Advantages smells great and actually works
Disadvantages flyaway hair produced
The main aspect of the Timotei range is that it’s a product of “nature”. The picture on the front shows blossoming, green bamboo and bright juicy grapefruit to advertise this fact.The real reason I buy Timotei products is because I was sick of using Pantene as it left my hair dull and lifeless, and wanted my hair to smell great and look healthy.
The 4 main things its products claim to do are* Make your hair shine
* Strengthens hair
After using it for a few time I could feel when I was brushing my hair it didn’t seem to break as often.
* Make hair more manageable
This it definitely doesn’t do. After using it my hair is often so light and statically that it’s impossible to put it up without half of it falling out. I first noticed my hair changing condition only a few days after using it. I’ve now been using if for about 6 weeks and have no thoughts of changing brand what so ever.
My favourite type is the strength and shine range so I don’t know how well the others in the range but the strength and shine shampoo does work really well. My hair is left feeling soft, refreshed and isn’t over-shiny (greasy) I’d recommend it to anyone but it’s meant for those with “normal” (???) hair.It’s a fairly well known brand that’s available from most shops like Tescos and Superdrug for a little over £2 for 300ml. It’s good value but I’d advise you to use the shampoo as well as the conditioner because a pair of them are an unbeatable combination.
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