Men and women alike know the pain of going through mountains of hair products in the futile search for just the right brand. We all have a list of properties that have to be ticked off before deeming it acceptable.
The product should make your hair soft, but also thick. It should give it volume, but not too much that it frizzes up. There has to be a shine to your hair, but it can’t stray too close to being oily. An overabundance of demands makes finding the perfect product just impossible.
But what if we’ve been looking in all the wrong places? Maybe instead of the shampoo aisle in the grocery, it was the local pet store we should’ve been visiting all along.
Dra. Joanna Dy’s story certainly points to that conclusion. She shares that in a moment of desperation (otherwise known as a haircut gone wrong), she was ready to try anything to fix the problem. Having noticed her fiance’s use of the pet brand Saint Roche as hair products she wondered if it could possibly help her hair grow faster.
Her fiance’s absolute faith in the products pushed her to try their conditioner. It wasn’t as if it could make it any worse, right? While she never answers if the conditioner made her hair grow quicker, she credits it with making her hair “smooth, soft and [with] so much volume.”
While I’m no expert, copious amounts of research for my own dog has led me to believe that pet products are made healthier than our own. Our pets are so much more sensitive to chemicals than us. They also rely on the nutrition of these products to a greater extent. It only makes sense that their grooming products are actually of better quality.
And as Dra. Joanna’s fiance explains, Saint Roche, in particular, has ingredients like keratin proteins, argan oil, and collagen to soften and strengthen the hair. Taking that all into account, the switch to dog shampoo is starting to make a lot of sense.
HOW I ENDED UP USING PRODUCTS FOR DOGS! – Dra. Joanna DyLast year when my fiancé Robie and I got together, my…
Would you be willing to try out pet products on yourself?