Up until recently my go-to hair wash products have been the ones from the Apivita Propoline range, as reviewed here. I’ve run out of conditioner and haven’t been able to locate it at my local M&S (although apparently it’ll be arriving soon) so I was at a loss as to what to use to tide me over.
I’ve always had a soft spot for Dove as I love the fact that the products all contain high levels of moisturising ingredients. There was once a time when I was using Dove head-to-toe as I really love their products. I used to use the Dove hair care range when I had one of my ill-conceived perms (good for the first day, frizzy mess from the first wash onwards) as their moisturising hair products were fantastic for taming the dryness. I wasn’t aware they’d added a volumising range to their line of hair products, but as soon as I saw them, I had to give them a go.
I’m a typical consumer in that if I buy a new hair cleanser, I need the set; so I always buy a shampoo and conditioner together rather than use a shampoo from one line and a conditioner from another. I rarely find shampoo and conditioner sets that make much difference to the volume of my hair and this set is no exception. However, what I do seek in hair care are products that won’t weigh my hair down and will instead leave it soft without being too slippery and with a healthy shine and these two products do exactly that.
Above shampoo ingredients, below conditioner ingredients.
Unfortunately I don’t know how much these are as they don’t seem to be available on the Boots website, but they’re definitely at the cheaper end of the spectrum and I believe each product is less than £4 each.
Disclosure: paid for by me.