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Sunday, 29 June 2014

What's in my bathroom: Hair Care

Fushi Argan and amalaki shampoo and conditioner Dove intensive repair mask

To continue my What's in my bathroom series of posts, today I'm sharing with you what I've currently been using on my hair. A while ago I was sent Fushi Argan & Amalaki shampoo (£9.99/250ml) and conditioner (311.95/250ml) which I've only recently got around to trying. Although Argan is now a hair care ingredient that seems to be in everything now, I hadn't heard of Amalaki, also known as Indian Gooseberry, is traditionally, is believed to nourish the hair and scalp and prevent premature greys. I really like the fragrance of the herbs in both of the products, which is really strong, however, I found that despite the shampoo promising to revive damaged hair, it made mine feel really dry and tangled in the shower. The conditioner does help to reverse some of this dryness, but doesn't make my hair as soft as other conditioners I've used recently.  I have persevered and used the combo three times, but I think I maybe moving on soon.

To try and keep the hydration in my hair, I've used Dove Damage Solutions Intensive Repair Regenerating Mask (£4.59/200ml) on a weekly basis. This thick cream should be applied after shampooing and left for 3-5 minutes, which is totally doable within shower-time, compared to other masks which often require 10 minutes plus. Containing Keratin Repair Actives it helps to repair the proteins in your hair, making it stronger and smoother. It has the Dove, clean, but not luxurious classic fragrance and has made my hair tangle free and soft and smooth once dried. This hair care item will be staying in my shower.

Fushi Argan and amalaki shampoo and conditioner Dove intensive repair mask

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