Treat Your Hair at KAM & Help Cancer Research

Treat Your Hair at KAM & Help Cancer Research

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KAM Hair & Body Spa are Running the Race for Life…Everyone’s a Winner!

KAM Hair & Body Spa are proud to be running the 2015 Race for Life. Karen is running the 10K, and some of the team are running the 5K. Karen didn’t want to go out and ask for sponsorship, but wanted to support Cancer Research so has come up with this great idea – and hopes you’ll all take part!

race for life 2015For the months of April and May, KAM are going to donate ALL proceeds from our ‘Cera Repair’ In Salon Conditioning Treatments!

Everyone can benefit greatly from one of the Cera Repair Treatments, which will be chosen specifically for your hair type, texture and condition.

Don’t worry if you have fine, fly away hair – we can do a volume treatment too!

Your hair will feel truly amazing afterwards. Better hair has better elasticity, better shine and makes it easier to blow-dry and style. An everyday Cera Repair is beneficial every 4-6 weeks, and you can top it up at home by using one of our masks to back it up weekly.

So How Do You Take Part?

  • cera repair hair treatmentsSimply book a Cera Repair Treatment along with your next service (we recommend our ‘Colour Last’ treatment after hair colouring which protects your colour to give it maximum benefits and shine also UV protection).
  • You can opt for the ‘Luxury’ where you will receive your treatment and a lovely relaxing scalp massage which all our clients love
  • If you are short for time, opt for the ‘Express’. It only takes 5 minutes and your hair will receive all the benefits, just without the scalp massage.
  • You can also just book the treatment on it’s own if you don’t mind popping in and leaving the salon with wet hair.

How Much Are The Cera Repair Treatments?

A ‘Luxury’ treatment costs £10, and an Express costs £5; but please feel free to give more if you’d like. The team hopes you’ll all take part in this fantastic offer and help them run the “Race for Life”.