The latest addition to the Revolution Plex haircare collection has arrived, and it’s the Revolution Haircare Plex 10 Bond Restore Lamellar Water.
The Revolution Haircare Plex collection is the brand’s version of Olaplex, but considerably more affordable, as well as being cruelty-free.
Whenever there’s a new addition to the Revolution Haircare Plex collection, it’s always exciting, but this particular launch looks to be a dupe for the iconic Redken Lamellar Water and L’Oreal Wonder Water, but obviously cheaper…
“Revolution Haircare Plex 10 Bond Restore Lamellar Water (150ml) is a lightweight, water-based formula which restores and strengthens damaged hair, increasing softness and shine.“
The Revolution Haircare Plex 10 Bond Restore Lamellar Water £8.50 is formulated with Revolution’s Protein Cascade System, which is described as being a triple molecular weight protein system.
It works by targeting the varying layers of the hair fibre, and replenishing the hair from within, to leave the hair feeling renewed, with an enhanced healthy shine and texture.
- Adds irresistible shine to the hair
- Enhances softness and strengthens the hair
- Lightweight liquid priming formula powered by Revolution Plex’s protein cascade system
- A post-shampoo, pre-conditioner treatment to enhance and restore the hair
The directions for the Revolution Haircare Plex 10 Bond Restore Lamellar Water are super simple, with you applying the product to wet hair after shampooing, and then leave for 2-3 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
I can’t wait to try this Revolution version, to see how it compares to the more expensive Lamellar Waters, and it’ll be available very soon.
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