Hair Is Fabric

This is long overdue. I purchased this during Deciem’s Black Friday sale last year, so it’s been well over 6 months. I bought the HIF (Hair Is Fabric) set of 3 shampoos – one for volumizing, another for hair growth and another for detox. I gave the volumizing one to my mom, and have been alternating between hair growth and detox. I get pimples on my scalp which is really annoying and FYI, my scalp gets greasy very quickly. Due to my oily scalp and hormonal issues, my hair has been thinning too.

 

 

First of all, let me just say that the company was not well prepared for the volume of orders they received. It was a mess. Multiple emails were not replied until a few weeks later. And if I remembered correctly, it took more than 2 months for me to get my order delivered to me. I think I read that this is quite a persistent issue, hence, having a bigger company on board made sense. Then, a few years down the road, I wouldn’t be surprised if Estee Lauder took over completely. Who knows?

Back to the shampoos and let’s cut to the chase. I like them. I will repurchase. They are of gel texture and what I do is to squeeze some onto my palm, add some water then massage onto my scalp. Leave on for 3 minutes, then rinse. When my scalp is oily, it doesn’t foam. When it’s not as oily, it lathers nicely. I don’t use conditioner after this, and my hair is kept soft with no tangling. I don’t know if there is any new hair growth, but I do notice there is less hair fall which is great. My scalp usually gets greasy in less than 10 hours, but when I use these, my scalp still looks OK after 12 hours.

It’s a struggle finding the right shampoo for me. If you have similar problems, what do you use?

 

xoxo Lily