Roots Hair Care

I have been on a huge hair care kick recently as my hair had never been drier since I got back from Spain a few weeks ago. It honestly felt like straw and my roots can be a little sensitive, especially after the amount of time I had spent in the sun which is where Roots Hair Care comes in!
Roots Hair Care
Roots is a fairly new brand to Superdrug and they have a few different products available for different hair needs. I have been testing out the Sensitive Care Shampoo, Hair Growth Conditioner and the Intensive Spray and I have been enjoying them so far. All three of these products are vegan-friendly, cruelty-free and have naturally derived ingredients while also being free from parabens and sulphates. I really like the packaging of these three products as it stands out from the rest with the square bottles. I love the white packaging with pops of colour too as it's so eye catching.

The Roots Double Effect Sensitive Shampoo is a first of its kind that stimulates hair growth while being specifically designed for sensitive scalps and will also stimulate stronger and thicker hair as it contains 1% Procapil. The Hair Growth Contidioner also contains 1% Procapil to promote growth and will leave the hair feeling silky smooth and super soft. Then there is the Double Effect Hair Growth Intensive Treatment. this is a spray based product that you spray into towel dried hair at the roots and massage in and don't rinse out. This contains 3% Procapil.

I have been using this for quite long enough yet to give you my final thoughts but I have noticed that my hair feels so much healthier and thicker since I have been using these every time I wash my hair. I was worried that the spray would leave my roots feeling heavy and looking greasy but it doesn't make any difference to my hair in how it looks which I love! My hair has been growing quicker which I would have to put down to these! I will keep you updated on my progress.

You can find Roots at Superdrug - HERE.


This post contains press samples and affiliate links, all opinions are my own.


back to top