This product is definitely something I would wish to use. I have long hair which can break easily and I typically use hair treatment products to help keep the broken ends smooth and silky. The product’s website description indicates that it is also a heat treatment spray, so I will definitely try this when my current heat treatment spray has been used up. I always apply heat treatment products, as I use a hairdryer and sometimes curlers and straighteners.
Lee Stafford Hair Apology 10-in-1 Leave-in Treatment Spray
Glossybox description: Filled with repairing ingredients, this multi-tasking conditioning spray works to repair and reduce damage, whilst also preventing future breakage by hydrating and moisturising your hair. Simply spritz it onto your clean, towel-dried hair from mid-lengths to ends, then dry as normal. Smooth, glossy locks await!
RRP / £11.99
SHOP / https://www.leestafford.com/product/lee-stafford-hair-apology-10-in-1-treatment-spray-100ml/
Box description: Shake well before use. Spritz thoroughly over towel-dried hair and comb well through mid-lengths to ends of hair. Allow to air dry or blow dry. Use after every wash.
Lee’s Top Tip: Using your hands, smooth onto dry ends before bed as an intensive overnight treatment, so when you wake your hair will feel rejuvinated and restored.
Have fun, feel confident, smell BEAutiful.”
Lee Stafford website description: We love a multi-tasker at LS HQ! And this hardworking little conditioning spray is our new favourite, tackling critically processed, damaged hair from the very first use. Containing intelligent repair ingredients to help hydrate and rehabilitate existing damage whilst reducing hair breakage.
- Reduces hair breakage
- Reduces split ends
- Heat protection
- Smooths and glosses
First Impressions: The product has a fairly pleasant fragrance. The formula looks quite creamy, so it will hopefully be a good moisurising remedy. Once again, I will post an update here once I’ve tried it.
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