Whenever I go to USA I love looking round the shops for new beauty products. I also love their hair care ranges, there are literally hundreds to choose from.
On a recent trip to Florida I visited one of my favourite American shops, Target. Now Target sells everything, food, clothes, electrical items, you name it and they sell it, they also have a hair and beauty section. I spent quite a few dollars in there I can tell you.
One of the ranges that caught my beady eye was the Organix hair range and in particular the Brazilian Keratin Therapy Range. I picked up the Flat Iron Spray for $7.99 which is about £5.00
I use my GHD's every day and I am very aware of the damage that these can cause so I always use a flat iron protector. For the last couple of years I have been using Lee Stafford Poker Straight and it has served me very well. When I saw this on the shelves I was attracted by the fact that it is Sulfate and Sodium free and the ingredients of Cocoa Nut Oil, Cocoa Butter and Avocado Oil sound so nourishing and comforting.
You apply this onto dry hair, spritz directly onto the section of hair that you are about to straighten. The smell is amazing, it reminded me of Pina Colada, the GHD's just glided over my hair, there was no snagging at all. Once my hair was straightened it had the most amazing shine to it. The lovely aroma stayed on my hair all day and it just felt so silky and smooth.
On my first day back at work after my holiday a colleague asked what I had done to my hair, I said I hadn't done anything to it and asked her what made her think I had, she replied that my hair was practically sparkling as it was so glossy and shiny.
I absolutely love this product and I am so pleased that I purchased 2 bottles which will hopefully last until I go back to America in December.
I have checked on the internet and you can buy this product from Amazon UK where it retails for £9.01 you can also purchase the shampoo, conditioner, serum and straightening treatment. I am sure that if you search the internet you may be able to find somewhere that sells it at a more reasonable price.