So I’m minding my business as do on my weekly shop my Tesco. Every beauty enthusiasts know to head down the beauty isle even if you are in need of nothing. I saw the Mazuri Olive Oil Hair Serum literally on the shelf and was super shocked. Finally, ethnic brands are making its way into the Tesco.
I’ve got a confession. I’ve slowly been getting into a super bad habit by running blow-dryers, straighteners, and curlers in my hair with no serum and no protective styling products, nothing. I know I’ve been very slack with my hair of recent. With the rise of coconut oil in products I thought I can’t go wrong with the Vatika Coconut serum to help replenish my hair, and add a bit of shine to give me a healthy glow.
We all know that Coconut oil stimulates hair growth getting deep with the hair follicles, and promotes the scalp health fighting against insect bites, lice dandruff. The added luster, shine and softness to the hair is really what I’m after use. Since using Coconut oil it has prevented additional hair breakage and split ends, contributing to hair length.
I was lucky enough to receive a little sample of the Mazouri hair butter, and it’s done wonders for my hair. When I head to Tesco next week, I will surely be picking up tub of this, and my hair actually feels moisturized.
Beauty at Tesco now stocks a wide range of beauty products, both online and in store, including brands such as Dabur, PAK’s, Vatika, and Tamese & Jackson.
What have you discovered at your beauty isle in your local Tesco?