31 July 2011

Review: Lee Stafford Hot Shots

 
Took me ages to figure out what the little logo was, but its a bull dog!
He says ~ Lee Stafford Hot Shots 2 Minute Miracle Repair Kit is a self-heating conditioning treatment with Pro-Repair™ which gets to the root of the problem by targeting dry and damaged hair to leave it healthy and beautifully conditioned. This intensive treatment is designed especially for damaged hair, with the Pro-Repair™ complex of Soy, Amino Acids and a Replenishing active, strengthening, replenishing and restoring the integrity of the cuticle and optimising the moisture balance. Containing warming vanilla this shot stimulates and increases circulation due to its spicy ingredients. Lee Stafford products are not tested on animals.


I say ~ After using this I found my hair to feel silky. I don't know if it it 'replenished and replaced the integrity of the cuticle'. I know once you have a split stand of hair it is impossible for this to be repaired. 

The packaging is not practical, while it was easy to get the top off the plastic tube it is in is quite thick and so you can't squeeze all the product out.

For me I found it to be very warming and managed to get it on my shoulders and neck which was uncomfortable. Another time I managed to get it in my eyes which really wasn't much fun, so if you do try this BE CAREFUL!

Would I recommend it? Unless you have super dry hair I doubt I would. As soon as I washed my hair after using this the result left and so only really behaved as a conditioner which made my scalp feel hot.

Would I buy it again? No. Completely over priced and didn't have much effect on my hair. Nothing a normal conditioner wouldn't have done.

3 / 10

£7.19 - 45ml
Boots

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