Hello! Today’s post is about a product I want everyone to know about – the Boots Build Up Removal Shampoo.
Boots Build Up Removal Shampoo
£3/£4 – Boots (no link available)
Boots Build Up Removal shampoo is a revitalising and deep cleansing shampoo to leave hair feeling thoroughly cleansed. Dermatologically tested. This effective shampoo removes unwanted build up from your hair.
Not too long ago, my hair was at breaking point. It was looking dull, snapping off, and none of my products seemed to be working. After indulging in some research and relentlessly interrogating my amazing hairdresser friend Jennifer, I realised that my hair woes could be down to a build up of product on my hair.
When hair becomes weighed down in silicones, it can cause havoc. Hair looks dull, products do not work as well and in some cases, hair can snap under the weight. As I was using silicone-heavy high street haircare, and a ton of accompanying high street products as well, it was no wonder my hair had had enough.
I turned to the Internet for build up removers, but it was rather unhelpful. I didn’t really want to wash my hair with a DIY home made remedy, nor did I want to spend upwards of £20+ on a certain brand’s offering. Upon one romantic stroll down the haircare aisle in Boots, I spotted this shampoo tucked away in the lower end section.
It’s fair to say that this build up remover has been a life saver, or shall we say, a hair saver. It is a staple of my routine now, and I’m not sure what my hair would do without it. I feel my haircare is working more effectively; it can cleanse my hair without having to battle with a layer of build up. It also saves me money, as I’m not wasting product by washing my hair twice.
Depending on your haircare routine, and the types of product you use on it, you can use it once a week or once a month. I use this on my hair about once a month, but I also use it for those grebby days where I have been a little too reliant on dry shampoo. It is a strong formula, and overuse can strip your hair of moisture. I usually wash my hair with this, and then follow up with my beloved Paul Mitchell Instant Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner.
I’m not sure why this isn’t available to buy online (sort it out Boots!) but fear not, as I have been able to find it in most Boots stores. I seriously cannot recommend this build up remover enough. If you’re currently suffering with similar hair woes, you need a bottle of this. It might just change your life…