Fresh Finds Friday: OLAPLEX No4 Shampoo and No5 Conditioner

Our hair goes through a lot of damage. Whether it’s from the sun, hot hair styling tools or hair dyes and bleach, our hair, inevitably, gets some wear and tear over the years. So, it’s important to take care of your hair and invest in good products that will help strengthen your hair and repair damage, like OLAPLEX’s shampoo and conditioner.


You might have heard of OLAPLEX before or your hairstylist might have used OLAPLEX’s treatments on your hair but up until now, OLAPLEX products were only available to your hairstylists because of the concentrates in the products that had to be handled by professionals.

OLAPLEX is known as the original hair bond builder, and what makes their products so special is the company’s patented ingredient found in their products, which “work on a molecular level to seek out broken bonds in the hair that are caused by chemical, thermal, and mechanical damage.” The company has changed the game by creating products that can be used at home and by anyone, like the Hair Perfector mask treatment, No4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and No5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner.

We’ve had the chance to try out the shampoo and conditioner and we are in love! As soon as you use the shampoo you can feel the difference in quality and your hair feel quenched instantly. The conditioner also works wonders on your hair and helps prevent frizz. We’ve noticed that our hair dries really well after using the two products in combination, and our hair stays moisturized and smooth for longer than just the day you washed it.

We can’t recommend these products enough because strong and healthy hair is always in.

Love is in the hair,

Alison Gordon Studio

By: Karolina Jalowska

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