More money than sense? Do you really want to dig 130 deep for this shampoo and conditioner


More money than sense Do you really want to dig 130 deep for this shampoo and conditioner

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08:51 GMT, 23 August 2012

Watch your hard-earned cash wash down the drain by lathering up with Philip B’s 60 Royal Forever shampoo and 70 conditioner.

Made using a Middle Eastern tree resin called oud, they say the shampoo contains ‘time-released botanical hydrators that moisturise each strand from the inside out’, leaving you with a bouncy blow-dry.

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Philip B conditioner

Are you worth it The pricey shampoo, left, and conditioner that will… hopefully… make your locks truly luscious and forever shine

The latest beauty creators – the botanical hydrators – are said to be molecules tiny enough to pass
through the fibre of each hair.

They say the shampoo and conditioner set is perfect for de-frizzing and reviving curls, giving blow-dried hair that sleek, swinging sheen and boosting limp hair with lasting volume.

While it smells divine, you might find it cheaper and more effective to buy a big round brush and some hairspray.