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A Budget Friendly Hair Fixer


I would be lying if I didn't admit to being somewhat of a shampoo snob. I've used the same trusty Living Proof combo for a year and half which was fine until I recently managed to wreck my hair by dyeing it too frequently and my husband started reaching for my high-end combo. For someone with short hair he's getting through those bottles a bit too quick for my liking!

In a bid to fix my damaged hair I've been trying out a more purse friendly offering from syoss*. The syoss Salonplex Hair Renaissance range* recently launched in the UK and is available along with your weekly grocery shop at Tesco from just £2.00, so my better half can go all out without a scolding. The Salonplex range aims to give salon-like results for very affordable prices. Designed for chemically treated and mechanically stressed out hair (that'll be the straighteners!), the technology within the products works to restore millions of broken hair bonds every time they're used, so over time the hair is strengthened and improved. It also seals the hair fibres to keep protect from further damage.

I've been using the Salonplex Shampoo* and Conditioner* every other day for a couple of weeks now and I'm impressed. My hair is shiny and smooth and looks much better than it has for quite a while. The shampoo is my favourite of the two as it leaves my hair feeling clean but not stripped. The conditioner is pretty standard but detangles my hair nicely without weighing it down, which is quite important for me as my hair is insanely fine and turns greasy super quickly. But the hero of the range for me is the syoss Salonplex Hair Renaissance ReCreator Leave-in Serum*. I use this on both damp and dry hair and it makes my hair feel so silky and it's easy to get a brush through without tugging. I'm trying not to use too much heat on my hair so the ends can go a little bit frizzy if I'm not careful, so a couple of pumps of the serum on dry hair does the trick.

What hair care products are you using at the minute and do you swap and change or do you have a consistent routine? I'm never sure whether consistency is best for hair so let me know what you think.


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