Turning Up The Heat With Pantene's New Nutrient Blends Bamboo Collection

I partnered with Pantene for this blog post. As always, all opinions are my own.

As someone who’s struggled with super fine hair my entire life, I’m always on the hunt for products that will give it the body and volume it desperately needs. I’ve tried many different brands of shampoos and conditioners over the years, and Pantene’s new Nutrient Blends Bamboo Collection is a current favourite. Specifically designed for hair volume, the light-weight formula leaves hair looking thicker without weighing it down. Best of all, it doesn’t contain any silicones, parabens, dyes, and mineral oil!

The collection consists of a shampoo, conditioner, and a leave-in treatment, all of which include a blend of pro vitamin B5, antioxidants, and bamboo that’s extracted from bamboo shoots. I’ve been using the products for the past few weeks now and it’s been a real transformation. My hair looks fuller and more voluminous, while leaving it soft and shiny. Plus, its light and breezy scent exudes an invigorating freshness that causes me to smell my hair more often than I’d like to admit.

Let’s talk about the leave-in treatment, which is my favourite product from the collection. It really takes body and volume to the next level! You can use it on either damp or dry hair, but since my hair is really fine I like to use it both ways for that extra oomph. On damp hair, spray it directly under your roots all around your head from the ear up, and then blow dry your hair. Once it’s dry, I spray it again and massage the treatment in with my fingers and poof my hair (particularly in my “crown” area) until I get the desired volume I want.

I love that I’m using silicone free products that not only work, but are feeding my hair with the nutrients it deserves, while achieving the fullness it craves. Plus, I’m a sucker for sleek and minimalist packaging which Pantene nails. Check out the entire Nutrient Blends Bamboo Collection here and you can find it now available at Walmart.

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