I featured the Lee Stafford Hair Apology 10-in-1 Treatment Spray a couple of weeks ago, and today I have the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment to show you. The Hair Apology collection is the newest Lee Stafford haircare range, and is designed to repair any damage, and help replenish your hair’s condition.
Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment
The Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment is £8.49 and is a box set containing four individual hair treatments. The treatments are packaged within little squeezy plastic tubes with a lid that you can break off when you’re ready to use them.
I did think £8.49 is quite pricey for individual use treatments, but many brands have recently launched a one use hair mask and shower cap in a sachet, and they’re around £6 each from the likes of Aussie and Pantene.
So in comparison, the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment works out at £2.12 per treatment which is really quite reasonable, especially if it’s a product you’ll use perhaps once a week as an intensive reparative treatment.
It is recommended that with the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment, you gently twist off the cap and apply generously to hair after shampooing, and leave the treatment on the hair for 5-10 minutes depending on how much resuscitation your hair needs. Followed by a thorough rinse.
“A box of 4 specially measured individual Booster Treatments containing Vitamin E and Aloe Vera to deeply nourish, detangle, strengthen and soften hair leaving it looking and feeling recharged. Hair Apology delivers sleek, soft and healthy hair from the very first use.” – Lee Stafford
What’s great about the design of these tubes, is that you can actually use each tube more than one by inverting the cap and placing it back on the tube. I have super long hair, so I need to use a whole 20ml tube for each use, but if you have less or shorter hair, you might be able to get more than one use per tube, making them even better value as an intensive treatment.
- Guards against humidity
- Reduces hair breakage
If you use and love the Aussie 3 Minute Miracles, the formula of the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment is very similar. It’s like a thick and richer conditioner that nicely coats the hair, and smells incredible too.
I always leave my hair masks and treatment on my hair for as long as possible for maximum benefit, and these little pink tubes leave my hair feeling amazing.
They do a great job at nourishing and hydrating my hair, and I really do think they make detangling my hair a little easier too, which is something I’m always very appreciative for.
I would definitely purchase these little pink tubes again, and they give me old school beauty blogging vibes of 2012 where everyone raved about the VO5 Hot Oil treatments, but the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment are considerably more effective.
You can find the Lee Stafford Hair Apology Booster Treatment right here.
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