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Conquer the Cold Survival Guide and a Hair Care Prize Pack

Monday, February 18, 2013



Last week, I turned thirty-five and boy, do I feel it! I'm out of shape, I'm getting grey hairs, even my wardrobe is looking old. With freezing winds and dry furnace air, my skin has become dry and my hair has me singing, "Shoo fly-away, don't bother me!" It's in these desperate times that I turn to my arsenal of hair, face and body products the likes of which include the Pantene Daily Moisture Renewal line by P&G.


In the past year, I have only cut my hair once. As a result, my hair grew quite long and the tips were looking dry and damaged. Yet, every time I used Pantene shampoo and conditioner, no one seemed to notice. In fact, it's almost a guarantee that a couple of my students would comment on how beautiful my hair looked. I'd have to agree. My hair would have volume and bounce, and it felt oh, so soft. Now, with Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Moisture Mist, I can help fight split ends and damage due to the cold outdoors and styling heat. The moisture mist is great for daily use and helps strengthen dry fragile hair while prepping it for styling. 

 
For those with kinky, curly, wavy and unruly frizz, a lack of moisture may be the culprit. In the Conquer the Cold Survival Guide from P&G, which you can download below, it is suggested that you need not wash your hair everyday since it is unnecessary and hard on hair. When you do you wash your hair, it's better to air-dry your hair whenever possible to help reduce split ends from heat damage. You can also try Herbal Essences None of your Frizzness Shampoo and conditioner. I found it did really helped to fight fly-aways but did notice that the shampoo doesn't lather up as nicely as the Pantene shampoo. I also felt like it left my hair feeling flatter than usual so I would suggest limiting the amount of conditioner you use.





This past Saturday, I cut my hair short. Really short. Which means I have more volume and no more split ends. This also means I will be using a lot more hair styling products such as the Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Silky Moisture Whip, which is a styler and moisturizer in one. It will take some getting used to since I haven't had my hair this short in nearly ten years!


For other tips on how to conquer the cold, you can download a full copy of Steps to Conquer the Cold Survival Guide brought to you by P&G's grooming experts. Simply click on the thumbnail above. To access P&G coupons, you will currently find savings on Pantene and Herbal Essences hair care products by visiting Brandsaver.ca.

Would you like a chance to try out these Pantene Pro-V and Herbal Essances hair products along with Olay Ultra Moisture Lotion? One Toronto Teacher Mom reader will win a Conquer the Cold prize pack which includes:
  • Olay Body Ultra Moisture Lotion
  • Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Moisture Mist
  • Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Shampoo
  • Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Conditioner
  • Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Silky Moisture Whip
  • Herbal Essences None of your Frizzness Shampoo
  • Herbal Essences None of your Frizzness Conditioner

Simply fill out the form below to be eligible to win. You must be a resident of a Canada and, by entering the following contest, you are accepting that, if you win, your contact information will be shared with a P&G PR agency for the purpose of mailing your prize. Furthermore, this giveaway may appear on other blogs as part of the #PGmom program. However, to be fair, you can only win once per giveaway. If your name is chosen more than once, another winner will be selected.


Disclosure: I am a P&GMom. As part of my affiliation with this group, I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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133 COMMENTS

  1. My hair gets really fizzy when it's hot outside.

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  2. My hair is always dry and frizzy!

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  3. Very dry and flyaway.

    DOREEN LAMOUREUX

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  4. My most common hair woe is static and fly-away. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  5. I get split ends quite a bit. Just need to take better care of my hair. Also static at this time of the year.

    Londia

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

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  6. I would say static - wearing hats and brushes seem to cause this for me.

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  7. Like your hair cut. Makes for a different you. :-)

    When my kids were little I had long hair, then at home it was always in a pony tail. One day I decided it was a waste to have long hair and just have it in a pony tail, pick one or the other. Next thing you know Chop Chop bye bye :-)

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    1. Thanks! I always wore my hair straight down, sometimes in a ponytail. It was definitely a dull style. It was also liberating to chop, chop!

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  8. Damaged hair from coloring, blowdrying and flatironing!

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  9. Dry ends and static, especially in the winter.
    Cheers.

    p.s. your haircut is great!

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  10. My hair is so so dry! Pretty much a straw broom on my head lol

    thanks

    You lok 10 years younger, at least, with your new hair!

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    1. Wow! Really? Love that! Thanks Annie!

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  11. Dry and brittle hair

    prairiebelle44(at)gmail(dot)com

    belinda mcnabb

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  12. I have frizzy hair! That's my main hair woe.

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  13. I have thin dry brittle hair!!!

    rafflecopter name Tammy Dalley

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  14. defiantley the frizzies, whenever it gets damp or wetout my hair goes poof , and living on the island that is most of the time lol

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  15. I am loosing my hair since Radiation and it's not coming back; very thin

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    1. Aww, I hope it comes back nice and full once your done your treatment. Best Wishes.

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    2. So sorry to hear, Robyn. I hope it ends up being temporary. Sending you well wishes your way.

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  16. my hair is so oily,thin,and really dull!

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  17. As I age my hair has thinned and easily breaks

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  18. My hair always looks dry, damaged and frizzy

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  19. I love love LOVE your new hair cut!

    I have the same problem as you did, flatness to due long heavy hair. Now I'm so tempted to get a sassy short hair cut like you did... if only I had a regular hairdresser I trusted.

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    1. Thank you! It feels great to have short hair again!

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  20. My hair is always so dry and full of static especially in the winter.

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  21. Your new hair cut is so flattering! Two thumbs WAY up! :)

    My hair looks dry and I have lots of flyaways.

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  22. Your new 'do is so pretty!

    My main hair concern is split ends.

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  23. My scalp and hair gets so dry especially in the winter!

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  24. I have super dry hair.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  25. I love your new hair style!!

    My hair woes: thinning and dryness :(

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  26. The dreaded frizzies esp this time of year

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  27. My hair gets a lot of static in winter!

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  28. Major split ends. Love your new haircut! Suits you well.

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  29. My hair is really curly, and in the winter that means extra frizz. At least it's not as bad as when I am in humidity! :)

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  30. Dryness - and the winter makes it worse!

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  31. Curly fine hair gets frizzy in the winter.

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  32. dry hair...and of course the greys. Booo!

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  33. My hair tends to be limp and lifeless. I'm always working for more volume.

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  34. i have really dry brittle hair, i need help to moisturize it

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  35. by far my biggest problem is frizz, but it is only on the sides of my head, looks harsh

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  36. Frizzy hair epescially when its cold out side!

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  37. My hair is baby-fine and flat.

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  38. my hair is fine and 1/2 curly, 1/2 wavy - drives me nuts

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  39. my hair stands straight up when I get up in the morning

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  40. My hairdresser has moved away and I'm having a hard time finding a new one that I like

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  41. Where I live, its super dry.
    My hair always look dull and lifeless.
    :(

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  42. Winter drys and damages my hair

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  43. fine thin hair - frizzy + dry = NEEDS HELP

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  44. My hair is fine and it gets dry and fizzy.

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  45. I get frizzy hair in the winter and it gets lots of static

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  46. i just have very dry thick hair.

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  47. My hair is very fine and tends to get frizzy in the wet and the cold.

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  48. fine, straight and loads of static in winter.
    really like the short hair on you!
    jan

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  49. Static and dryness lately :)

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  50. i dont have any very short hair

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  51. Where to begin: my hair is very thick, course, curly, processed and dry and it gets frizzy also.

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  52. Oh the dreaded frizz! I wish my hair would stay smooth when I straighten it.

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  53. My hair gets so dry in the winter.

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  54. Right now static is my biggest hair problem!!!

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  55. I am currently trying to battle oily roots and dry ends. Nothing I try seems to be working...my frizzy split ends look horrendous.

    texan_michael AT yahoo DOT com

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  56. fly away hair is my biggest challenge in the winter months
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  57. My biggest hair problem is dry ends.

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  58. I color my hair so its dry and frizzy

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  59. I cut my hair really short too. I put a pic up on my facebook page. doreen lamoureux. I love yours. Feels sooo much lighter.

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  60. I get frizzy and flyaway hair when it's cold and dry out.

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  61. My most common hair problem is dryness and fly-aways. I need to moisturize a lot more, especially during these winter months.

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  62. Thin, flat hair is my problem. Volume would be most welcome!

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  63. dry, yucky hair

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  64. My most common hair woes are fly-aways, frizzy & wavy rather than nice straight hair

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  65. Wow! What a great prize pack. I am sooo frizzy and desperate to get a new shade but Winter is just drying my hair!

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  66. My dry, very dry skin would appreciate the prize pack greatly.

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  67. I love your new hairstyle :)

    My hair gets very dry and frizzy.

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  68. frizzy, gets oily after a couple days without washing

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  69. Dry and always tied up so it doesn't make my face itchy.

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  70. My hair is very thin and I have little to no volume! I need to cut my hair short like you! You look great with you hair short! Love your new look

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  71. Frizz... and ekk now the occasional grey!

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  72. Dry Hair & Scalp is my big problem

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  73. marie
    probley too much frizz from bad weather and dry scalp

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  74. My hair gets split ends like crazy!

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  75. Frizzy, dry and flyaway hair :(

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  76. Frizz and dry hair and scalp!

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  77. That my hair is flat and I am losing it

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  78. I have a problem with breakage, my hair is so fine it's always breaking.

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  79. My hair is so dry after highlights. I am having my hair cut next Friday.

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  80. thickness, i hate how thick my hair is, with menopause it is way to hot

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  81. My main problem is tangled hair.

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  82. My hair is fine and rather limp

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  83. Thanks for informative post. I am pleased sure this post has helped me save many hours of browsing other similar posts just to find what I was looking for. Just I want to say: Thank you!

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