Monday, November 19, 2012

Lee Stafford Breaking Hair Treatment - Review

After bemoaning about my dry hair yesterday, this morning I raided my beauty cupboard
and stumbled across an old but now neglected favourite - Lee Stafford's Breaking Hair Treatment.
When Boots run their 3 for 2 offer on Lee Stafford hair care I stock up and actually bought this product
by accident - it looks so similar to the Hair Growth Treatment but a happy mistake it did make.

This treatment has been formulated to prevent hair breaking/snapping of which is often a problem
among those that over process their hair with bleach and other harsh chemicals,
at the moment this is not a problem for me but I do enjoy its deep conditioning properties.
Basically Lee Stafford claims that this product will penetrate the hairs core, repair the hairs cuticle
and over time rebalance moisture levels.

I have no idea if that is true but what I can tell you is that when my hair goes through its odd dry patch
when nothing seems to quench its thirst this is the product I slap on in place of my regular conditioner
and I know that when I rinse it off my hair will be in a much better state.
I don't recommend using this for daily use or with every wash as it can be quite heavy
but for a quick moisture boost or to help repair damaged hair over time this is the way to go!

Lee Stafford Breaking Hair Treatment £6.99/200ml via Boots  - link
but currently on a 3 for £12 offer!


  1. I really want to try this, it just describes my hair!:)

  2. Sounds good, i love Lee Stafford for hair products, always fixes me hair :)

    Sophierosehearts x

  3. I love the smell of loads of the Lee Stafford products and need something for my dry hair...might have to try this out!

    Pixie x

  4. I think I need this, my hair is wrecked.


  5. That looks delicious! I'm yet to try Lee Stafford products but I think that'd be a good place to start, especially with all the blowdrying my hair goes through in the winter when it's harder to leave it to dry naturally :)

    Kerry x

  6. Need to get me some of this!

    Going from dark brown to a blonde it's a bit dry!


    <3 Hidden Freckles Beauty Blog xxx

  7. I bleached my hair recently & now it hates me for it :( think I'll have to give this a try! x

  8. I love Lee stafford I do still have some sea salt spray, But here In the Antilles is a unknown brand , they wont bring it here either

  9. I really want to try all the Lee Stafford products that you have blogged about! They sound great.

    Gillian x

  10. That looks nice. I've never heard of this brand before.

  11. Great post, will definitely have to try out this product! :) ♥

  12. Looks like a great product! I'm currently using pro naturals argan oil treatments and they work really well too.

  13. Wow this product looks like just the thing I have been searching for after I recently bleached my hair and now its very damaged :( might just have to give this one a go!

    Lipgloss Lady

  14. thank you for the recommendation, I use another good product for repairing the hair, it's pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair mask which keeps my hair soft, shiny and healthy. :D

  15. Really need to try this and the growth treatment, thanks for the review x

  16. The same thing happened to me! i bought this product instead of the hair growth treatment! Oh well its a pretty good product!x

    1. When i was facing this problem at that time i knew how to treat hair problems. It was a great experience for me.

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  18. I have curly and dry hair so I had done Lee Stafford's Breaking Hair Treatment. Now I found that my hair become silky and straight. Before this treatment I had use dove dryness care shampoo and some hopeful result


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