Vatika cactus enriched hair oil, £4.49, Superdrug| Vatika wild cactus anti break conditioner, £2.99, Amazon UK
I was very excited when I received these two products last week, as it was the first time I had ever been sent hair products for review! I must admit thought that when I saw the Vatika naturals cactus enriched hair oil contained garlic I was a little worried about what the smell was going to be like, I must admit though it smells okay, and not a whiff of garlic! It was a perfect time to send me this hair oil as I am currently really obsessed with trying new products to try and improve the quality of my hair, as before I was never really bothered and didn't take care of it as much as I should have.
I find that in all seasons of the year I struggle with the frizzy nature of my hair, but if like me you have this problem then I highly suggest you try a hair oil. In the cold winter months I always find my hair is so so frizzy but since using this I haven't noticed it as much, admittedly I have only used this oil a couple of times so I am yet to see if in the long run it improves the over all quality of my hair.
As for the wild cactus anti breakage conditioner, I was also very excited to try this out as I am an absolute hair straightener worshipper, it is horrifying the amount I straighten it and so I do suffer from hair breakages. I have however been using heat activated hair oils for the past 4 months which have meant I don't need to straighten it for as long or as often as I did before and I have noticed a substantial difference in the quality of my hair, I no longer have lots of dead ends and it is also starting to grow! The Vatika conditioner 'strengthens and nourishes', and so is perfect for breaking, falling and weak hair, something that I suffer from. Although it is difficult for me to judge the effect of this conditioner on my hair as I use many other hair products as well as it, I have found that it leaves your hair feeling ridiculously soft and smells divine!
After researching more around these hair products I have found that they are primarily made for ethnic hair types, however I think they work perfectly if you have the same hair type as me that is prone to frizz. I had never even heard about Vatika naturals before being sent them for review but if you would like to try them yourself you can purchase them and the rest of the range from Superdrug and on Amazon. You can find more out about the Vatika hair range HERE.
What hair products are you all crazy about? Leave me a comment below! :)