Someone recommended this hair mask to me, so I thought, heck, why not? I always think I can try it just ‘so I can write a review on my blog about it’. Yeah right ;)
Anyway, I’m back to cones again because I have SO MANY products with cones left (all deep conditioners that I need so badly!) so I decided to back to them again. But only for the deep conditioners! :)
Anyway, the Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment. I don’t actually believe it will make my hair grow faster, but it never hurts to try, right? ;) Plus, a deep conditioner is always welcome!
What it promises?
For girlys growing their hair but never getting the beautiful long locks they desire.
Your hair never reaching its maximum, glorious length is a frustrating, disappointing, upsetting nightmare!
As hair grows it can get damaged and break, meaning more hair cut off, more often so your hair can never reach its glorious growth potential.
This gorgeous, thick intensive treatment with Pro-Growth™ complex gives your hair strength from within by fertilising your follicles, creating a healthy environment on your scalp to help hair grow faster and reach its maximum potential length. Its soothing formulation reduces irritation and moisturises the scalp, helping to keep it healthy and improving the volume and feel of your hair.
So basically it’s just a deep conditioner that will make your hair ‘grow faster’ because it improves the health of your hair (so you don’t have to cut anything off, THUS it grows faster?), just like any other deep conditioning treatment? Probably!
Anyway, I tried it yesterday, and thought it was a bit weird you had to use your own conditioner afterwards. (It says so on the instructions, and the ends were still a bit dry after using this!) I thought it smelled soo nice though, and very strong so there’s a LOT of perfume in it. That can be a downside of course, if you’re sensitive to that.
My hair felt really nice so I only used a bit Garnier Triple Nutrition in the ends and rinsed that out. No leave-in! When I woke up this morning my hair was really frizzy (but I slept with wet hair so that could explain something, although I use a satin pillowcase!), but that was combed out easily. It’s really soft, like ridiculously soft! My hair is also really really weighed down. As in, it looks extremely flat. It’s also really slippery, probably too slippery. This reminds me of the John Frieda Frizz Ease deep conditioner, did the exact same thing for me: made my fine hair waaaay too heavy, but did make it really soft and slippery. I guess it’s just too much for my hair? Maybe too much cones? I will try it for the next month or so, just to see if I’ll get any more growth (doubt it ;)) or something.
(I did saw it had lots of protein in it, maybe my too much for my hair?)