The “Résistance Ciment Thérmique” by Kérastase comes in a luxurious-looking squeezable tube with a nozzle dispenser and a screw-on cap. Like all Kérastase products, the packaging of this hair milk is very classy. The tube is a mint blue color with shiny silver, dark blue and black inscriptions on it.
However, as with most Kérastase products, the screw-on lid is not practical because it is difficult to close after having applied the hair milk using the hands. However, the packaging is leak-proof which makes it travel friendly.
This product is a thermo-protecting blowdry and heat-styling cream designed to treat and protect weakened and damaged hair.
This hair milk has a strong and fragrant citrusy smell that can be overpowering as it lingers on the hair after application.
The “Résistance Ciment Thérmique” has a cream-gel texture and a semi-liquid consistency.
Apply a small amount of product onto the fingers and massage along the lengths and ends of washed and towel-dried hair. Leave the product in and style hair as desired.
We applied the “Résistance Ciment Thérmique” on towel-dried hair, as recommended by Kérastase. We waited a few minutes and then styled the hair. We noticed instantly how easy it was to style the hair with the milk in it. The hair was easier to tame, and the frizz was completely gone. Additionally, it took us only about half the time it usually takes us to blow-dry our hair.
The hair looked healthier and had a nice glow to it. We also noticed that in addition to being softer, the hair had a nice bounce to it without feeling heavy. The next day, the hair was still bouncy, it did not fall flat or grease-up. We recommend using this product with the shampoo from the same line to achieve ultimate protection for the hair and lasting shine.
The “Résistance Ciment Thérmique” by Kérastase Paris retails at $35.1/150mL, which is cheaper than Rene Furterer Absolue Kératine, Sublime Renewal Cream sold at 47$/100ml and is also designed to protect hair, make it easy to style, and more bouncy.