Thin Hair Champions – L’Oreal Sulfate Free Shampoo & Conditioner.

A photo of L'Oreal EverStrong Volume Shampoo and Thickening Conditioner and an aloe plantHey there bow friends,

I wanted to start this post out thanking you for all your lovely comments on my PCOS video and blog post.  You have all been leaving incredible words of wisdom and loving support and it has meant so much to me.  If you checked out the PCOS video, you’ll know that my prescription for my PCOS has been making my hair fall out and thin.  I’ve been very loyal to the L’Oreal Sulfate Free Shampoos and Conditioners ever since I started coloring my hair long, long ago and I hoped that I could find something in the range that would help me with my hair woes.  Boy, was I right.

My usual go to shampoo and conditioner from the range are the Smoothing or Volume ones from the EverPure Anti-Fade System part of the range.   I’ve noticed since my hair has begun thinning that it lies very flat at the top of my head, so I decided to stick to the EverPure Volume Shampoo.  It gives my hair a lot of body and doesn’t weigh it down.

When it came to conditioner I decided to try something new.  The EverStrong section of the range is meant to nourish your hair and scalp and the EverStrong Thickening Conditioner is meant to strengthen weak and thinning hair.  As you might remember from my hair story, I bleached my ends last winter so they’ve been a bit more dry than the rest of my hair.  Dry ends and thinning hair isn’t a good combo, but I can tell this conditioner has made a huge difference in my hair texture and condition.  The end result is thicker feeling, fuller hair.

I hope this is helpful for any of you thin hair ladies and gents out there.  I’m still messing around with different hair products, but I know I’ll be sticking to this shampoo and conditioner for a while.  Thanks again for all your support of my health and just me in general.  I love you very much.

We shall talk soon!

-Tara Joy

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