Lee Stafford Growth Range - The Beginning

Tuesday, June 26, 2012


This is not a review nor is it my initial thoughts of the range but more of a log in a virtual diary.
My hair is currently 17inches long (from root to tip) and is at that annoying stage where it simply doesn't seem to be growing...well it is but not quickly!


To hopefully boost my hair's growth over the next few months I will be trailing the Lee Stafford Growth Range which consists of a shampoo, conditioner and treatment. I have decided to update with a one month progress post, a three month progress update and the grand finale six months later!
For once I have actually remembered to photograph my hair so I can do a before and after once six months pass, go me!


At the moment there is not much I can really say about the products as I have only just used the shampoo and conditioner once and I am currently typing away with the treatment slopped over my head but
what I can say is that the scent is very floral and girlie - the pink packaging is an indication of what to expect!


Each product is protein based to fertilize the hair follicles, creating a healthy environment on the scalp for the hair to hopefully grow faster and healthier. The product range also protects against heat and UV damage.

Wish me luck!

You can purchase the Lee Stafford Growth Range from Boots stores with products starting at £6.99 - link
but they are currently on a 3 for 2 offer!


30 comments:

  1. I've used two tubs of the treatment alone (had read the shampoo and conditioner weren't as good) and DEFINITELY saw an improvement in my hair. I'm not sure whether it grew any *faster* but it was in much better condition overall and a lot healthier. A great treatment mask. Good luck with the growth!

    xx.

    cosmeticcrush.blogspot.com

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    1. That sounds promising :) even if it doesn't grow massively good conditioned hair is always on my radar :)

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  2. I like the shampoo (made my hair so soft) and my hair was in SUCH a good condition after using two tubs of the treatment, but really was not fussed about the normal conditioner. Hope it works well for you :) xx

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    1. I really hope I see the same results :)

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  3. I really like the treatment but didnt think it actually made my hair grow anymore than it usually did! Just made it into a much better condition. x

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    1. I'd still be very happy with my hair if that happens to be the case for me :)

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  4. I love lee stafford products. Hair typically grows at half an inch a month and if you google anagen cycle it will give you the science on hair growing =) MIght find it interesting. I also did a post on it last month.
    xx

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    1. I did and I read your post on it :) I like stuff on that vain makes me feel knowledgeable although I am not haha!

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  5. I really want to try the 'for hair that never grows past a certain length' product as this describes my hair! Hope they work :)
    Daniella x

    http://daniella-r.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. I really like the other products by Lee Stafford so I might have to check these out, look forward to seeing how you get on :) x

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    1. I love the bleach blonde range :) yes definitely have a look there is something for everyone :)

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  7. I've tried the treatment, its great for getting your hair in good condition (not sure how much it actually helps growth) just make sure you do the lid up properly because it goes weird quickly if you forget.

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    1. Thanks for the heads up I tend to forget to place the lid on tubs so I have noted that :)

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  8. I really like the treatment, makes my hair really soft with making it too heavy.
    I always buy it when the 3 4 2 is only.
    Shampoo and Conditioner didn't do that much.
    Amy
    http://pinkandtwinkly.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. That's the best way to do it...saves money ;)

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  9. I'm currently trying out the hair treatment. I don't mind using it but I'm not seeing the benefits of it that is described on the packaging :( still going to use it up though! Can't wait to see how you like them!

    www.thoughtfulsunday.blogspot.co.uk/

    xx

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    1. Ah that sucks I'd stick with it you never know :)

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  10. The best thing I've found for making hair grow quicker is Sea Kelp. You can the tablets in Holland & Barrett pretty cheap and they really do work! They make your nails grow too! XX

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    1. Thank you I shall pick those up :)

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  11. I love Lee Stafford products! Although I haven't tried these in particular, his other products have made my hair in such good condition that I have been able to leave it longer in between getting it trimmed :)
    N xoxo
    http://breathebeautyfitness.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. That is a great result :) which line do you use?

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  12. I have the beach product of it, I wish I could try out the paste, but it wasn't available yet before I left Europe

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  13. From these comments I'm thinking even if it isn't much for growth (which I suppose we don't really expect!), it's amazing for condition of hair! I think I'll definitely be giving it a whirl :-)

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  14. Ooo I'm looking forward to seeing whether this have an effect :) xx

    jensbrightandbeautiful.blogspot.com

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  15. I've used the treatment in combination with the banana shampoo and conditioner from Body Shop, it is my top 'drug store' combo for hair. The treatment smells fab and always leaves my hair very soft and as smooth as it has ever got. xx
    http://essjay23x.blogspot.com

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  16. I can't wait to see the results of this! I always want to try the treatments, I loveeee treatments for my hair!

    Lauren
    WIMMUB.blogspot.com
    xxx

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  17. always wanted to try this line, the packaging draws me in so much!

    http://studsanddreams.blogspot.co.uk/

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