I’ve got to give a shout-out to the Percy & Reed Supersoft Shampoo and Conditioner – I used it at the weekend and got nothing short of amazing shine on my hair. And, it was a reluctant test because I’m perfectly happy with what I’m using already but I’m so glad that I did. Ideally, Percy & Reed Supersoft is indicated for dry and frazzled hair – my hair does run to dry although it’s not (at least at the moment) excessively so, but I have just re-dyed it, so felt it could do with an injection of moisture. The key ingredient is Camellia Seed Oil.
Totally Intensive Treatment Oil is another gem – and more so because you can use it as a pre-conditioner before you wash your hair. I really have to be in the right mood to do a hair mask – all that in-out of the shower hopping isn’t something I usually have the patience for so it’s ideal to get a condition before you start the whole process. Alternatively, use it after your shampoo and condition and leave it in. I felt it really made a difference to texture and shine.
Price-wise, it’s at the luxury end for hair products – Totally Intensive Treatment Oil is £24, Super Soft Shampoo is £18 and Super Soft Conditioner is £20. Or, there’s a Super Softening Kit with all three products (at smaller sizes) for £32 (HERE). Definitely a treat for the hair. You can find the products HERE.
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