I’ve not really thought about ‘haircare’ before or having a haircare regime. Along with my skin, it’s possibly something I’ve overshadowed with interest over the years, even though I have subjected my hair to colour (including bleach) for 14 years and also, unforgivingly, being permed twice! But there’s no time like the present to do some good right?
Washing and Cleaning.
I had been looking into hair masks, but I came across the Redken Scalp Relief Balance Shampoo and thought I’d give it a try. It can be used as a detox or as a daily shampoo. So with coming to the end of my Ojon products, which I have loved, I thought I’d use it daily, or twice a week in my instance. The bio of the product is that it cleanses the scalp and helps remove built-up dirt/products.
This then lead me to look at conditioners. I came across their Natures Rescue range, which, as the name suggests, uses more natural ingredients and it’s purpose being similar to the scalp relief shampoo, it helps clear the scalp and hair and can be used daily or as a detox. So I chose to buy the Cooling Deep Conditioner.
The range consists of:
Refreshing Detox Shampoo,
Refining Sea Polish,
Cooling Deep Conditioner,
Radiant Sea Spray.
I’m not a big user of straighteners, my hair falls naturally straight, but they do come in handy now and then and for the ‘beach waves’ look. But not wanting to undo any good I would be doing with helping the condition of my hair, I didn’t want the heat to break it, so I decided to invest in the L’Oreal Elnett Heat Protection Spray.
I’ve been using all 3 products for two weeks now and I love them all. I could be tempted to try the refreshing detox shampoo in the Redken Natures Rescue range to work alongside the conditioner I bought, to keep it all-natural.
I am especially in love with the Elnett spray. It smells amazing and after blow-drying, my hair always feels in great condition.