Student's £1 Detangling Hair Hack Goes Viral And You Can Get It From Home Bargains
The savvy spenders among us know there's a lot to be said for looking to the kids' options if you want to save a few quid, from getting cheaper trainers if you shop in the children' section to opting to eat off the kids' menu if you're just after a snack.
And the same can be said for beauty products - just ask this student who found a miracle detangling product for kids, that cost her just £1.
Sasha Tresidder, a university student from Wales, was getting super frustrated with her hair getting knotty and matted in the summer heat and found that her normal conditioner just wasn't removing the knots like she needed.
That's when she came across Schwarzkopf's Supersoft Kids Detangling Spray in Home Bargains, and after spraying in her hair after washing, she found her knots fall out and her hair return to its glossy best.
Sharing her miracle find on Facebook, Sasha wrote: "I'm sure a lot of people with long hair are struggling with knotting in this heat, or matting due to depression."
She added that her own hair had been "matted for over two weeks" adding "no amount of conditioner would get the mitts out."
"Today after hiding my hair in buns for two weeks, I found this little gem for a pound in home bargains. Within minutes my hair was back to being unmatted!!," she penned.
"Highly suggest this to anyone who struggles with coby hair!!!"
Thrilled with her find, Sasha told LatestDeals.co.uk: "The hairspray helped my matted knots come out of my hair amazingly. My hair has never felt better."
The Schwarzkopf Supersoft Kids Detangling Spray Girls, marketed to kids, has a mild formula said to detangle the hair without tearing it while combing.
Sasha added: "I was struggling to find any thing to help my hair unmatt; due to my depression my hair is always matted. So I tried Home Bargains for cheap tricks and stumbled on this!"
Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk added: "The most contributive ingredient of most beauty products tends to be one or two things. The rest of the ingredients list is usually unsubstantial with little effect.
"So buying hair products which are marketed towards children can be a huge money saver: You're getting almost exactly the same product, sometimes from the same brand, for way cheaper."
Kid's or not, we're checking this out.
Featured Image Credit: Sasha Tresidder