My hair is my best friend. Well, it’s in my circle of close friends. Along with my Macbook, my blog, snowboarding and my melons. Wait, not my melons, naughty pants! Just those juicy, tasty ones I get from Tesco.
Now you’ve made me feel awkward.
I always moan that my hair doesn’t grow fast enough. It currently sits just above my belly button but I want it down to my hips. Then I’ll probably want it down past my bum. Then my knees. I’m just going to take this as far as I can. Now I’m getting old (dirty 30 next year!) I’ve come to the realisation that I’m probably not going to be able to pull off long hair for much.. er.. excuse the pun.. longer.
Therefore I’m growing it as much as possible and then when I’m 30 and having a total break down because I’m BLOODY THIRTY YEARS OLD and have no husbands or kids or houses or any of those things you think you will have by thirty, at least I’ll have long hair.
Then I’ll probably shave it off in a desperate cry for help. And hit some paparazzi with an umbrella. Although I don’t know any paparazzi so it will probably just be pedestrians walking down the street.
Stay indoors in July 2016, is all I’m saying.
So, let’s get on with the post shall we?
The team at GoldCrush sent me 2 months worth of food supplements that are specially formulated to boost the amount of nutrients in our bodies to feed our hair follicles, which contributes to the maintenance of healthy hair.
They also help your skin and nails, which is a triple win. I need all the help I can get when it comes to my skin.
We spend a lot of money on hair products to help take care of our tresses and style it, but GoldCrush believe that it’s just as important to start your haircare routine from within.
You take two capsules a day with a meal and jobs a good ‘en.
I’ve been using these for about three weeks now and although that’s not long enough to notice a drastic change in length, I have noticed that my scalp is a lot healthier. I have to use special shampoo from the pharmacist to stop my scalp flaking (gross, I know!) but literally big clumps come off without it. I’ve not used it for the past few weeks and my scalp has been fine.
I’ve also been able to go a couple of days longer between washes which is a big bonus as my hair can be such a hassle to dry and straighten! I used to wash it every 2-3 days and now I was it every 4-5 before it starts to look dull and greasy.
I was also sent this tshirt that measures the progress of your hair, although my hair is already past the last line! They should add another 10 for ‘extreme hair-growers’ like me 😉
Find out more here.
Have you ever tried vitamins for your hair?