Monday, 23 June 2014

Organix Brazilian Keratin Therapy Anti Breakage Serum

After years of colouring and heat styling and not nearly enough visits to the hairdressers, my hair could use a little TLC.

I finished my bottle of Organix Dry Reviving Oil which I really loved and was going to repurchase, but I saw this and remembered my friend waxing lyrical about it for weeks before so I thought I'd give it a go!

This contains keratin proteins, coconut oil, avocado oil and cocoa butter... doesn't that immediately sound like it's going to do wonders for your hair?!

The consistency is less of a serum and more of an oil to me, but I do prefer that because I feel like it's easier to work into the hair and a little goes a long way.
As you might expect, it has an incredible sweet coconut/chocolate/vanilla scent which stays on the hair for a while after you've used it.

After I've washed my hair, I'll squeeze some of this onto the palm of my hands and rub them together to spread it out and then just run it through the lengths and the ends of my hair avoiding my roots - who wants oily roots?! Not me.
As I said before, I do have really long hair so there's quite a lot of it and I really don't need to use a lot of this to cover all of it!
Then I just either dry my hair with a hairdryer or leave it to dry on it's own if I've got time. If I use a hairdryer, I'll use a heat protection spray of course, as this has no heat protection properties.

Now, I'm going to try and put this as simply as I can.
This stuff, is flippin' brilliant.
I wish I could find everyone that reads this and let them feel my hair after using it because I think that might just be the only way to fully express how amazing the results of this are.

After using this, my hair feels softer than I can ever remember it being. It's smooth and sleek and soft and just so damn beautiful.
It seems to eliminate any traces of frizz which is one of the main reasons why I heat style my hair in the first place.
With this, I can just leave it as normal without a worry!

I just love it.
The single negative thing I can find about this is the packaging.
I would definitely prefer if it had a pump or something because squeezing it out of the hole at the top can be a bit messy when you're tipping the bottle up and then back down again.
It could potentially lead to some wastage which is always a bad thing, especially when the product itself is THIS good!

Other than that though, I would absolutely recommend this to all of you!
This is £6.99 but you can find it in Superdrug where it is usually on offer for about £4 something which is a complete steal!

Have you tried this?
What's your favourite hair treatment?

Thanks for reading,
Kirsten x

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