5 New Additions To My Winter Haircare Routine

By Laura Thornberry - 09:00

Way back in September I shared a blog post featuring some of my favourite Autumn haircare. Some of the products in this post I am still currently using to this day, and others I have replaced with something new. My Winter haircare routine is much more thorough and my hair needs all the hydration and nourishment to battle the cold, harsh weather. I've recently tried and tested some new haircare that I've added to my haircare routine, and that leave me with beautiful, shiny and healthy hair. Let's take a look! 
Soap and Glory Junk The Gunk™ Charcoal Shampoo
Soap and Glory Junk The Gunk™ Charcoal Shampoo - £7.50
The most recent addition to my ever changing haircare routine has been the newly released Charcoal Shampoo from Soap and Glory. It's unlike any other product I have ever used! Formulated with bamboo charcoal and apricot seed exfoliators, this helps cleanse and refresh the scalp as well as removing product build-up and leaving hair feeling ultra-cleansed. My hair looks nourished, healthy and bouncier! The first time I used this, it felt extremely weird, I could feel the small exfoliating bits being massaged into my scalp, but after a while you get used to it and it does a pretty good job. Scented with notes of grapefruit and bergamot, it leaves your hair smelling pretty damn good.
Aussie Scent-Sational Smooth Conditioning Mist
Aussie Scent-Sational Smooth Conditioning Mist - £9.99
If you've read my previous haircare posts, you'll already know that I'm a massive fan of Aussie Haircare. They've recently brought out a few new haircare products that I just had to get my hands on, and I opted for the Aussie Scent-Sational Smooth Conditioning Mist. A perfect product to use that gives your locks a shiny boost and add gloss to every strand. It promises to leave your hair smelling delightful with a 48h scent-sational fragrance. I can smell this so strongly when I brush through my hair and it lingers all day long.
Siliscrub Scalp Brush
Siliscrub Scalp Brush £2.59
Something that I recently saw on Instagram and decided that I needed to see what all the hype is was the Siliscrub Scalp Brush. At first I thought this was a bit of a gimmick product, but after a few tries, I actually really enjoyed using it. It's built to exfoliate and cleanse the scalp, boost hair growth, eliminate dandruff, and get rid of scalp troubles. It uses soft silicone bristles to brush over the scalp whilst shampooing, and helps you to maintain a healthy scalp by gently lifting away dead skin cells and impurities, and increasing blood flow. It feels like a deep head massage and is the best way to shampoo your hair. It left my hair feeling a lot cleaner and much bouncier. I managed to get around 4 days without washing. I also noticed that my hair had less product build up in the roots, and didn't get greasy/oily as quick.
L'oreal Dream Lengths Heat Mask
L'oreal Dream Lengths Heat Mask - £5.99
After discovering my love for the L'oreal Dream Lengths haircare range, when I saw that they had released a new innovative hair mask, I was all over it! The mask itself follows a 2 step system: Step 1: features a thick balm that you apply from root to tip and leaves the hair feeling immediately nourished. I like to comb the product through so I am sure all my hair is completely covered in the mask. Step 2: A tissue cap infused with a self-heating lotion. You can leave this on for around 10 minutes, or longer if you want a deeper condition. From the very first application, the results were incredible. Silky soft, beautiful hair! Even my dry ends were no more! Would highly recommend!
The Body Shop Banana Mask
The Body Shop Banana Mask -£12
This absolute gem from The Body Shop has been my life saver this winter when it comes to haircare. It's been my go-to hair mask with amazing results after every single use. I tend to use this product once-a-week as a deep conditioning treatment, applying the mask all over my hair, focusing on the mid-lengths to ends as this is where I see the most damage and dryness. Enriched with a blend of natural ingredients, including organic Banana puree from Ecuador and Brazil Nut oil from Peru. It leaves hair feeling intensely nourished from root-to-tip, banishes frizz and my hair looks instantly shinier and glossier, all without being weighed down. Another huge plus to this product is the scent. It takes me way back to my childhood of having Nesquik Banana milkshakes and foamy banana sweets. The smell is so fresh and fruity, it's insane.

What products are in your Winter haircare routine? What would you recommend for dry, heat damaged hair?

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