Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment – Update

Hello Ladies,

I have now been using Lee Stafford’s Hair Growth Treatment for a week which I blogged about here.  You are recommended to use it until you notice an improvement in your hair, then cut down to using it twice a week there after.  I wash my hair every other day so I’ve used it about three times. I haven’t expected a miracle but having washed my hair today, and not using the treatment to test my hair, my hair does feel thicker. I have a lot of fine hair according to my hairdresser, and would love it to be thicker.

In addition to using the hair treatment, I have been letting my hair air dry instead of using my hair dryer. The hair straighteners have been banned, and I’ve been letting my hair go curly, so I haven’t even been brushing it. I genuinely think my hair feels better even after only a couple of weeks of avoiding damaging heat.

I tried this method when I was in college about 5 years ago and the baby hair I had, finally started to grow as my straighteners were clearly snapping this extra fine hair. I am going to try and continue doing this for as long as possible, although I must admit having messy hair is starting to get me down a bit, so I’m not sure how long I will keep it up.

Lauren xx



  1. Catrine
    August 20, 2012 / 8:50 am

    my hair is longish but i think cos i've been unwell it's just decided to stop growing! i use Philip Kingsley Elasticiser but in addition i changed my hair dryer to the Ego one… and it doesnt cause half as much frizz meaning i dont have to use straighteners over the top once ive dried it (i have naturally curly lots of fine hair too!)

    btw… must catch up soon! i've been a bit MIA. hope u and ur new job r going well sweets :))


  2. Laura
    August 20, 2012 / 2:20 pm

    I really want to try this treatment! Looking forward to hearing more 🙂

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