Phyto Paris| For ultra damaged, Brittle & dry hair

I am just back from a family holiday in sunny Portugal. I can now formally apologise for the holiday spam across my social media, but I was just having so much fun and I wanted to share. From warm sandy beaches to walking the cobbled streets my hair was feeling the strain from the hot Portuguese sun. As I bleach my hair and also overuse hot hair tools I need to give my hair a little extra TLC to protect it.

I had packed a few hair protection sprays and serums to help me out whilst on holiday. My hair must have products at the moment are Dr Paw Paw 7 in 1 treatment styler (check out the blog post Here ) Alfaparf Milano Diamond Liquid and one of my new favourites – a product from Phyto Paris, Exceptional cream. This cream is specifically designed for ultra – damaged, brittle and dry hair.



This nourishing, ultra-fluid cream instantly reveals radiantly healthy hair. It is lightweight and instantly absorbed. it’s the perfect balance of sensoriel richness and weightlessness.


The key ingredients are Botanical Keratin, Sapote Butter, Baobab Oil.

This is a leave in product that I apply to damp hair, comb through and dry /style as normal. It combines the repairing power of botanical keratin, injected into the hair fibre to rebuild and repair from deep within. The luxe formula prevents breakage, dryness and frizz. It leaves my hair soft, supple and illuminated with shine.

The product is HOT at the moment and sold out in Sephora but you can check it out Here

I hope you found this blog post to be helpful on your journey to a healthier hair regime.


Thank you for reading 

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