Salon Science is a team of scientists specialising in hair treatments. They’ve put together products using rare plant extracts and stem cells that work on the four following areas: anti-ageing and restored volume, hair loss, repair and radiance and hydration and scalp relief.
Today I’ll be looking at the Salon Science Thickening serum. This is part of the Anagain Organic Pea Sprout range which looks at treating and helping hair loss. This is a common condition that over 8 million women in the UK suffer from. Causes range from hormones to medication, genetics and stress.
How To Use Salon Science Thickening Serum
The product is scentless, it just smells fresh, like that unforgettable just been to the salon kind of smell. It’s a light weight serum that is best applied to towel dried hair from the roots to the tip every time you wash it. Warm the product up in your hands then run them through your hair so that the product is thinly coated throughout. This doesn’t need to be washed out like other serums so dry your hair as normal.
The bottle suggests 2-5 pumps per application, although it’s dependent on hair type. So if you are susceptible to greasy hair like I am then you may want to start with small amounts. Any more and your hair will feel over loaded. If you have dry hair though then you might want to increase the amount straight away.
Salon Science Thickening Serum Results
I found that the product really helped with styling and it gave great hold, body and volume. From the first use I found that the product gave a great short term boost. My hair instantly felt thicker and I couldn’t help but swish it like in the adverts.
The long term effects of this product take around 2 – 3 months. These kinds of products need a substantial amount of time to see any changes or regrowth.
I’ve loved using the product and I hope to continue to test it for the next few months and report back. The Salon Science Thickening Serum is available for £15 but look out for it on sale too as it’s often on offer. Find it here
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