FROM supplements to regular hair cuts, serums and sprays, there’s an overwhelming amount of advice on how to grow or thicken your hair – and which products are best.
But one brand that’s had rave reviews on social media is Bondi Boost – an Australian company popular for its “miracle” hair products.
The beauty brand sells a range of different hair and skin products but its Growth Shampoo and Conditioner and Intensive Growth Spray seem to be the most popular.
Containing an array of essential oils – including argan, peppermint and rosemary, the website reads: “Our Growth Shampoo & Conditioner range is formulated with the good stuff – no nasties parabens or sulphates here!
“Free from nasty sulphates, parabens, ethoxylates, paragons, propylene glycol, petrochemical cleansers, phthalates, DEA and artificial colours.”
And it seems customers can’t stop gushing about the products, with several taking to Instagram to reveal their impressive before and after photographs.
- Hair growth shampoo, £18, Bondi Boost – buy now
- Hair growth conditioner, £18, Bondi Boost – buy now
One wrote: “Hey guys, I’m slightly addicted now haha…..I was sceptical at first, but Bondi Boost truly speaks for itself.”
While another said: “3 weeks using Bondi Boost, so amazed with the results!”
Another impressed customer even revealed she felt “like Rapunzel”.
“4 weeks in using BondiBoost and ya girl is feeling like Rapunzel.
“As you would probably know I’m growing out my pixie cut after 7 years of short hair life………my results, they speak for themselves.”
Another impressed customer revealed she incorporates Bondi Boost’s oil into her haircare routine, too.
“My hair was feeling dry and dull,” she explained.
“I use a 4 step regime – I use the shampoo and conditioner, treatment twice week, oil before shampooing and the spray before drying my hair. 2 months later it feels so much better! [sic]”
While the shampoo and conditioner can be bought separately for £18, you can snap up the pair together for £30.
The intensive grow spray and the Elixir Oil are available for £16 each.
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