28 Oct 2018

Three Hair Treatments To Try



My last post was all about my current favourite face masks for my weekly pamper routine so I thought I'd share my current favourite hair treatments too.

My hair is rather unruly, frizzy and honestly just has a mind of its own so a once-a-week treatment is the least I can do for it! I'm also trying to grow my hair out so keeping it in tip top condition is a must. If you have a similar hair type or just fancy a good hair mask / leave-in conditioner / hair growth treatment recommendation, I'd definitely recommend giving one of these a whirl.



I'm sure you've seen this one all over Instagram, but there is a good reason why. The Coco and Eve Super Nourishing Masque not only smells a-ma-zing (thanks to the coconut and fig ingredients) but does a fantastic job of smoothening and hydrating the hair.

I use this in a few different ways:
- Wash my hair as usual with shampoo and apply this as a conditioner, leaving the masque on for about 10-15 minutes, and wash out.
- Apply on slightly damp hair and keep on for 30+ minutes as a deep conditioning mask before washing out in the shower.
- Pop the product on dry hair and sleep on it overnight - the results are amazing this way!

This masque is on the pricey side but if you are after a luxurious hair mask that leaves the hair feeling soft, smooth and less frizzy, this is the one for you!

The brand state that the masque is for all hair types - they recommend using the product 2-3 a week for dry hair and 1-2 for oily hair (I prefer to use it a bit sparingly as it is expensive). It is also free of sulphates, is cruelty-free and vegan, so a huge bonus!



If your hair is prone to frizz or is extremely dry or damaged, I really recommend the Shea Moisture Strengthen and Restore Leave-In Conditioner (available to purchase at Boots or Superdrug). They are a natural haircare brand that is also free of nasties like parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, DEA, petroleum, formaldehyde and propylene. I also use the Shea Moisture shampoo and conditioner (from various ranges - review will be coming soon!) and have zero complaints. They are truly amazing.

I apply this product on damp hair and use a small amount. I make sure to massage it into the hair and not use too much as it is a rather heavy product. I'd recommend this for those who have thick, curly, frizzy or unruly hair.



As I am trying to grow my hair, I've read that the Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment is one of the best products on the high street market. It sets out to encourage hair growth but also provides extreme deep conditioning, strengthens the hair, moisturises the scalp and improves volume.

I use this every now and then and keep it on for as long as possible before rinsing out. I left this on overnight once and my hair was so smooth and soft after washing out the next day.

It is a simple, easy to use mask, which does a great job at moisturising and encourages hair growth. My hair has definitely grown a lot as this product is one of the few that keeps my hair in great shape.



What are your favourite hair treatments? I'd love to know! 
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