I realise these are only tiny samples but I just had to blog about them after the effect they had on my hair.
This is the Aveda Damage Remedy trio:
My hair isn’t in bad condition normally, and in fact I never owned a hair oil until 2 weeks ago.
But recently my hair has been feeling awful, especially at the ends.
It’s really frustrating as after straightening it twice all year and curling it about 5 times, as well as getting it cut at least every 2 months, it should be in pretty damn good condition!
I use heat protector and occasionally some Sebastian Potion 9 when I remember and that’s usually all it needs.
However I think because I’ve been growing it for so long it’s probably in need of some TLC.
This was why I ended up investing in a hair oil (Tresemme Liquid Gold if you were wondering, post soon!)
I’ve always been pretty lucky with my hair but in my hour of need, my nan (of all people!) had been given this in a shop and donated it to me, perfect timing!
This is the Aveda Damage Remedy set and contains a shampoo, conditioner and leave in treatment.
The details are:
Damage Remedy Shampoo
Organic Damage Remedy Restructuring Shampoo is a gentle daily cleanser most suited to dry, damaged or chemically treated hair. It helps repair damaged hair. With the addition of Quinoa Protein, Babassu and Coconut Oil your hair is moisturised and restored.
Damage Remedy Conditioner
Damage Remedy Restructuring Conditioner is a lightweight yet deep daily conditioner. The formula using Quinoa Protein, phellendron and Sandalwood repairs and restores the hair shaft resulting in smoother manageable healthy looking hair.
Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment
Damage Remedy™ Intensive Restructuring Treatment combines essential flower and plaint oils to repair and rebuild. It restores and moisturises the hair shaft and helps to smooth out the hair cuticle. Used twice weekly alongside the three step programme hair is restored to shiny healthy condition.
So onto my thoughts…the shampoo and conditioner both smelt lovely.
It’s really hard to describe but I could smell a sort of almond and aniseed type smell at different times which was odd but nice all the same.
Definitely couldn’t smell the coconut oil in the shampoo, but it lathered up nicely and my hair felt very clean afterwards.
The shampoo was also thicker than others I’ve used suggesting it was a lot more moisturising which I’m guessing it was with the result it gave me.
The conditioner felt very nice to put through my hair as it sort of melted as I applied it.
I ended up using the entire tubes of shampoo and conditioner in one go as my hair felt like it needed it and 10ml isn’t a lot!
I left the conditioner on for a good few minutes in the shower and my hair felt a lot better even whilst still under the water.
Lastly I used the leave in treatment just before I blow dried my hair which was a serum type product, if a little runnier than normal.
The result was that my hair felt absolutely amazing and I loved it!
I would definitely consider buying these 3 to see what the long term effects are if the short term effects are so instant.
Other products just don’t seem the same since and my hair doesn’t feel as great a week later so I’m going to have to try something else as at the moment my budget won’t stretch to Aveda.
It’s a shame that the tubes weren’t a little bigger really! I’m going to have to dig through my collection and find some hair products to use up.
Have you used Aveda products before?
I’ve heard lots about them but have never used them, this was my first time and I’m thoroughly impressed!
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