Hair Growth

  • The Clarisonic Uplift Microfirming and Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil

    Posted on by Allegra J. Santoré

    The Clarisonic Uplift and Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil in Australia


  • Why Brasil Cacau Express Treatment is the Missing Link

    Posted on by Allegra J. Santoré

    We need to talk about a bottle of Brazilian Keratin Express shampoo which offers smooth and shiny hair in just 1 step. It costs $359 for 980ml and will last 6-8 months versus a single salon treatment of the same variety that will set you back between $350-$450 depending on hair length. Does it work? I hear you ask. #brasilcacau #believethehypeis our answer. The team at Sydney Beauty Supply road tested this product at home and with very fancy results indeed. Our beauty editor has naturally thick 3B-2B type hair, think #duchessofsussex and using just over 50ml of this formula sent from the celestial skies actually woke up with hair like the model in the poster. No #ghdstraightener used at all. The fab thing about #keratinexpresstreatment is that every #shampoohair day your hair is intended to visibly improve. Yes you see a difference every single time!! Word to the wise - do not overdo it - as with anything you can have too much of a good thing - which in this case comes with the potential to unintentionally change your hair colour if used too often. Nonetheless if you are a #postmodernwoman down with having as few products in your bathroom as possible, #ahem #mariekondo, fabulous investment and bang for the buck! #fivestars#⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #beautyeditorschoice#clicktoshop‼️ #sydneybeautysupply #ijustwokeuplikethis #hairrepair #hairgrowth

  • Prevent Split Ends Like This!

    Posted on by Allegra J. Santoré

  • The Best Hair Mask For Damaged Hair in Australia

    Posted on by Allegra J. Santoré



    ApHogee is all about making products that promote healthier and stronger hair, so it’s no surprise that one of their products claims to reconstruct our strands. The ApHogee Keratin 2 Minute Reconstructor contains various oils, vitamins, and amino acids that are vital for the well being of healthy hair. The Reconstructor is believed to restore softness and strength, as well as prevent split ends and breakage to hair in two minutes (or five minutes if your hair is severely damaged). It’s a product worth taking a deeper look into.


    This keratin treatment works wonders! Most users consider this product a must-have for hair care and agree that the Reconstructor is affordable, effective, and very easy to use. It seems to be excellent for those looking for a treatment that helps restore damaged hair; however, others have pointed out that the product only works effectively if your hair is damaged and is no good if your hair is healthy. It’s also best used as directed to avoid ruining your texture.

    I have been a huge fan of ApHogee products even back when I was still relaxing my hair. I would use Reconstructor whenever I needed a good protein treatment and it was absolutely wonderful for my relaxed hair. I can say that it stopped my hair from shedding significantly, and it also prevented my ends from splitting. Since I went natural, I haven’t used it as much, but when I do, I find that it makes my curls bounce back. If I want to straighten or use heat on my hair, the Reconstructor nourishes my hair if I get any heat damage. Based on my usage of the product, everything that the Reconstructor claims it does seems to be true!



    ApHogee Keratin 2 Minute Reconstructor is a powerful, one step treatment that should be used for home use, between salon visits.  This concentrated blend of keratin amino acids, botanical oils, and vitamins does wonders to restore strength and softness to hair that requires a deep, penetrating treatment.  It is recommended on tinted, bleached or relaxed hair. 


    ApHogee Keratin 2 Minute Reconstructor helps repair damage caused by chlorine and hard water.  Apply on clean hair in shower and rinse to treat brittle hair with cuticle damage and moderate breakage.  It soothes irritated scalp and may be applied following each shampooing until the healthy condition of the hair is restored.



  • Ancient Secrets of The Black Seed Oil

    Posted on by Allegra J. Santoré

    Traced back to over 3000 years, Nigella Sativa has been used extensively as a herbal remedy and as a food condiment for thousands of years. It has an abundance of names and is most commonly referred to as black seed or black cumin seed in western countries.


    history1The earliest written reference is in the book of Isaiah in the Old Testament where it is referred as “ketzah”, which is a spice for bread and cakes that can be used in many ways. Easton’s bible dictionary clarifies that the Hebrew word for black cumin, ketsah, refers to nigella sativa. Isaiah compares the reaping of black cumin with wheat. “For the black cumin is not threshed with a threshing sledge, nor is a cart wheel rolled over the cumin, but the black cumin is beaten out with a stick, and the cumin with a rod.”(Isiah 28:25,27 NKJV).


    history2The beard hair of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him). “Hold on to the use of the black seed for indeed it has a remedy for every disease except death.” “Hold on,” indicates a long-term use and should be well observed. A long term use means to take regularly. Hadith (Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (SWS) narrated by his companions.)7.591


    We went out and Ghalib bin Abjar was accompanying us. He fell ill on the way and when we arrived at Medina he was still sick. Ibn Abi ‘Atiq came to visit him and said to us, “Treat him with black cumin. Take five or seven seeds and crush them (mix the powder with oil) and drop the resulting mixture into both nostrils, for ‘Aisha has narrated to me that she heard the Prophet saying, ‘This black cumin is healing for all diseases except As-Sam.’ ‘Aisha had asked ‘What is As-Sam?’ The Prophet (SWS) replied, ‘Death.’ ” – Hadith 7.592


    An Assyrian Herbal book explains black cumin seed as a remedy internally for stomach problems and externally for eyes, ears mouth and many skin problems, e.g. itching, rashes, sores, and herpes.