I put my trust in Phyto

This post is so sickening positive that it is going to sound like it's sponsored. But it isn't in the slightest.

I bought this shampoo and conditioner in Boots (Mall of the Emirates to be precise!) and from the very first moment I used the combination together, I LOVED it. 

Insert smiley face!


Phytorhum - the rum smelling shampoo - I have used before and so this was a very happy repurchase. Phytobaume however, I have not. It purports to be for all hair types and manages to provide strength and detangling powers...so for £10 I thought I would give it a try.


The lesson I have learned so far? I should always trust Phyto.

I don't know if it's the conditioner on it's own - or if its the combination together - but as soon as I used them I noticed a huge difference. And this was as soon as I stepped out of the shower.

My hair felt nourished and thick - not coated with that silky silicone that the cheaper (and sometimes not so cheap!) conditioners leave behind. It felt....I suppose the word is healthy!

Even better it has continued to dry completely smooth and with natural volume. It doesn't feel weighed down and there are no flyaways.

It's interesting - and very exciting - that the statement made on the packaging about what Phytobaume does has rung exactly true in reality:

* It's a gentle conditioner
* The use of mallow softens the hair
* It has a delicately scented formula
* Detangles without weighing it down
* Reduces static electricity
* Makes hair shiny, silky and soft

In short, it's bloody marvellous!

So yes I would recommend this and all other Phyto products I have talked about before (tablets, shampoo etc...) For a middle-market price you get a really great product and that's something I think we are always happy to hear about.

Okay, I will shut up now :)

Any hair products inspiring you lately? 

69 comments:

  1. My Gosh, Laura, that pic is gorgeous and your hair looks perfect!
    I just bought (but haven't tried yet) a Bed Head shampoo for brunettes in an attempt to make my copper color last longer. We'll see. Other than that, Phyto is excellent indeed!

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  2. Oooh! Your hair looks all healthy and "pouffy" (in a good way!) Looking good!

    My current shampoo/conditioner combo is Redken "All soft" I'm also a fan of Kerastase "Bain de Force" and I like TIGI Headshot "heavenly hydrating" which is really difficult to get hold of these days!

    I'm a bit of a shampoo whore to be honest, completely unloyal to any particular brand :)

    Phyto is now on my list of new "conquests" :D xx

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  3. You had me sold at the rum smelling part :) x

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  4. @Musing on Beauty - fingers crossed the Bedhead works for you! ;) Thank you!

    @The Pampered Sparrow - heehee i like pouffy so it's all good :) Gotta try some Phyto although I am not sure you should deviate from Kerastase - hear v. good things!

    @Flutura - it really does smell like egg nog. Perfect for this time of year!

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  5. I love Phyto! I first heard about it about two years ago, in one of your yt videos. I have the Phytonectar Shampoo and I also use the Phytobaume. Sometimes I also use their Baume defrisant and every day I apply the hair cream, also from their range. I have been dyeing my hair blonde for years now, so it sometimes gets very dry, but these products help it stay hydrated and strong, especially as it has gotten very long lately. I actually think I need a trim. Your hair looks amazing in this pic! What did you use to get the waves? I have been on the hunt for tools and products to create a similar style and still not sure what to buy. XOXO

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  6. Your hair looks amazing! I love the natural waves.

    I'm using Bed Head Dumb Blonde shampoo and conditioner at the mo, partly due to the sweet coconuty smell, but also because I feel like this combination really cleans my hair and makes it feel super soft.

    I'm definitely going to give the Phyto range a try next!

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  7. Your photo is amazing :) You should make an advertisement for them :)

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  8. @Ina - I really want to use a daily baume - I know they have a few so that's definitely going to be my next purchase! I used a conical wand: it's the easiest thing ever although probably not great for the hair. I blast it all over with a Redken heat protectant.

    @Pint Sized Confessions - ooh i love coconut anything!

    @Gos - haha thank you :) I need better hair and a face for that :)

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  9. Your hair looks great in that photo! I'm currently using a Joico conditioner which I'm running out of. Maybe I'll give this brand a try.

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  10. Thanks! Will look into conical wands and Redken styling products :)

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  11. i guess i need to run to boots! your hair looks amazingly bouncy and soft!
    x

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  12. Your hair looks gorgeous and so healthy! I have some phyto samples from Sephora - I think I'll give them a try and see if they work for me.

    For haircare I've been loving Burts Bees products - they're sulfate and paraben free - but also, they REALLY work. The volumizing shampoo provides A LOT of volume at the root (I don't use it on the length of my hair as its a bit drying) the Beet conditioner leaves my hair super-shiny, and the Green Tea and Fennel shampoo has really been gentle on my colour-treated hair. Added bonus - all their hair products smell AMAZING - not synthetic or cloying, but fresh and lovely :-)

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  13. couldn't agree more! wonderful products!

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  14. I recently purchased the La Roche-Posay cream that you recommended (and the moisturiser), even though i adore the Vichy Normaderm range, and i have to say that i think La Roche is flipping brilliant. I am a spot prone girl with picking tendencies and since using this (combined with Vichy) i've not had anything to pick at...

    ...So, (because i am rambling now) i will go out immediately and buy this shampoo, on your recommendation :)

    THANK YOU FOR HELPING ME GET CLEAR SKIN! First time in 2 decades and at 36, i needed it....

    (PS....What gets rid of crows feet apart from Botox.... Because Nanoblur is good.... but it's only temporary).

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  15. Liking the sound of this to tame my frizzy hair!

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    x

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  16. i've never tried phyto cause i've never seen it here in Italy but as soon as i see it i'm gonna try it!! your hair looks really better in this pictures, shiny and healthier, wow!
    thank you for sharing this! :)

    Mila


    thefashioncavern.blogspot.com

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  17. I love phyto so I completely get your happy post I was wondering , since I use the shampoo & conditioner do I need to get the pills too, I mean do you get extra gorgeous hair if you use the pills ?thanks hun you look lovely as always x

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  18. Love the curls. Something very sweet about the style. Do you condition your whole head or just the ends? Or does it depend on the conditioner?

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  19. @nana - I really love it! Not sure if its in Boots in the UK (maybe really huge stores) but definitely in John Lewis...I am assuming you are in the UK so if not ignore! :) haha

    @Ella Pretty Blog - ah samples! you lucky thing. Definitely give them a try! Will make a note of Burts Bees for future experimentation purposes :) Thanks!

    @Jennifer Belle - happy to see another Phyto lover!

    @Sarah - that is fantastic! i am genuinely happy for you as I know how horrible and confidence-shattering bad skin can be. Really hope you get on with these products if you decide to go for them. :)

    @Tina - definitely think you should try the conditioner then. Hope it works for you :)

    @Mila - thanks! definitely worth hunting down. :)

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  20. @Mania - i liked the pills. I used them for 4 months but i don't use them now. I think it's up to you. It's a triple whammy of goodness but maybe just try the shampoo and conditioner and see if its a brand for you. Of course I love it but you might wonder what the hell i am on about when you try it :) haha

    @Rachel - I personally concentrate on the ends and then work any remaining residue all over but it's really just a tiny amount. My ends need all the help they can get :)

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  21. Me too, I love Phyto products.. right now i'm using the phytokeratin line and i love it!! I haven't tried this conditioner yet but if you say it's so good, i might give it a try :)

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  22. thanks for sharing it laura..ur hair look amazing. I am currently using phytorhum and so sad to say bt it didnt deliver the results i expected..may b i had too high expectations! i have naturally normal hair, use of phytorhum leaves it pretty dry. I might try Keratase now...hope it works...

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  23. Oooh I bought this first time around you blgged abo0ut this, or was it a youtube video? nonetheless, it was an amazing shampoo, I did realise my hair didn't fall out as much, although my only problem with this was it was quite drying. Maybe I need the conditioner to make this truly work! xo

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  24. Your hair looks absolutely beautiful Laura!!! I love it curled like this and the shampoo and conditioner sound amaaaaazing! Definitely something I need to check out!!!

    Gem x
    www.twinklebug.com

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  25. I'm loving Phyto. I use both Shampoo but the one for irritated scalp and conditioner and my never been healthier!

    xx Olga
    La Petite Olga

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  26. love the tinge of colour at your ends! i'm loving the klorane extra gentle dry shampoo, john frieda lux volume lavish lift root booster (can the name be any longer??) and the jury's still out on the tsubaki head spa. my hair is very fine and responds well to a light hand with "gunking up" product... :)

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  27. i also love this shampoo, but have not tried the conditioner, but now i think i'm going to have to pick it up. your hair is looking amazing. love the waves.

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  28. Oooo i think i'll give this product a try :)

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  29. Firstly, how beautiful do you look in that photo?! I really hope I end up looking as good as you in the years to come!
    Seconly, this sounds fantastic and I must try, so thankyou :).
    -x

    http://makeupmeow.blogspot.com

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  30. Laura, just wanted you to know another blogger I follow recommended the Phyto Hair Relaxing Balm before blow drying or curling hair...the picture she showed with just blow drying was amazing!!! Right on beautiful...you might want to give it a go if you tend to have frizzies...I have shorter hair and not frizz, but her pic was a seller!!! BTW...Great pic of your hair!!! Thanks for the info on the shampoo and conditioner...

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  31. I received the Phytorhum shampoo as a gift when I bought a huge stack of products at the pharmacy. I'll admit I was a bit skeptical at first but as soon as I opened the bottle, I fell in love with the smell (this makes me sound slightly alcoholic, doesn't it? haha)I have oily hair so I only use this when my hair feels lifeless and needs some silkiness. also, I barely ever use conditioner but after your rave, I may just have to run and get it tomorrow! Xx

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  33. Aveda!! i am very much impressed by their products. I have tried Phyto and i like them as well, but it is much more expensive for what you get, and it doesn't go as far.

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  34. Hi Laura, looking faaabulus! I am in love with the loreal salon brand new lactic acid one - my hair is so heat damaged I am mortally ashamed and this seems to have resurrected it! I have learned no lessons though as I continue to curl and straighten to my hearts content!! :)

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  35. Interesting, unfortunately I can´t find this brand in Spain :(
    Lately,I´m in loooooove with argan oil, which makes my hair looks healthier and shinier.
    My favourite shampooing by far is Shampooing Blond Lumière by Dessange. Great stuff.
    xx

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  36. Never heard of this brand, but will look out for it now xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  37. Your hair looks amazing!
    I cut my hair last week to rid some of the heat damage. This shampoo and conditioner sound like just what what my hair needs right now. Must buy asap!

    sophiebakescakes.blogspot.com

    x

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  38. Laura, Have you tried Moroccanoil?

    Thank you for the recommendation of La Roche Posay stuff, my skin has never been so clear. I guess now I'm off to buy the phyto things now ;)

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  39. laura, your hair! it looks gorgeous! i've never had shampoo and conditioner that has promised to keep my hair soft and to keep it untangled but this seems like it would do the trick! will definitely have to invest. thanks for the heads up about it! X

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  40. You're hair looks gorgeous! I've tried so many shampoos and conditioners it's amazing I haven't found the perfect ones, but I'm still looking... Maybe I'll give these a try?

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  41. You have such a nice smile, Laura!

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  42. Sounds amazing! Will have a look around Boots to see if they have it here (Norway). Your hair looks great! :) Have not made any new hair finds lately, but have loving to wear my hair up. To be excact the tutorial of Wendys Lookbook on YT :) She is so sweet!

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  43. Hi Laura, the hair product I am currently loving is the Living Proof volumizing mousse. Definitely a recommend! Thanks for the informative/fun post! Love your blog :)

    xx Veronica

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  44. Oh your hair looks so pretty in this post, absolutely love the waves/curls. :)

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  45. Hmm I may have to look into this - I have been struggling to find a shampoo/cond combo i love after years of using kerastase xx

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  46. Got to say, I'm really pleased you posted this. I need a new shampoo and my hair has been nothing but flat recently. Thank you!

    www.mollyvogue.blogspot.com

    xx

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  47. I've never tried any products from this brand so must give them a whirl! x

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  48. You look beautiful in that pic! I'll have to see if I can buy this online. My hair has become a mess, and in need of some TLC.

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  49. I've tried Phyto before, the exact combination that you used. I liked the shampoo however the conditioner wasn't as nourishing as I want it to be, maybe it's just cause I've got extremely damaged dyed hair.. :)

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  50. regis designline silk drops..have you tried that? :) i like that a lot. comparable to chi silk infusion imho :)

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  51. I used Phytorhum and tried a few other of the phyto products after seeing one of your videos. I used them in conjunction with morrocon oil. Was really pleased with the results and recall the main reason I broke the routine was cos I couldn't get the phyto products easily. Rate morrocon oil highly and planning to get myself some more soon.

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  52. Your hair looks gorgeous! Must check it out. I'm addicted to Joico Intensive Hydrator at the mo, it's like a different head of hair

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  54. i really want to try these, and i dont think they are that expensive, esp if they work :D

    www.missmathful.blogspot.com

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  55. I actually purchased this exact shampoo and a phytobaume for dry hair on Monday! I hope I'll get great results too!

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  56. @Laura Thanks, il have a look in john lewis! :-)x

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  57. Wow your hair looks absolutely amazing (and I love that mall, I'd love to go back one day). I have a bunch of Phyto samples that I have just been waiting to try out - so this could be the perfect time :)

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  58. Random question - how do you get all your purchases home? As a shopaholic currently on a 3-months work assignment in Sydney I always have to remind myself of the baggage restrictions (23 kilos in economy) when I see yet another tempting "shoportunity". I've become an expert in taking stuff I intend to leave/throw away at my holiday destination to create space in the suitcase and have sent stuff home by post from less far away places, but still...

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  59. I assume it keeps your colour well and doesn't fade it? Your colour looked lovely, Laura so I assume it passes the test on that front. Will definitely give this a try if so.

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  60. I tried the Phyto shampoo for sensitive scalp a year ago, but the scent is horrible. It smells like cheap mens cologne. Don't want my hair smelling like that. I prefer joico and redken at the moment.

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  61. I've never seen or heard of this brand before in Canada. Lovely photo of you with your hair curled :)

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  62. ive just invested in a babyliss waving wand which i LOVE! natural waves instead of curls which is exactly what i wanted but im still searching for the perfect shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair! any suggestions?

    x

    www.onewaytickettogorgeous.blogspot.com

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  63. ooh im sold!

    http://whattheshoe.blogspot.com

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  64. I'm so bummed! Sephora no longer carries this shampoo on their website. :-(

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  65. I've had my eye on the tablets for some time now. Did you have any issue with breakouts while taking them? I'm not necessarily acne-prone, but I do get a spot here and there.

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