José-Eber-Therapy-RX-Moisture-Boosting-Tool

Don’t be fooled by the picture, this is not a flat iron. Nope, it’s a high-tech haircare tool you never knew existed, but trust us — you’re going to want one.

Let’s face it, summer can be harsh on hair. From chlorine to sea water and damaging UV rays, by the end of the summer hair often becomes frizzy, unmanageable, and damaged. You can say goodbye to split ends and flyaways with José Eber’s Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool. While it might look like a flat iron, this tool is actually designed to combat hair damaging elements like heat styling, chemicals, bleaches, perms, and environmental conditions like pollution, wind and sun damage.

Therapy RX emits no heat, instead high-frequency ultrasonic vibration breaks down leave-in conditioners and oils to molecule sized nanoparticles. This allows leave-in treatment to sink into the hair cuticle, maximizing the absorption of moisture. At the same time, eight high-powered, heatless infrared LEDs work to penetrate the hair cuticles to accelerate the rate at which the conditioner is absorbed while ultraviolet LED lights remove buildup and bacteria from hair.

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José Eber Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool, $200

With this high-tech hair tool, you can say goodbye to weather and style damaged hair. It’s so easy to use, you can mindlessly transform your hair in minutes while binging on your favorite reality TV show (at least, that’s how we roll). After you get out of the shower just towel dry hair and apply leave-in conditioner evenly throughout  damp hair and comb through. Divide hair into 1 to 1 1/2 inch sections and pull Therapy RX downward from root to tip in a slow motion. You may see some steam, which is completely normal.  The tool will not dry or heat your damp hair. After you’ve treated your hair you can let it air dry or style as usual. All it takes is a little bit of RX Therapy twice a week and you’ll never have a bad hair day again.

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33 Responses

  1. Charu Nagarajan

    My hair is thin ,wavy and frizzy.When I try to condition it falls flat and lacks volume and I have been losing a lot of it lately. How can I make my hair conditioned and voluminous at the same time

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  2. Lisa Carr

    Dry, frizzy hair. My hair is color treated and curly. The older I get, the more unruly it becomes.

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  3. Beth Ardent

    Wow, this sounds amazing! I can never get my hair to flatten good! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  4. Sharron Johnston

    I have naturally wavy hair. What is the best way to keep it straight? Many thanks

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  5. Jodi Mitrovic

    I need to know the best way to combat humidity for my locks 😎 Thank you #SpaWeek #JoséEberHair Liked/Shared/Followed @JodiMitro/mitro80

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  6. lori l

    I have curly frizzy hair that I want to have straightened! Especially in the hot heat of the summer!

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  7. lori l

    I have frizzy curly hair that I want to have straightened!! Especially in humidity!!

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  8. Anna

    Besides my hair being very dry, I have really bad split ends. Help me fix it!

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  9. sue tardi

    keeping hair moisturized in the summer is a challenge – with harsh sun and pool chemicals. this sounds interesting. would love to try it

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  10. Nancy

    My is so dry looking. I have tried so many products and different tools with no avail.

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  11. Maira

    I wonder what this is !? I need something that won’t damage me hair from heat , I straighten my hair a lot!

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  12. Carolyn

    I have thin curly hair, I would love something to give my hair a boost, a bounce. This way so it is no so flat and looks like there is still life left in me….

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  13. Dannielle Ward

    My over processed wavy hair could seriously use this José Eber Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool. I’ve tried different things to moisturize my sad hair but nothing works.

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