As reviews go, I feel it only right that a product be tested/used over a period of time to then be able to give a truly honest opinion.
So in this case, I used the shampoo and conditioner until they were empty.
For a person with not only thin, but little, hair. Little being, not the style/length, more the overall amount of hair on my head, I’m open, but sceptical to any ‘miracle’ products out there and their extravagant claims.
When I read L’Oreal had masterminded the Fibrology Thickening range I was more than a little intrigued to say the least.
I purchased the shampoo, conditioner, serum and thickening booster. Resisting the masque, as I had a couple of pots in my cupboard yet to use.
L’Oreal claims: “Penetrates deep into the fibre.. Helps increase it’s diameter from within.. The formula gives a cumulative effect, wash after wash.. Hair looks and feels thicker with luxurious body and bounce.”
Although I can’t agree that my hair ‘felt thicker’, my hair did look healthier, shiny and had a little more life to it than normal. I can’t say that the ‘additional’ products of the booster and serum ‘helped’ in any way and admit to not always using them. But I think the use of the shampoo and conditioner was sufficient.
The shampoo and conditioner are very reasonably priced. However, I think the ‘additional’ products are slightly overpriced. However, if you time a Boots ‘3 for 2’ offer right, I’d be inclined to pick one or more of them up.
Overall, I have enjoyed using these products and they do smell amazing, but I don’t think I’d re-buy due to their claim to thicker fuller hair.