Tag: vitamins for hair
While I was shopping for my friends & family, I just had to get some products for myself, too, right? And here is a little preview of the things that I’ve bought.
First of all some products from Cult Beauty.
There was a GWP from Costes, so I just had to get their shower gel: one for me, one for a friend, as a special treat, to get a mini soap and a a mini bath soak.
I have also picked up a set from REN for sensitive skin, speaking of REN, the brand brought out amazing gift sets this year.
And a new cleanser, this time from Oskia, and so far I am really loving it.
I never liked my hair, there are so many things I don’t like about it that I won’t even bother mentioning them all. At least I am happy that it is straight and I am also happy with my natural hair colour; I have had all the shades and styles in the past. But I have stopped dying it when I was about 22-23, and I am happy with my [natural] dark cool-toned brunette look.
As I have already mentioned in several previous posts, I am currently trying to figure out what products I still need to add to my routine. I have also used up several that I have been loving, so am looking for a replacement. Or should I just re-purchase the old favourites?
Here are my picks:
I am seeing it everywhere now. Apparently it is supposed to be a miracle-in-a-pill, and a lot of people swear by it. I did try Philip Kingsley “hair vitamins” in the past, by the way. So think about giving these a go. What if the results will be really great? I guess, we will see.
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Vitamins and Supplements Review: Philip Kingsley PK4, ONGA Beuty & Energy and Vertese Omega Oils 3 6 9
I would like to talk about the vitamins today. And I am, obviously, not an expert in this field, this is just the selection that I have tried.
Philip Kingsley PK4 Hair Dietry Supplement – 120 Capsules, £22
I wanted to try vitamins for hair for ages and finally got these in Summer. The results are promised after four months (you will need two packs to last you four months) and these vitamins do deliver!
Even my hair dresser told me that the condition of my hair really improved, it look healthier, grows a bit quicker than usual and I’ve noticed (and not only myself, as I’ve been getting compliments about my hair, which never really happened before) that the general condition improved a lot.
I have got these vitamins under the impression of the positive reviews I read on-line and will definitely repeat the course in the future.
Vertese Omega Oils 3 6 9 500mg 60 Capsules, £6.50
I am usually very attentive when I choose anything but somehow, instead of fish oil, I ended up with Vertese, which are vegetarian and vegan Omega Oils 3 6 9, derived from natural plant sources.
Since so many skin care experts recommend Omega oils as a part of skincare routine – I just had to give it a go.