Some of us are born with thick, luscious locks (like our Gorgie founder!). The rest of us? Well, let’s just say there isn’t a shampoo, conditioner, supplement or treatment we haven’t tried to remedy our over-coloured, under-nourished, thinning mane.
Give us volume, give us shine. Just please, don’t give us another promise in a bottle.
Enter Gorgie’s favourite hair formulas to our rescue. Comprised of luxury and everyday brands, put them together and you get a winning combination to nourish, strengthen and protect hair that’s been overly processed, and thirsty for some TLC.
Drum roll please…
Dry, dead ends begone. After shampooing, simply towel dry your hair and apply this treatment to your ends. Leave in for 20 minutes (or more), then rinse out with cold water. Tell us you don’t see or feel the miracle difference. That good.
Summer heat and humidity are hard enough on our locks. Add the occasional dip in the pool or ocean, plus air-conditioned temps, and it’s no wonder our scalp needs extra love too. Thanks to this nourishing treatment, we no longer contend with dry flakes or itchy irritation.
Colour treated hair is damaged hair. Period. Enter Shu Uemera Silk Bloom Shampoo to the rescue. Not only does it leave our locks silky smooth, it helps to reinforce hair fibre thanks to its vitamin E, ceramides and nourishing argan oil.
Finally, a finishing conditioner that moisturizes without leaving hair weighed down. This remedy not only strengthens and protects, it improves shine, tone and body too. So good, we’ll use it regularly with no build-up.
Since finding this shampoo at our local Whole Foods, we keep a healthy stock – not just for us, but our kids too. Its blend of sage, lavender and rosemary smells heavenly. It also cleans and nourishes just as good as most higher end brands.
A ‘hot sweaty mess’ is how we like to feel post-yoga, not look it. Hence why we’re loving this dry shampoo. Just a few sprays is all it takes for instant clean and volume with no flakes or oily residue. So good, it’s become a workout bag staple.