Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Range: Review

Saturday 9 March 2019

If you have followed my blog for a few years, you may know how much I love a Lee Stafford Haircare Collection. The brand are often bringing out new releases and one of their most recent, Cactus Crush, is all about providing the hair with hydration and moisture. Here are some of my faves from the range...
The Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Thirst Aid (£7.99) comes in a 100ml tube and smells super fresh and invigorating. Lee Stafford have used the hydrating properties of the Cactus to create this all-in-one hair lotion, which adds softness, conditions, smooths, strengthens and even de-tangles. My hair tends to get pretty dry throughout Autumn and Winter and I found that this really helped to keep my hair feeling much fresher and well-conditioned. If you use electrical hair styling tools or have your hair coloured, this is a great product for you also as it gives heat and colour fade protection. Even though Thirst Aid is a lotion, it isn't thick or gloopy and I found that it didn't weigh my hair down. This is best used on towel dried hair and I like to massage a small amount through the mid lengths and ends. Due to this being a lotion you don't need to apply it to the roots as it is for dry, damaged hair.
If you are wanting a leave-in treatment for your dry hair, then I would recommend the Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Thirsty Spray (£7.99), which again smells incredible due to the blend of Cactus, Wild Lime and Kalahari Melon Oil. This leave-in conditioning spray can be applied on to dry or wet hair and works well at conditioning the hair, and once I have blow dried my hair, this helps to keep it feeling soft and helps my hair to look in much better condition. The bottle has a spray nozzle and you get 100ml of product, which spritzes out into a fine mist, which I much prefer as some spray applicators can drench your hair and leave it feeling heavy, but this doesn't.
I think my favourite product from the three that I have tried in this range has to be the Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Hydration Hit (£7.99). It has the same nourishing ingredients as the other two products and comes in a can, a little like a hairspray can with the same style of nozzle. As I suffer from frizziness, I have found that this helps to tame that and makes my hair look a lot smoother. This is a weightless, moisturising mist and it helps to lock in hydration to prevent your hair from drying out and I find that it is such a quick addition to your haircare routine as you literally just give the can a good shake, and spritz all over dry hair avoiding the roots. Hydration Hit comes in a 150ml can and so you get plenty of product for your money. Boots often have offers on Lee Stafford hair care and so it is always worth checking that out when you are wanting to purchase.
You can find the Lee Stafford Cactus Crush collection in-store and online at Boots.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*This post contains products which were gifted to me, but all opinions are my own

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