Giving My Hair Some Much Needed Care & Volume | The Inkey List Haircare

Danielle Levy, The Inkey List, hair care, beauty blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

We all know now that I'm a big fan of The Inkey List skincare, it's such a great budget friendly skincare brand that actually makes skincare easy to understand and accessible for all. So you know when they offered me the chance to try out some of their amazing haircare, I jumped at the chance cause of everything I put my hair through, it needs all the help it can get!

Danielle Levy, The Inkey List, hair care, beauty blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,Danielle Levy, The Inkey List, hair care, beauty blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

PCA Bond Repair Hair Treatment
The PCA Bond Repair Treatment is designed to be an at-home bond repair treatment suitable for all hair types but especially those that have been damaged by bleach, colour and heat styling. It's a lightweight spray that you put on damp hair either morning or night to help repair, protect and strengthen the damaged bonds in your hair because unlike your skin, your hair doesn't have regenerative properties so it's so important to use a product like the PCA Bond Repair Treatment especially if you like bleaching or colouring your hair.

It is filled with 10% granrepair powerbond, 0.2% aquarich, 2% crodasone, and 0.2% heliogenol, all of which work together to protect and strengthen your hair from the damage we ourselves do to it but also damage caused by UV rays. It also improves the appearance of your hair, making it look glossier and improving the appearance of your spilt ends. I've been highlighting my hair since my late teens so I feel like I needed a product like the PCA Bond Repair Treatment in my arsenal for years! I've been using it whenever I wash my hair and honestly I feel like it's felt so much softer and it's not breaking/falling out half as much as it normally does.

Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment
The Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment is designed with peptides 2% keranutri and 2% acb pisum sativum which work in the hair cuticle to plump the cortex and increase how thick each strand is. You can either use it as a post-wash serum twice a week or add it into your shampoo or conditioner to give it a added boost. It's only £9.99 for the 50ml bottle and you only need a couple of drops every time you use it, so this small bottle is going to last you a while.

As well all know I've had thin, flat hair pretty much since I was a little girl so 50% of my hair care is all targeted towards thinning or fine hair. I've mainly been using the Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment as a post-wash treatment and that is generally how I prefer to use it but I have a couple of times added it into my conditioner for an added boost. I found that using it as a serum on my damp hair has the best effect for me, it gives me lightweight volume but also tames my little flyaway baby hairs, especially as the weather has been heating up lately. For me, I noticed this hair treatment started working for me right away and I noticed a difference in how my hair looked so much better straight away.

I am so impressed with the haircare from The Inkey List. I find that similarly to the skincare, all of the haircare is so reasonably priced and they've really thought about a wide range of hair and scalp concerns when they've created the range so you're guaranteed to find products to suit your hair and your budget. I feel like both products have really subtle, non-offensive scents which I honestly think is great for everyone because whilst I love girly, floral or fruited scented haircare products, I know that that isn't everyone's cup of tea so I do love having the very barely scented products.

Have you tried The Inkey List hair care yet?

Speak to you next time!
Danielle Levy, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
*This blog post contains items gifted for review. All opinions are honest and my own.
Danielle Levy

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