Saturday, 7 November 2015

Reseed shampoo and conditioner product review*

Hey guys  hope you are all well and I cannot believe Halloween and Bon fire night are over and Christmas is nearing, my favourite holiday of all.  So with that in mind whether you love it or hate it I'm sure you would be out for at least one event whether it's a works meal or a big huge night out, you want to look your best.  Now for me being honest I normally get ready and my makeup is usually on point, but my hair that's another story.  I was recently contacted by some lovely guys who asked if I wanted to review some products for thinning or fine hair.  Now being in my twenties I knew my hair was ultra fine but I kind of ignored it and just got on with stuff probably being young and carefree.  However being in my forties now it's not something I can ignore now.

So I had heard of I knew there was a range for men but wasn't aware there was a now a range for women until now.  Now when my hairdresser told me my hair was thinning I literally came out of there dying I was so embarrassed, but it's life and I have to deal with this and I'm not the only person in the world who suffers from this, and If I can use or find products to help then bring it on and that's why I wanted to try these.  I received very kindly a shampoo and conditioner, the shampoo is in Ginkgo and Sabal which is basically fortified with loads of vitamins and minerals which help to stimulate the scalp and revitalise hair follicles and also my favourite and trust me it does work helps add volume and density.  The bottles are nothing fancy, very clean packaging but I didn't expect them to be glitzy as these are in fact a treatment range you don't need the fancy pants packaging.

To use, you wet your hair as usual and lather and leave for three minutes then rinse away, I enjoyed the smell to, nice and clean smelling but nothing over powering, again I didn't expect it to be and as I said it does the job amazingly.  

Unfortunately amongst my male friends hair loss is a big joke and I think that's how they deal with it, but for women it can be a big thing, traumatic, and really confidence affecting but I personally now it affects me appreciate there are products available to help thank god, now excuse me while I swish my hair ha ha.


*products sent for consideration for review! all thoughts are all my own.