17 July 2014

Sponsored video: L'oreal elvive fibrology haircare

As someone with long fine hair, the dream has always been to have thicker more volumised locks. Of course there are endless styling products and heated tools to help achieve that look, but on a day to day basis I've always been on the look out for a shampoo and conditioner to volumise and give the appearance of thicker more bouncy hair. Over the years I've lost count of the number of products I've tried, but the one that's really stood out is L'oreal elvive fibrology and judging by their most recent video it seems I'm not alone in that opinion: 
L'oreal fibrology haircare
L'oreal elvive fibrology haircare


Formulated with Filloxane, a patented ingredient which has been proven to penetrate the hair fibre and expand hair from within. Over time it expands, increases the diameter of each hair and remains in the hair follicule for a long lasting cumulative effect. As always with these claims, the real question is does it actually work? Well having recently tried a full sized bottle of both the shampoo and conditioner I'm pleased to report that over time it did make a difference to the overall appearance of my hair (you can read my review here). The results weren't instant, but after each wash my hair felt that little bit thicker and after a few weeks it definitely looked more voluminous and had more bounce. Like most high street shampoos it contains SLS but despite having a sensitive scalp, I didn't find to to irritate or cause any problems. 

Overall, a big thumbs up from me and a definitely a range that I would recommend if you're on the lookout for something to give your hair more volume and bounce.

L'oreal elvive fibrology, RRP from £2.99. For more information you can check out their website here.

Have you tried the L'oreal fibrology haircare range? What are your favourite products for adding volume?

*Post sponsored by L'oreal Paris

2 comments:

  1. I just washed my hair with this for the first time this morning and WOWZA - Hellooo volume ;-)

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  2. I haven't tried this range, but I have the same hair type and really like the John Frieda Luxurious Volume shampoo and conditioners! The conditioner is so hardworking that you can really double it up as a hair mask.

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