I don’t ever get that excited about shampoos or conditioners, it’s something that I don’t experiment with much as if I find something that works I generally just stick with it, but when I heard about the science behind Deciem’s hair creation, Grow Gorgeous I couldn’t help but be intrigued by it, wondering if something with some awesome claims could actually work for me.
Hello Gorgeous is a cleansing conditioner, something I’ve never heard of before! And it looks pretty sexy too.
So basically, everything you could possibly want from a shampoo and conditioner, but squished into just one product. The texture of the product is very much like a traditional conditioner, it doesn’t foam, which feels a bit odd for washing your hair in, but once you suss out the best way to apply you’ll be winning quickly. Instead of harsh chemicals that conventional hair cleansing products use, this baby uses a blend of lovely oils and some clever science to remove dirt and revive hair and without the need of sulphates, parabens or harsh detergents.
I’d definitely say that I’m impressed, it delivers everything it claims and although it’s difficult to get used to, once you start seeing the improvement in your hair you’ll quickly be sold. Even on my coloured hair (blue and purple at the moment) it’s gentle enough to not impact the colour, I get hardly any colour rinse out when I use this and my hair looks smooth and healthy.
At £17.99 for the regular formula or just under £20 for a coloured version (which works to enhance your natural hair colour, they don’t do a blue one) it seems steep, but since you only need one product instead of two, it’s not so bad. The bottle is a generous size and I’m still going two months in I’ve used less than half the tube. So, even though it seems pricey at first, it’s totally worth it.
Love the branding and the packaging too, I’m definitely a fan of this beauty and it will definitely something I will buy when I’ve used up this bottle.
Have you tried Grow Gorgeous?
What do you think of the idea of a cleansing conditioner?
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