat damaged hair with our Miracle RepaiRx line.


Our Miracle RepaiRx Moisturizing Shampoo is the perfect start to repairing against heat damage. Our moisturizing shampoo has a sulphate free formula to combat drying and deeply cleanses the hair and scalp while reducing breakage and restoring hairs natural oils.

2. Deep Conditioning

Deep conditioning is imperative for restoring dry, brittle and breaking hair. Our Deep Hydrating Hair Mask restores life to dry, color and heat damaged hair while locking in much needed moisture. After shampooing and conditioning add our Deep Hydrating Hair Mask from root to ends and leave on up to 1 hour without heat then rinse.

3. Apply leave in

With any hair damage it is imperative to have a good leave in conditioner to keep hair well moisturized. One great product to use as a leave in is our Anti Breakage Repair Serum. The repair serum reduces frizz and flyaways while sealing in moisture.

Another great leave in to try in this repairing product line is our Miracle RepaiRx Leave in conditioner. This lightweight formula adds definition while leaving hair feeling soft and shiny.

To seal it all in for a rich creamy finish our Miracle RepaiRx Curl Food restores nutrients in hair while hydrating dry, damaged and color treated hair.

Using this line in its entirety will help restore and replenish dry damaged hair. If beyond repairing be sure to trim ends as needed, avoid heat and continue consistently using this product line.

Have you ever suffered from heat damage?

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