At A Glance: L’Oréal Professionnel Pro Fiber

L’Oréal Professionnel Pro Fiber is a long-lasting haircare system designed with technology to address every level of hair damage and maintain results that last up to 6 weeks*. The Pro Fiber customized in-salon service coupled with the prescribed at-home regimen treats the hair fiber, resulting in optimally conditioned hair that is strengthened from root to end.


Pro Fiber’s key technology is Aptyl 100, an innovative damage repair molecule that targets the most damaged areas of the hair fiber. With unprecedented gripping power, Aptyl 100 molecules don't wash out after the first shampoo like traditional hair regimens. Gone are the days when treatment benefits were lost after one shampoo. 



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  1. Diagnose: Determine your client's level of hair damage using the Pro Fiber App. Available for download here.

  2. Initiate & Repair: Initiate the treatment and repair your client's hair in the salon

  3. Reactivate: Ensure your clients continue treating their hair at home by recommending the same prescribed Shampoo,

    Conditioner or Masque, Leave-in and Re-Charge from the App.

  4. Prolong: Following every 4th shampoo, apply Pro Fiber Re-Charge in place of conditioner or masque to replenish Aptyl

    100 molecules. 

About: L’Oréal Professionnel is a global brand leader in its market, with an exclusive presence in hairdressing salons. Innovative products, tested and approved by the biggest names in hairdressing. We constantly strive to maintain the highest standards of quality in terms of performance, comfort and safety. For more info visit

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