Ten in one, hey? There are a lot of claims riding on the Alterna CC Cream for hair. The promise is hydration, shine, smoothness, softness, UV protection, manageability, strength, anti-breakage, heat protection and light hold – whew!
I’ve used it three or four times now and each time I am impressed with the result – I’d absolutely agree with the first four claims, and add in manageability with that although obviously manageability is a result of the first four so I’m not sure it’s really a *thing*. It’s harder to tell with the other claims – I don’t notice any hold, light or otherwise and the other three are long-term results I would think. But, there is no denying that it acts better than the serums that I usually use because it doesn’t make my hair go lanky after a few days (first day and second day of serum is bliss, third, not so much). I’m trying not to over-wash my hair – I usually do it every two to three days but I’m just trying to go one day over if possible because my hair is a little dry at the moment. I’d genuinely recommend Alterna Caviar CC Cream (I use a ten pence piece sized amount) and notably because it softens my hair superbly.
It’s quite pricy at £24.99 HERE but a little goes a long way.
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