Philip Kingsley Re-Moisturizing Shampoo & Elasticizer

GIFTED

You may remember, I posted previously about Philip Kingsley and their shampoo and scalp toner. I was also sent their Re-Moisturizing shampoo and Elasticizer and I have been using them both to give my hair some much needed TLC as we near the end of winter.

Anabel Kingsley from Philip Kingsley suggests a three pronged approach to taking care of your hair and keeping it fresh and shiny – hydrate, condition and cleanse. She stresses that using the right products for your hair texture is key. Hydrating your hair with a moisturising treatment will help repair damaged, dull hair.

Philip Kingsley’s Elasticizer works to deep condition hair whilst adding bounce and shine. It is suitable for most hair types and frequent use will help prevent hair breakage. You use it as a pre-shampoo treatment, which was new for me, but it actually worked really well!

Conditioning your hair regularly is also important. Conditioners work to smooth your hair cuticle, allowing light to bounce off and appear shinier. Conditioner also helps improve the condition of your hair, which in turn leads to reduced breakage and damage.

Shampoo helps remove dirt and dust, leaving clean, fresh and moisturised hair which looks healthier. A good shampoo will draw water into hair, whilst cleansing it at the same time. Annabel recommends the Re-Moisturizing Shampoo from Philip Kingsley for coarse, dry hair which needs a boost of hydration. It also reduces breakage, leaving hair looking much stronger and healthier with every wash.

Having used these two products regularly for the past few weeks, I am impressed with how good my hair has been looking. Not only does it feel more manageable, it also has a lovely shine to it and just feels a whole lot healthier and smoother. I would definitely recommend using these products if your hair needs a bit of TLC.

I was gifted the products featured in this post, however my opinions and images are my own. 

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