Anti-Age your hair with Salon Science CELLULUXE™ Shampoo and Conditioner

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My regular shampoo and conditioner of choice is normally a coloured or damaged variety so when someone recommended I use an anti-age range I was really offended! Okay, so I am in my mid 30s and my hair is long and super bleached, but really? Does my hair look old now??! 

Turns out, just like our skin, our hair ages over time – it thins out, dulls, becomes more brittle and takes longer to repair than younger hair. The way to avoid this is by using a preventative products. The new Salon Science® Swiss Apple collection does just that. It uses the stem cell extracts of a rare Swiss Apple for thicker, stronger, healtheir and younger looking hair.

I have been using the shampoo and conditioner from this collection and I love it! I have used Salon Science before and liked it but wasnt crazy about it, but this anti-age shampoo and Conditioner really feels like its made a difference to my hair.  The packaging is nice, minumal and sceincy and it smells great. The ingredients are taken from the stem cells of a rare Swiss Apple called phytonutrients, famous for its inability to shrivel and its self-healing properties. These enter the hair follicle through the scalp to bulge the hair restoring its volume. The formulations work as a wakeup call for follicles by targeting and rejuvenating the hair bulge stem cells, enabling them to keep working efficiently. This creates a delay in the hair ageing process, resulting in stronger, healthier and younger looking hair.

Both the shampoo and conditioner are gentle and luxirous to use.  In case you were worried, they are not medical at all.  They feel creamy, luxurious and expensive. I noticed how soft, shiny and volumous my hair was after the first use. The conditioner softened my hair and never weighed it down.  It also kept my colour fresh.

Shampoo £12 and Conditioner £15

Available from Boots

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