Daily conditioner meets hair-perfecting mask, Better Hair Days can be used after each wash, or as an intensive treatment. After shampooing, place a generous amount into your palms and massage into scalp from roots to tips. Use your fingers, or a detangling comb, to gently separate, smooth and detangle strands as you go. Leave in for a few minutes, if using as a conditioner, or for as long as half an hour for a total hair glow-up. Rinse well under H2O.
Heaven. George products all contain luxurious base notes inspired by Mother Nature. George will perfume your hair with the heavenly scents of lavender oil, lemon oil, bergamot, mandarin oil and cedarwood. Told ya it was luxurious.
You can if you want, but you don’t have to. Better Hair Days is a serial multi-tasker, gentle enough to use as daily conditioner but so concentrated that it rebuilds and replenishes even the hardest-worn strands.
If you do decide to condition and use Better Hair Days, dial down the amount and be sure to rinse thoroughly – too much product may create excess oil and weigh down that gorgeous head of yours.
Better Hair Days is full to bursting with powerful natural ingredients that restore the condition of dry and damaged hair. While no product on the planet can penetrate and rebuild hair from the inside, out, the ingredients in Better Hair Days fill in damaged areas of the hair shaft and smooth and seal frazzled cuticles, creating noticeably softer, glossier and better-behaved strands.
Most BHDers have seen results after the first use, but we recommend using Better Hair Days 2-3 times a week, as a mask or conditioner, for the best results. We hope you’ll see happier hair within a week or so of use but if you’re not happy or have some questions about how to use your mask, get in touch.
Better Hair Days, and all George products, are sulphate and paraben-free. These two nasties are notorious for stripping colour and moisture from colour-treated hair. Soooo, yes! This mask can and should be used on colour-treated hair.
Better Hair Days is packed with bioavailable moisture that your hair loves to drink. This means that the natural oils and butters in BHD will mostly be absorbed into your hair, rather than sitting on the surface and weighing your crown down (like silicone and synthetic emollients do).
When you’re switching to a new haircare product, particularly a natural product, there can be a short adjustment period, as your scalp gets used to the new ingredients and balances oil production, accordingly.
Be sure to rinse well after application and brush hair twice a day, to distribute and balance naturally-occurring oils and exfoliate the scalp.
If, after 2-3 weeks of regular use, you notice any oiliness or limpness, try applying Better Hair Days to your scalp less often, instead concentrating on the mid-lengths and ends of your hair.
Check your shampoo ingredients, too. If some of them appear on our Never. Ever. list, it may explain why your hair is having a hard time drinking up the goodness is BHD.
If you’re not happy or have questions about Better Hair Days, get in touch – we have a team of hair health experts that can help you get the most from your mask.