L’Oreal Professionnel Pro Fiber: The First Treatment To Actually *REPAIR* Hair Damage Immediately & Over Time

Damage is cited as the number one hair concern globally, which is no surprise seeing as we’re a generation of over-heated-GHD-loving-electrical-appliance-obsessives. Continual styling, repeated straightening and endless dying all plays havoc with our hair, leaving ends looking tatty and dull. According to L’Oreal, 57% of women today are embracing longer hair – yet with every 12cm of hair having endured twelve months of heat styling, abrasive brushing and UV exposure, the hair fibre is prone to breakage and left hard to manage. If you’ve ever wanted to grow your hair just an inch or two longer, but have to chop off the ends because they just look so horrendous, then you need to know about the new L’Oreal Professionnel treatment that’s about to change the game. Cited as a ‘haircure’ that cares for your hair like a manicure cares for your hands, Pro Fiber is L’Oreal’s most prescriptive professional treatment programme to combat multi levels of damage across all hair types. It starts in salon and is re-charged at home, meaning you not only step out of the salon with fabulous hair – but you can boost the effect every week with a little at-home treatment too.

Enriched with L’Oreal’s exclusive Aptyl 100 Melecular Complex (with over
seven years of research and with seven patents pending, this is serious stuff!) Pro Fiber is
the latest professional product to hit salons nationwide; it will
definitely be a game-changer. The bespoke programme starts exclusively
in-salon with a consultation with your hairdresser, who will analyse the
level of thickness and damage to your hair before prescribing the
perfect treatment for you. With three ranges designed for different
levels of damage (Revive, Restore and Recover for light, medium and
heavy damage,) the results won’t be overwhelming or detrimental –
there’s no chance of overloading the surface or causing limpness, which
often is the result of an intense treatment.

The new technology enables the treatment to penetrate and lastingly grip the hair fibre from the inside out. Aminosilane, a wonder ingredient, reinforces the hair structure through a three-dimensional network (essentially filling in any holes in each individual hair strand that are the result of damage,) while cationic polymers act as a protective sheath, covering the hair’s surface and leaving a soft silky feel. Most treatments ‘wash in and wash out’, meaning you leave the salon feeling great but are soon brought back down to earth as soon as you shampoo your hair at home. L’Oreal’s Pro Fiber is different not only because the technology works from the inside (rather than just on the surface of hair,) but because you’re constantly boosting the results over the course of six weeks too.

The process is simple: hair is
washed and the relevant treatment is applied to the areas that need a
helping hand, before an intense masque is massaged in and left for five
minutes. After the treatment is washed out and hair is dried, it instantly feels soft,
frizz-free and ‘freshly-cut’ – I couldn’t believe how much the ends of
my hair had been ‘repaired’ in one treatment, looking like I’d had a
trim without a pair of scissors even going near me. The result was super
shiny, bouncy and healthy looking hair that I was astounded by;
normally I politely smile through the end of a treatment thinking ‘well
that didn’t do much’, but Pro Fiber left me pretty much open mouthed. The ends of my hair were looking dull, damaged, broken and in need of a good trim – but after thirty minutes in the hairdresser’s chair and an intensive treatment later, they were good as new.

it doesn’t end there; within the price of the treatment (£60.00) you’re
provided with the full range of products to use at home, so you can
continue to use the prescribed hair care programme over the next six
weeks. It’s the perfect way to keep your salon-fresh look for longer.
The shampoo, conditioner, masque and leave-in treatment ensure hair is
well protected and looked after (each of the products contains
ingredients to ensure the results of the in-salon treatment are
maintained,) while the Re-Charge booster can be used every four shampoos
as a substitute to your usual conditioner or masque. This is the same
formula as the in-salon treatment, meaning you’re constantly
re-energising and re-igniting the effects that you first saw. It’s the first repairing treatment that offers long-lasting, infinitely re-activatable haircare.

The products themselves are a pleasure to use and smell great, providing me with bouncy and shiny looking hair every time I blow-dry. The little treatment vials provide more than enough to cover the mids-to-ends of my hair, re-igniting the effects and providing a little boost that helps the ends of my locks to look refreshed. Although the results aren’t quite the same as in the hairdresser, I’d say I can achieve about 60-75% of the finish I first saw in salon just by keeping up the weekly boosts. It’s an easy to use, effective, affordable and sweet smelling regime that I’m totally bought into. As someone who’s had hair extensions for the best part of a year (yes this is even suitable for extensions!) to help my own hair to grow out from that awkward mid-style stage, this is definitely something I would have opted for just to stop me going for the chop and having to start all over again. This programme would be great for those of you with blonde, over-styled, dry or simply needs-a-boost hair; it’s the simplest (but most technological advanced) way to achieve fabulous hair. 

The L’Oreal Pro Fiber treatment is available in salons nationwide, priced around £60.00 – dependent upon individual salons. That price also includes the shampoo, conditioner, masque, leave-in and re-boosting treatments to use at home.

I received my treatment at Richard Ward in Chelsea. Find out more and discover your local stockist here.

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  1. Leonie Parker
    August 21, 2015 / 11:06 am

    Ive been waiting to try some new hair repair products. Will be buying these next. Leonie ♥ Lo On The Go

  2. Pam Scalfi
    August 21, 2015 / 12:10 pm

    My hair is so dry at the minute, would love to give this a try!Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

    • Lucy
      November 22, 2015 / 10:23 pm

      I just started to use the treatment, my hair needs the Blue bottles, there are three levels for damaged hair. It is the best thing I've ever put in my hair!!!!! No mousse, no gels, just the shampoo, conditioner and the serum to protect from the heat of the dryer. The box with the small tubes, I had it put on the salon and now I'll use it after the Fourth wash, for my short hair , only half is enough. It is A+ product, expensive but the best of the best!!!!!!

  3. Miel and Mint
    August 21, 2015 / 3:19 pm

    Oh how much I needed something like this! Thanks for a detailed thorough review. I defo need to give it a go to revive my hair. xox Nadiahttp://mielandmint.blogspot.co.uk/

  4. Jhem Arzaga
    August 22, 2015 / 3:05 am

    Sounds good and I think I should give this a try. I'm currently using another loreal products and so far, they're all performing well and always impressive. I hope this one too!xoxoJhem | JhemSays.com

  5. Ces
    August 23, 2015 / 9:48 pm

    Hm, sounds too good to be true. Just like fibrology left lots of people with itchy, flaky scalps from the build up required to make the product work, I can see that this would do something similar. Hair doesn't really heal so I guess it's a compromise. I'd love to be proved wrong though as I have quite frazzled hair, so this does sound up my street- I'm just wary after having my scalp left flaming!

    • Hayley Carr
      August 24, 2015 / 8:41 am

      I'm not sure why the Fibrology left you with an itchy scalp, but the ingredients used in those much cheaper brands are more likely to cause you irritation. Nothing to do with the technology. Also, you're not supposed to actually use this anywhere near your scalp – other than the shampoo. I didn't state that hair heals either; this product fills in the gaps left by damage.

  6. Anonymous
    December 13, 2015 / 7:40 pm

    I've been highlighting my hair 20 years now & really needed a good system for damage control. I've been on this program for about 1.5 months & I'm seeing gradual improvement. It hasn't changed my life or anything, but it's slightly improved the condition of my hair. I'll probably do one more round & see if my hair continues to be repaired. I especially enjoy the leave in treatment. (I'm using the Recover formula in the blue bottles.)

  7. beautiful copper
    July 6, 2016 / 11:25 am

    My hair was dry and discolored for years. After one Profiber treatment (the blue one), my natural dark hair color is returning back. I use the Profiber shampoo and hair mask (I didn't get the serum because I was on a budget). If you have damaged hair, this surely something worth trying.

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