Monday, 18 April 2011

Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment

Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment

My hair was about 3 inches from my bum until about 2 weeks ago. I had a bad haircut a while ago which left my hair very uneven, it was a lot longer on one side than the other, noticably so. I had split ends and damaged hair so I thought it was about time to get it cut. I initially went in for a trim to even it all up but when she cut it I kept telling her to go shorter as I fancied a change. However, my shortest layers are incredibly short. the longest length of my hair is about 4 inches below my shoulders and my shortest layer is about the length of my ear. I do like my new hair as it's a nice change and doesn't take as long to dry, but I do want it to grow a bit longer, especially those short layers.

I had heard so many good things about the Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment and I had read the many rave reviews on the boots website. I am a bit dubious about it but from what I gather it's supposed to nourish your hair and get it in top condition, and by hair being in good condition it will grow quicker.

There's only 200ml in this pot which is about the average for a hair treatment,  but you are supposed to use an "egg sized amount" therefore the pot will run out pretty quickly.
It has a smell to it which will be either loved or hated and I personaly don't mind it.

This isn't a conditioner as such because you use it between your shampoo and conditioner. It's only left on for 5 minutes but once a week I use it overnight and wash it out the next morning.

I've been using this for about 2 weeks and obviously there isn't an improvment in growth but the condition of my hair has improved and there's no frizz!

I shall review this again when I have finished the pot.

The Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment is £7.19 at boots

Has anyoone else tried this? Have you noticed a difference in length?

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