10 Gorge Pregnancy Hair Care Products

May 24, 2016

All the products you need for healthy hair


If it’s maintenance and care you’re after, try this Make-a-Mends Shampoo & Conditioner Duo by Fudge (£14.95). Made to revive damaged hair after lots of chemical processing, the pair include “nurturing formulas to help restore gloss and shine while protecting against thermal styling”.


Get the party poppers out for this award winning new product from milk_shake. Their Energizing Blend Shampoo (£14.99) was voted Best Beauty Buy by Social & Personal magazine. Made for fine or fragile hair, the shampoo gives a deep clean using ingredients such as organic rosemary and sage.


How gorgeous does Paul Mitchell’s Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo (from £15.25) sound?! Part of the Tea Tree range, the shampoo is good for dry and unruly hair. Moisture rich, you can keep your hair healthy while lavender and mint scents help you relax. Click here to find a Paul Mitchell salon in your area.

Give your hair a pick-me-up with Kiehl’s Crème with Silk Groom Hair Cream (£18). The conditioning hair treatment moisturises, protects and conditions hair in preparation for styling. With ingredients including jojoba oil, soy protein and wheat protein, it will leave your locks feeling silky smooth.

Luxuriate with this leave-in conditioner by L’Oréal. Their Elvive Extraordinary Oil-In-Cream (£6.99, amazon.co.uk) nourishes the hair with a combination of flower oils but in the lightness of a cream. You can apply it to damp, clean hair, leaving in for a few minutes, or use before blow-drying to protect against frizz. It’s also available with Amazon Prime, so you could be luxuriating within the next 24 hours!

Great for “stressed” hair, this Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment from Wen by Chaz Dean (£19.95) adds moisture, shine and body to damaged hair. Simple apply to wet, clean hair and leave in for 20-30 minutes before rinsing.

For more curls with less crunch, check out this Bumble and Bumble Curl Conditioning Mousse (£22, Boots). After using the brand’s Curl Pre-Style/Re-Style Primer (£20.50), apply the mousse to damp hair for frizz-free curls.

We love this Evo product, at the very least for its interesting name. The Gangsta Grip Bonding Resin (£14.10) provides “ultimate hold, even on coarse hair”. Suitable for all hair types, it also protects against humidity and UV light.

Which haircare products can't you do without? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Images courtesy of amazon.co.uk, Boots, Evo, Fudge Hair, Kiehl's, L'Oréal, milk_shake, Paul Mitchell and Wen Hair Care by Chaz Dean

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