Richard Ward Anti-Ageing Argan Shampoo and Conditioner | Review
A few months ago I was offered the chance to try out a few products from Richard Wards Anti-Ageing Argan range and of course I jumped at the chance.I received the Anti-Ageing Shampoo, Conditioner and Mousse but so far I've only got around to giving both the Shampoo and Conditioner a whirl.
As the name of the products suggests the Anti-Ageing range is aimed at the more mature women or men to prevent the effects of ageing. As you get older, the finer and thinner your hair becomes, the more difficult it is to manage. I'm only in my early 20's so I'm afraid I am unable to comment on the anti-ageing aspects of the Shampoo and Conditioner but nonethless they are both incredibly great products for various reasons.
I have used the Shampoo and Conditionerevery single day I've washed my hair for the last few months and I am absolutely loving the effects they have had on my hair. You get 250ml worth of product in each bottle although you don't need to use much of the product to apply to the hair. Both bottles have lasted me nearly 3 months which is incredible, although as expected I ran out of my Shampoo before the Conditioner. Why do they never run out around the same time? The formula is of a slightly thick texture and lathers up really well and applies easily but smoothly to the lengths of my hair. As for the scent, well it's hard to put my finger on, it's almost fruity but incredibly subtle rather than being too overpowering.
I have quite fine, damaged hair which is most probably down to the bleach and hair dye I've applied to my scalp over the last few years and I sometimes find it incredibly difficult to manage. My hair tends to get tangled and breaks easily and the Shampoo and Conditioner as a combination have completely revitalized my hair.
After rinsing and towel drying my hair my hair brush is able to run through my locks smoothly with ease. No pulling or tugging on the hair, Phew! Completely pain free. I also find that my hair is given a slight boost at the roots, especially after blow drying through the hair afterwards which I happen to love.
After use my hair feels softer, sleeker and incredibly nourished with an extra boost at the roots. What's not to love? I think this may be down to the main ingredients, Argan Oil and Olea Leaf. Argan Oil is well known for it's rejuvenating, smoothing, healing properties and admittedly I have never heard of Olea Leaf. As it says on the back of the bottle the Olea Leaf helps to restore the hairs lustre, shine and condition.
I am so unbelievably impressed at how these products have worked for my hair. You can purchase the Richard Ward Anti-Ageing Shampoo and Conditioner for an impressive price of just £5.99 each.
Have you tried anything from the Richard Ward Anti-Ageing Hair Range?
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