Wednesday, July 15, 2015

REVIEW: Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Fortifying Shampoo And Conditioner

If there's any part of my body that I care less, I'll tell you it's my hair. Not that I don't care whether it's damaged or what, but as long as I see that there's still this normal shine and vitality, then I don't mind it that much. And if there's any part of my body that requires less attention, I guess it's my hair as well.

My friends would usually compliment my hair especially back when I still haven't cut my hair short. They always say that it's beautiful. I say it might look beautiful for you because it's long. And seriously, it's hard to allow your hair to grow butt-long when there's split-ends and hair fall that's been bothering you. Now that I have medium-length hair, it's easier to take care of it.

But it has been easier when my mom brought home Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Shampoo and Conditioner.

Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Fortifying Shampoo And Conditioner

When we ran out of the shampoo and the conditioner, I had to immediately search online as to where I could avail for another bottle. Sadly, all that dealers and shops are based abroad. So where do I get them here in the Philippines? Can someone tell me please??? Pretty please??? My mom said that she actually didn't buy it herself. It was given to her by her colleague. Well, Garnier sells their products here so I thought I could easily avail their shampoos and conditioners as well. But no.

Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Fortifying Shampoo ($3.99)

Just like what I've said, I care less for my hair than other parts of my body. So as a result, I don't spend much on products concerning hair care. I don't even give a deym as to which brand of shampoo I am to use. As long as there isn't significant drying, then, let's not talk about it. Geez. *clap clap

Anyway, the pearly peach-colored formula produces a frothy lather and has a yummy tropical scent like the scent of pineapple and melon.

Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Fortifying Conditioner ($3.99)
And when I care less for my hair, then I don't care whether or not I use conditioner at all. I'm not actually fond of conditioners because I think they tend to make hair flat and greasy. My face is oily so as my scalp so I don't think I need to use anything that would greatly contribute to oil buildup. So it's a no no for me.

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The product is proven to perform 3X the damage resistance. It is a moisturizing shampoo for hair that has lost the shine it once had. It also cleanses, fortifies hair shaft and makes hair stronger.

For it to really take effect, you have to use it for a week or more. After that, you will notice that your hair will become stronger than ever. I suffered from hair fall lately and I think it's primarily due to school stress. And with the constant use of this shampoo, every time I brush my hair (when wet), there's significant lesser hair that's sticking on the bristles of my brush. And take note, the results I experienced was before I used the shampoo together with the conditioner. Using the conditioner brought much better results.

The formula includes Sodium laureth sulfate and sodium lauryl sulfate which (may cause serious harm yet) cleanses hair; coconut oil, cupuaçu butter, and sugar cane extract which helps lock in moisture; and hydrolyzed corn, soy, and wheat proteins which works to strengthen hair.

There's just one thing I don't like about the shampoo. It does cause dandruff.

Click the photo to enlarge (conditioner)

Since I started to love the shampoo, I told myself, “why not try the conditioner as well?” And I regret something: that is not using the conditioner and the shampoo at the same time. The results were unbelievable. My friends would always say that my hair is ‘bubbly’ and is so soft! I need not to blow dry my hair since using both the shampoo and conditioner give extra volume to my hair. There’s always been flyaways but the conditioner fix them all. Now my hair’s flatter (without the flat figure if you know what I mean).

The formula's yellow and creamy in texture and it looks yummy too. The pale peach formula feels rich and creamy and smells like ripe tropical fruit. It also has mineral oil, glycerin, and coconut oil to moisturize every strand; cupuaçu butter and corn, soy, and wheat proteins which works to strengthen hair from roots to tips.

If you regularly use heat-styling tools, here's your chance to fix your hair's problems. One week of washing with this shampoo and conditioner, your frayed hair actually lay flatter and felt significantly smoother and silkier. And after a month of washing, your hair stopped breaking off so easily so you can style your hair whichever, whatever, whenever you want!

Have you tried Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Fortifying Shampoo And Conditioner already? Feel free to share it here with me! Happy blogging! xx

Love, Hanna

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