I hope you are having a lovely week so far and have some nice weather where u are. The weather seems to have picked up again here in the north east and i’m enjoying the start of the grass season of tennis, in the run up to Wimbledon.
As some of you may know, I am a big fan of AA Skincare’s products, they are a British company that are committed to providing naturally effective products, that don’t break the bank and I have reviewed quite a few products from their range, if you missed them or would like a second read, they can be found by clicking HERE.
I have recently been using one of their newly launched plant inspired, natural shampoos. There are six different types of shampoo in the range, each with their own unique blend to suit your haircare needs.
I decided to try the Lift & Repair shampoo which contains natural ingredients of Rosemary, Sage & Burdock. I chose this shampoo as I blow dry my hair most days and I was interested to see how well the active ingredients which are antioxidant and amino acid rich, would work to strengthen and protect my hair from damage. I was also intrigued to try this shampoo as it contains four active ingredients (Rosemary Oil, Burdock Root, Bay Laurel & Basil Oil) which work to stimulate the scalp and boost circulation to encourage hair growth. Which let’s face it as I get older I want to avoid any hair loss if possible.
I have been using this shampoo for the last couple of weeks and I have noticed that my hair feels stronger, looks full of volume and there are fewer hairs on my brush when blow drying my hair. I also adore the herbaceous aroma, perfect for this time of year as I have noticed I can go more days without washing my hair.
Overall if you are looking for a shampoo that has a gorgeous aroma, full of natural ingredients that will strengthen and look after your hair, whilst promoting new hair growth then I reccomend you give this a try. You can purchase this or any of the other shampoos in the range direct from the AA Skincare website, they come in a 250ml size and retail at £5.94 which is cheaper than some supermarket shampoos which are full of nasty chemicals.
Have you tried any products from the AA Skincare range before?
Please comment below and let me know.