URBAN Care Hair Care Review & Giveaway!

Hello everybody! I’m so sorry for taking an impromptu hiatus just as I was gaining momentum on my blogposts. December was supposed to be my most hectic time of the year before I settle down, but it seems like that won’t be happening anytime soon in this first quarter of the year. I need more than a week to settle down and catch up on everything! But I can’t. To make up for my shortcomings, I’m going to be offering my dearest kitties with a surprise, so do read until the very end ok? 🙂

I remember how it was just last year (not long after my wedding) that I first met the founder of URBAN Care, Selen Yorgun, and experienced first-hand a wash and blow with their Argan Oil & Keratin range at PREP Luxe Salon… I remember my hair being pretty dry and tangled from all the bleaching, but it was left feeling so soft and silky after using the entire Argan Oil range just once! And may I add, not at all heavy nor overly rich for my oily scalp too~ Originated from Turkey and passionately formulated using a herbal keratin restorative effect technology, you would be forgiven for expecting them to be exorbitantly priced. But no. They are easily available at Watsons for less than $55 per range (shampoo, conditioner and serum), how affordable is that?! With a range of 4 series to cater different hair types, you can now achieve healthy, silky soft hair at your fingertips; now time to choose:

Argan Oil & Keratin

Let’s get started with the range that caught my eye! Argan Oil & Keratin is developed for dry and brittle hair; with a rich formula of Vitamin E, Omega Fatty Acids and Natural Antioxidants, it gently cleanses, nourishes, strengthens and protects your hair. For me, the three step solution of Shampoo/Conditioner/Hair Serum works really well in making my hair silky smooth and untangled in just one usage! That’s how intense and nourishing this range is.

Collagen & Keratin

Collagen & Keratin was the alternative range I was eyeing at because of my thin, dry and frizzy hair due to the lack of collagen. This collagen series help to provide moisture balance while strengthening the hair. Being someone that’s always up for hair styling but am too busy to maintain them, it’s good to ensure that I’m well taken care of inside out with collagen. :p

Biotin & Keratin

For hair loss and weak roots, there’s the Biotin & Keratin is important in nourishes and strengthens hair and supports healthy hair grow, and is good in preventing dandruff too! This range also supports re-structuring of the hair and helps increasing its endurance. Best of all, every single product in the brand has a lightweight formula, is paraben and silicon-free and are known to instantly repair and protect your hair with their proprietary Herbal Keratin Restorative Effect Technology!

Intense Keratin

Last but not least, specially formulated for overly processed hair that’s dull, dry and damaged, Intense Keratin has a concentrated keratin formula that helps to repair and support damaged hair structure. By using trio this range helps to give your hair a smooth and shiny look without weighing them down.

Such fuss-free steps to help modern ladies like us who are perpetually exposed to a diet of chemicals we exposed our hair in the pursuit of hairstyle trends, and I hope my breakdown has been informative for you because here’s a treat for you kitties! URBAN Care has generously offered to gift 30 sets of URBAN Care Shampoo & Conditior (worth $28.90) for my lucky readers, find out more at my instagram now!

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  1. February 24, 2017 / 7:28 am

    Nice review. I've been using Urban naturals hair care products. It's good for hair care. It also makes hair soft and smooth.

  2. April 15, 2017 / 3:47 pm

    That's a nice article you have written about the hair care sampoos and cream, I will try it for my damage hair problem, Hope It will suit to my hair. Visit on the best online store to get the every type and style of hair extension. Hair Extensions Online UK

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