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Do You Purchase Salon and Spa Products?

Hey Neighbors!

We have a large family, at least by most people's standards.  There are eight of us, with five being female.  We buy ALOT of hair products!  And I don't just mean for the girls!  My older daughters purchase their own hair products, but we still have a twelve year old (daughter) with fine, flyaway hair.  Next is my fifteen year old daughter who has to wash her hair daily and use a shampoo that will remove oils, yet not damage the hair.  I use a conditioning, moisturizing shampoo and conditioner because, even though I don't use a curling iron, blow dryer or other heat producing instrument, my hair is extremely dry.  With all these products I have considered ordering from a salon.  Do any of my neighbors have any thoughts on this?  Have any of you heard of Devachan Salon and Spa?

Anyway, all of that above is without even mentioning my sons.  They both use a shampoo and conditioner, but they like to use a light gel to help hold their hair in place.  Between hair care products and shaving products, their bathroom is full!  Dad shares their bathroom too, so his supplies are also in there!

Anyway, I was wondering if salon products are worth the extra cost.  The only time I have used salon products is the few times I have actually gone in to get my hair trimmed.  My daughters have tried some, and I have sampled some of theirs, but I am just wondering, especially for my fifteen year old as she reacts to some products.  Unfortunately she also has reactions to soaps so we have to be very careful when purchasing for her.  Any suggestions here?  She presently uses a natural soap, but we haven't found a shampoo we are entirely satisfied with.

 I am sure my older daughters would enjoy trying out some salon products.  They use shampoo and conditioner, but they also use styling products.  All of us have long hair and we are always watching for something new that will work with our hair type. Products to help prevent frizz, something to help smooth, a leave in conditioner, etc.  

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and opinions are mine.


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