October 21, 2013

Watsons Shampoo and Hair Treat Hair Spa

*burp* Excuse me, sorry I just had my tea time and I'm so full.  Funny that "tea time" sounds elegant but really I just have some sweets namely mochis and bread and salted biscuit spread with chocolate/hazelnut spread with green tea and an alternative rock songs with orchestra on the background .  Maybe next time I'll buy some nice plates and cute cup and saucer to complement the aztec-designed blanket that I just bought.

Enough of my tea time and let's move on with 2 of my hair products that I got from Watsons (as requested by Shane of Queen Of All You See).

Once upon a time my sisters and I experimented in rebonding our hairs.  Overall, the result is good though there are some parts of my hair that seems to be electricuted.  One of my sisters colored my hair when I was in grade 3 and my hair was curl-treated when I was in kindergarten.  The result?  My hair is damaged and dry.  2 years ago, I had a semi-rebond in a salon and the guy in charge really took care of my hair that somehow improved the condition of it.  To be honest, I'm actually afraid to go to a salon to get my hair done because I got traumatized with what my sisters experienced in salons (even if they paid a lot).  Think of bleeding scalp and excessive hair fall, yikes! Plus I also hate to stay and read magazines for extended hours.  And so I usually just choose products that are repairing and promises to be moisturizing.

Let's start with the Watsons Repairing Treatment Shampoo.  My go to shampoo is Palmolive in green variant because it just has the right smell and bubbles but lately the price of this particular brand is going up although it's still one of the cheapest in the market but really, for me shampoo is just a shampoo.  As long as it cleans my hair and scalp without drying it then I'm okay with it.  So one, while browsing the aisles of Watsons, I saw a Watsons branded shampoos that are on a buy 1 take 1 promo in 400 ml each for just P299! Whoah, that's a big saving.


Watsons Repairing Treatmeant Shampoo Honey and Hair Treats Hair Spa

I got the honey variant which is for dry or permed hair (also got the milk protein variant which is for brittle and damaged hair) and so far so good.  It cleanses my scalp and hair plus I also think that it strengthen and moisturizes my hair and scalp (as claimed by the product) and don't see a lot of split ends even if it's a lready two months since I had my haircut.  It doesn't bubble mcsh which is fine because they say that if a shampoo excessively bubbles then there's this chemical added to it that is somewhat harmful? Not sure but then again a bottle is 400 ml so I use a lot when I shampoo (I shampoo every other day only) plus it also has this nice not too sweet and baby-like smell.

Nope, the shampoo is not yellow in color-just milky pearly white and please pardon my super-lined hands.

Enjoy a salon treatment for your hair at home!  Watsons Honey Treatment Shampoo is formulated with Natural Honey and Hydrolized Wheat Protein.  It cleanses your hair whilst repairing each hair strand from root to tip.  It leaves your hair healthier and more manageable after use.
Usage:  Apply to wet hair and massage into the scalp.  Rinse thoroughly.  For best results, use with Watsons Honey Treatment Wax.

Sad though that I can't find the treatment wax counterpart of this one so I just randomly buy hair treatments.

Hair Treats Hair Spa Virgin Coconut more natural ways to revive full bodied and nourished hair, leaving hair soft, shiny and manageable.

Okay this hair treatment is actually my niece but she totally forgot about it and buoght another hair treatment.  And when I showed it to her, she said it's all mine ~sweet~ free hair product for her tita (this is usually on a buy 1 take 1 promo too at more or less P150).

Let me say that Hair Treats Hair Spa is superb as a hair conditioner but underperforms as a hair treatment.  For the first week, I only use this twice a week and the effect just last for a day.  So since I wanted to get rid of this ASAP since my niece open this for how many months already, I decided to use it on a daily basis and it just made my hair tamed.  It just give the result that I want - that is straight (because I have straight hair) but still have body (I don't like walis tingting result) and shiny.  So I'm liking this one too though I can't recommend it to this with sensitive scalp as it might be too much to use it on a daily basis since I sometimes scratch my head and see blood on my nails, I'll just remind myself to reduce the amount of product and time that I leave this on my hair and scalp, maybe 5 minutes max.  By the way, be surprised with the scent of this one ahahaha.

Oh and here's my bed hair by the way.  Unedited and a little messy but I'm happy with it.


Thanks for reading. Till then. Bye!

13 comments:

  1. I've heard a lot of good things about watsons but I've never gotten the chance to purchase anything from them. Too bad it didn't do too well as a hair treatment. Thanks for the great review! :)

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  2. Nice post! Once you make sure the oil is not too hot for your hands or scalp, divide your hair into segments on top of your hand and take the oil and massage it into your scalp in circular motions. This promotes blood flow and circulation and also helps to make your scalp stronger.
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  6. Hello arya! Does the honey treatment shampoo is effective? I'm thinking if I'm going to by the A Bonne Hair Spa for my sister, She got some messed up hair style. I saw it at goods.ph (https://www.goods.ph/a-bonne-hair-spa-500g-13321.html). Can you make a short review about it? Thank you so much!

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  7. hi, I would to ask on how to unlock this bottle of shampoo

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    1. Hi cake, I believe you have to twist the pump counter clockwise

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