I can count the number of times I’ve used hairspray on one hand, I think. It’s just not a product I can get to grips with at all which means that I’ve missed out on updates in formulas. However, I do like the look of the new Phytolaque Soie from Phyto because it’s made for weak and sensitive hair – although I have neither, I like the idea of a gentle approach.
Phytolaque claims to be the first environmentally friendly botanical hairspray – it’s made without silicone although it does still have that hairspray smell and there is alcohol in it. I’ve used it this morning – it’s a very soft spray – it really doesn’t feel like there is anything in my hair and crucially, my hair doesn’t smell like it would explode if you put a match to it. I can see this being very useful on fine hair. It’s £12.50 HERE and I’ve just noticed there is a free gift of 60 Phyto PhytoPhanere Dietary supplement tablets which seems like an exceptional offer to me!
The ingredient list: Alcohol Denat.(Alcohol De Betterave). Butyl Ester Of Pvm / Ma Copolymer. Aminomethyl Propanol. Shellac (Gomme Laque). Lauroyl Silk Amino Acids (Dérivé De Soie). Camellia Oleifera Seed Oil (Huile De Camelia). Fragrance / Parfum. Oleyl Alcohol.Benzyl Salicylate. Linalool. Water/Aqua (Constitutive Des Matieres Premieres).
Botanical & Natural Origin / D’origine Végétale & Naturelle.
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