L’Oreal Paris Fibralogy Haircare


I was one of the lucky Canadian Influensters chosen to test the new VoxBox from L’Oreal Paris Canada.

So imagine my excitement when this parcel showed up in my mailbox, complete with Fibralogy Shampoo, Booster and Conditioner.


A new science for hair fibre is born.  L’Oreal Paris Fibralogy haircare thickens hair wash after wash, and expands the diameter of the hair fibre for voluptuous-looking hair! Our breakthrough thickening haircare contains filloxane, an innovative molecule that penetrates the fibre and helps increase its diameter from within. Hair is thicker and feels fuller.

HERE’S HOW #FibralogyWorks
The key ingredient in these products

To get into the full regimen, you wash and condition your hair as you normally would – with one major difference. Before using the conditioner, you apply the Booster, using a dime-sized dollop and distributing it throughout your hair. After that, you leave the Booster (no rinsing allowed!) and apply the conditioner as you normally would.

I have hair past my shoulders, but I find the roots are always flat. I’ve used boosting mousse, velcro rollers, curling irons, everything to get a little volume at my roots.

Two days into the process and already, I can see that my hair hasn’t been as flat at the roots. I let it air-dry when I don’t have to go out, and already I see a difference. This is exciting! I’ll keep you updated on the process but so far, I’m enjoying the products!

If you want to find out more about these products, head over the the Shampoo & Conditioner page, and don’t forget to check out the Booster.

N.B.: I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes


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