I’ll be honest, my hair care routine is not the best! I straighten my hair far too much so it could really do with some TLC. I was delighted when I was introduced to and asked to try out some goodies from Less is More Organic hair care. Less is More are a vegan and cruelty free brand.
Lavender Smooth Balm
The first thing I’ve been trying out is this Lavender Smooth Balm. It’s a nourishing leave-in conditioner, ideal for dry and thick hair. It’s anti-frizz and protects against heat when styling and helps to prevent split ends!
From over straightening my hair I really struggle with frizz and split ends so this product is made for me!
You apply a small amount of this to damp hair when you’re just out of the shower and leave it in. I apply two or three pumps when I’m straight out of the shower to the bottom third of my wet hair, the same area where I would put conditioner on in the shower and make sure not to get it in my roots. (the area that gets forever greasy!) It melts into wet hair straight away and the overly lavender scent disappears. Applying this makes combing my hair much easier so it definitely conditions it and smooths it out. I’m looking forward to seeing how this improves my hair over time!
This is a lightweight moisturising spray which gives hair a softer texture and tames those annoying flyaway hairs!
I spritz this four or five times all over my hair as soon as I get out of the shower, when my hair is still wet. This doesn’t leave a residue or make your hair crunchy like some sprays do. (something I was apprehensive about) It definitely makes my hair a lot softer and hasn’t made my roots greasy! Although it hasn’t got rid of all flyaways I think it made a real difference to the staticy bits I get at the top when I straighten my hair. I really enjoy using this spray, it gives my hair a great moisture boost.
I love both these products and can’t wait to keep using them. I definitely want to check out more from the less is more range! (Their site is in German but there’s a button at the side to change the language to English so make sure to check it out!)
Have you used anything from this brand before? Please share your top hair care tips in the comments!